noun loup–ga·rou \ˌlü-gə-ˈrü\
plural loups–garous \ˌlü-gə-ˈrü(z)\

Definition of LOUP-GAROU

:  werewolf

Origin of LOUP-GAROU

Middle French, from Old French leu garoul, from leu wolf + garoul werewolf
First Known Use: circa 1580


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