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Naga vs. Lamia

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Naganoun

(Australia) A loincloth.

Lamianoun

(Greek mythology) A monster preying upon human beings and who sucked the blood of children, often described as having the head and breasts of a woman and the lower half of a serpent.

Naganoun

(Indian mythology) A member of a class of semi-divine creatures, often taking the form of a very large snake and associated with water.

Lamianoun

A monster capable of assuming a woman's form, who was said to devour human beings or suck their blood; a vampire; a sorceress; a witch.

Naganoun

Kamarupan languages spoken in northeastern India and western Burma

Lamianoun

(folklore) a corpse that rises at night to drink the blood of the living

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Lamia

Lamia (; Greek: Λάμια), in ancient Greek mythology, was a child-eating monster and, in later tradition, was regarded as a type of night-haunting spirit (daemon). In the earliest stories, Lamia was a beautiful queen of Libya who had an affair with Zeus.

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