Lobera

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Lobera or La Lobera is the Spanish word for "wolves' lair", "wolf trap" or "wolf woman." It is equivalent to Portuguese Lobeira and Italian Luparia.

It may refer to:

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People[edit]

  • Lobera, a common Spanish surname
  • Ana María García, la Lobera, who appeared before the Inquisition of Toledo in 1648 accused of controlling seven demonic wolves

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