- n. A male given name, often used in Dracula or vampire-related fiction
- The name Dracula spelled backwards, and as such is often in Dracula or vampire-related fiction. (Wiktionary)
“* A coffee shop in Tokyo called Alucard, for fans of Dracula.”
“* And in Japan, as you know already, a coffee shop in Tokyo called Alucard, for fans of Dracula.”
“I had expected A for "Alucard" never like sorting by first name.”
“Harmony of Despair will see the return of vampire hunters such as Alucard, Johnathan”
“But unlike others of her breed such as Alucard of Black Blood Brothers.”
“In Tokyo, there's a coffee shop called "Alucard" in both English and Japanese signage.”
“It’s established that after being bit by a vampire such as Alucard, your eyes turn red.”
“The fact that a 1973 character (no, she wasn't invented by REH, any more than Alucard was invented by Bram Stoker) is in a volume that seems to be focusing on pulp fiction from before the '50s is a bit weird, but whatever.”
““Bring your wife to Castle Alucard any day during this summer, just before sunset, and your marital troubles will be over.””
“More than a century ago, your great-great-grandmother, Mina, helped track him down to his lair in Castle Alucard, in the Carpathian Mountains.”
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