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- n. someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
- n. (voodooism) a spirit or supernatural force that reanimates a dead body
- n. a god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies
- n. a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force
- n. several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Yet despite his years of research, the only evidence that implicated datura was the fact that the plant was called the zombi’s cucumber.
For Narcisse, a zombi was a being without will, on the very frontier of the natural world, an entity that could manifest itself as either spirit or human.
With Indy, they approached me with the idea of Jones and zombies -- and they liked the "zombi" spelling.
The Serpent and the Rainbow, as a book, is an enthralling real-world look at the chemistry and culture behind voodoo and zombis (not a typo; 'zombi' is the spelling author Wade Davis relies upon) and
Fun fact: the track titled ‘zombi’ used in the airport/helicopter re-fuel scene was used in the opening credits of Shaun of the Dead
The Serpent and the Rainbow, as a book, is an enthralling real-world look at the chemistry and culture behind voodoo and zombis (not a typo; ‘zombi’ is the spelling author Wade Davis relies upon) and The Rite sounds like a similarly-oriented book.
These may be soft-tissue living entities with no consciousness a sort of zombi-ised version or something more autonomous.
Lugu looks, aga see naine mängib Luz Mandon on kuradi õõvastav vaatepilt... et siis nappide vahenditega esitus koos mõningase pildikiirendusega ning tulemuseks on tõeliselt vinge marutõbine ja vägagi tappev zombi.
Tundus, et tüübid olid võtnud zombiewalk'i kui mingit maskiballi, aga minu nägemuses on zombi siiski miski määrdunud räbalatuust.
April 4, 2010 at 5:02 pm conga zombi ratz, carosue! yu has eh easta soloe!