Additional terms for the Gold ‘n Silver
Aggie-slang for natural born American (United States) witch. Agatha means “good.”
It is to honor the females in Salem Witch Trials being called Goody.
Some say only those practicing East Coast magic or with ties to Salem should use the term.
Aldamar-dunghill but used to say a home, restaurant or other establishment is crap.
AE-the Aether group
AEIOU-All Eyes Immediately On Us
EA/EO-Eyes And Ears Open
All Hail-used to congratulate someone or mock the need to obey
Assyth-reparations for loss, harm or injury
also Shi’a concept of revising divine destiny
Badát- to be full and unable to eat anymore
Bathory-bitch out for blood or a jealous person
Beth-the unassuming, seemingly naive friend who is watching everything
Caltrop-someone who sabotages your work or relationships; a “cockblock”
Casting Couch-a coven is near or a coven member is in the room
Clade– another term for “race” or “species”. I am clade Vampyre.
Claven-those vampyre bound by vampiric law
Cowan– a non-initiate. Used by witches to describe any non-witch.
Also a person posing as a Freemason. And a Cornish word for owl.
Culturally Human-the lifestyle of a supernatural/preternatural being that appears identical to that of average humans.
Damu-blood. Used by Hittites to reference blood relationships or kin.
Deko-unven eyebrows (vampyre habit of raising one brow when annoyed or angry) or lopsided facial features of the “other.”
Can also mean forehead (area of mark).
Don’t feed dogs chocolate-there is poison in the food or drink
Doublette-side by side coffins
Double Dipping-going back to an ex
Double Mint-picking up the desirable ex of someone you know
Druven-slang for woodwose or children of Eve (dry vein)
Druf-Sour grapes or someone being bitter
Družína-family or close friend group
Duter-to fear or to be afraid
Fati-one who believes they can change fates
Filth-humans (commonly called “the filth”)
Futuitch-“Fuck You Too Bitch/Witch”
Futumuch-“Fucking Too Much”
Galgo-a derogatory term vampyre and other wolves use for French werewolves and hybrids.
God’s Hooks-slang for priests or clergy
God’s Rot-slang for religious zealots who claim to be Christian
Golden-slang for Vampyre but also the angelic/demonic
Grab a Brick-bring a weapon
I’ll buy a vowel-See AEIOU
Hacia-towards or against
Hagstag-human witch looking for clout
Hildie-slang for a human witch
Hinata-in the sun or toward the sun
Imanari-turn into or transform or become
Ironside-someone is investigating and/or an official will be a pain in the ass
Jiji-back-up or support
Jitar-to emit or send out
Klāw-to be called or named
Kovas-a rook (also month of March)
Krve-of the blood (Czech)
Kugi-sacrifice/sacrificial animal/word used in Asian countries for a human
KYGU-Keep Your Guard Up
(The) Krov-Of the blood (Russian)
Laying Seed-luring humans with promises of money, drugs or connections
(can also mean to lure vampyre with promise of clean blood)
Make it a Single (Mitas)-a single vampyre or their coffin
(can also refer to vampyre just looking for a hook-up)
Ministry of Thieves and Liars-a specialized unit within the House of Tresvais.
(Based on a Ministry song)
Myrtle-someone who constantly complains
No Returns-person isn’t worth dating
No Recycling-don’t go after someone’s ex
Noctua-what humans refer to as fledglings or young vampyre.
Also an adopted term by blood-born witches for initiates into the craft (what humans refer to as neophytes).
nth-dialing to 11
(also a clan name)
NVVN-NV Vampire Nation.
(Some have nicknamed the NVVN as EnVy Vampire Nation, Nicole’s Vein’s Very Nice, and Nicci’s Various Vampire Nuts, among others).
OV-the original vampyre. The prime are the primordial, those arisen with time. The are of the OV and are the OV.
Also Order of the Vampire from the Temple of Set.
Packing Sand-having to bring a significant other or spouse to an event
Palamara-traitor or enemy
Purin-humans (when referring to them as filth or referring to vampyre/werewolves who mate with them).
Also referred to as “the filth.”
Quiubo-(informal) hi or how’s it going
Ramdu-a flaw or imperfection
Randi-Sanskrit word for widow.
Scent-werewolf term. When a werewolf loses their scent for something, they have lost interest.
Sesame-promiscuous person (as in Open Sesame)
Shake-werewolf form word for dancing.
(Witches also have a shake or mini-convulsion during certain spells, rituals or states of mind.)
Sterling-slang for werewolves
Tamdari– (From the Kannada language.) It is the name for the sleep I was in; a half-sleep.
Tanda- means sign/symbol or to turn. It can be our symbol (mark) or the process of the transformation.
Tato-warm or slang for okay
Terbiti-to pester or annoy
Teven-fodder for livestock (like stories or gifts given to humans)
Trăda-a betrayal or one who is untrue to their oaths
Tonda- used by others, and some humans, to refer to one of the kinds who can pass as human. In Telugu, means chameleon bloodsucker.
Tresveias-also known as the three (TresVey, 3T, The T, The 3, etc). A vampyre house with membership from the blood-born vampyre, werewolves and witches. They are lead by a prime and a house that sets the example for others.
Troth-a vampyric oath
The Tru-Stands for Truvene. Royal Vampyre or those that aspire to live by the highest vampiric standards. They all trace their lineage to the pure lines of vampyre and are not human-hybrid. With more human-hybrids, there have been calls to make the Tru about a code or creed rather than bloodlines.
Umat-used by vampyre for “home”
Upiórs-vampyre who function during the day. Borrowed from Eastern term, Upir. Younger groups call them Supiors (Superior), while the wolven call them Up-urs (because they think they are superior).
Vamperica-slang for America
Vang-Vampyre Gang (slang used by swans and other human friends or enemies)
(Has also been used by some teenagers as an expression like “Dang.”)
Vangy-good news or congratulations
(also means warning)
Varun-God of the Sea
Vatari-the Jujube Tree
Vérből-Of the blood (Hungarian).
(Used primarily by werewolves and so it is joked that they are the fur balls or gerbils. Use fell out of favor during World War II.)
Verest-of the blood (Estonian)
Venen-to come for the blood
Veren-to give of blood/ of the blood
Vernachten-those who spend the night with a vampire when not in covenant (for blood/sex/clout)
Verenachten-what vampyre call the Vernachten (the despised)
Veve-a Voodou symbol. In Ewe, it also means “bitter.” It is taken from Vivir, which means “to live” in Portugese.
Vevene-the fabled fabric woven of a person’s life. Their vevene.
Verin-poison or venom
Vivian-Another name that Eve uses. It means lively or alive.
Vörn-protection or defense
Vovo/Vocari-to summon or call
Vucari-Another term for werewolf
Vulgari-derogatory term used by werewolves and vampyre for humans who think they are wolves.
Vulgavi-means common or to cheapen. Can also mean throngs of people. Used as a derogatory term for humans in place of other words.
Vangen/Ving-catch or capture
Vanta-Lack or Want
Vara-wish (Can also mean eldest/gift/reward/sparrow)
Vitare-to escape or avoid
Where’s Aldo-spotting older vampyres or asking where they are
Ward-to cast magical or energetic protection
(also to physically guard)
Wardo-to herd someone or a group
Watch your vowels-See AEIOU
(Vowels can be broken out separately to use as name initials or to stand for words)
Wendy-a solitary witch or human witch who might also claim vampire or werewolf but is not supernatural
W.O.A.-Witches of Anarchy
Willow-a Vampyre-hating witch or witch who assists vampire hunters.
Xio-get ready to fight or a fight
Yitson-inside the mind
Z’of-someone who is weak or stupid