from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In anthropology, partaking of the character of both man and animal: said in reference to animals which are believed by primitive tribes to be, or to have been, endowed with all the characteristics of their species and also with those of human beings, and to be able to assume animal or human form at will.
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