Trinidad folklore Laga-hoo

Trini Folklore: Loup Garou

  • Loup Garou, Lugahu (n): In folklore, a human who takes the form of an animal, generally, at night. <French loup garou ‘werewolf’>.
    • The man who stole the chickens and was acquitted is really ah loup garou.

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Source: Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad & Tobago by Lise Winer

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