Translation of ghoul in Spanish:

ghoul

morboso, n.

Pronunciation: /ɡuːl//ɡul/

noun

  • 1

    (person)
    morboso masculine
    morbosa feminine
    • I see them as ghouls preying on the death and misery of other people to earn money and fame or convert others to their silly superstitions.
  • 2

    (evil spirit)
    demonio necrófago masculine
    • A host of witches, goblins, ghouls and monsters descended on Carlow town centre last week as the central library held its children's Halloween fancy dress show.
    • The undead come in all shapes and sizes, from regular old ghouls to nasty crimson zombies that brandish razor-sharp claws and run faster than the characters.
    • There are ghouls and goblins everywhere and the toilet seat is a demon.
    • There must be strange entities materializing from the ether, ghouls, ghosts, or spirits hanging out in the material world to warn or haunt us.
    • All Hallows Eve is just around the corner, where ghouls, goblins, witches and vampires are ready to come out.
    • Ghosts, ghouls, and spirits floated about and chatted with old friends, vampires lurked frighteningly close, and werewolves paced from along the walls.
    • The rain had kept many away, but the skeletons, goblins and ghouls considered it a minor obstacle.
    • Add to that all the hallowe'en tales of ghouls & goblins and the bangs of fireworks and it's hardly surprising that some people don't like this time of year at all.
    • The people dress up as ghouls, ghosts, mummies and skeletons.
    • He was the type to believe in ghouls and monsters, and sneezing bushes were definitely not something he encountered often.
    • All the while he uses his sword to clear his path of ghouls, skeletons and all sorts of unyielding dead things.
    • For you might find things that can get more dangerous than ghouls or spirits - humans with not so good intentions.
    • Simon, who will be dressed in authentic Victorian costume, will talk about heroes and villains, hauntings and murders, and phantoms and ghouls.
    • A slight shudder slid over him, footsteps on his grave, a shadowy ghoul with its gargoyle grin threatening to exhume long-buried corpses.
    • Witches, goblins, ghosts, ghouls and some gothic mums and dads were among an estimated 9,000 crowd that turned out for what is believed to be the country's largest Halloween party.
    • If they insist on dressing up as goblins and ghouls to visit friends and neighbours, they should do so next Saturday - a day early.
    • During the commercial, they showed ghosts and ghouls jump out of cornfields and scare the children that are being pulled around the haunted site by a tractor.
    • Hallowe'en traditionally serves up a tasty portion of cinematic ghouls and goblins, and this year is no different.
    • Staff at a number of bars and hotels dressed for the occasion and ghosts, ghouls and goblins traipsed through the streets and shadows.
    • The ghoul's upper body split into two pieces with a cracking and splintering of bone.