Ukrainian - Dvadushni, Mavok, Upyr, Vidme
Dvadushni: Research ongoing. Dvoeduschnik is an older Slavic term that may have some reference.
Mavok: Under research.
Upyr: Possibly also seen as Upirbi. Requires further research.
Vidme: The common term for vampires in Bukovina, a picturesque area of the Ukraine. Otherwise, still being researched.
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