Professor Remus J. Lupin first appeared in 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,' is mentioned in the 'Goblet of Fire,' and appears in 'Order of the Phoenix.' He's the coolest Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher ever and he's also a werewolf. His name comes from the Latin word for wolf.
Professor Lupin was breaking an enormous slab of chocolate into pieces. (84)
by Melinda April 12, 2004
The star of Lupin the 3rd; he is the clever master thief of the group who acts like a cross between Master Rochi on DBZ and a hyperactive toddler who has eaten 1789 times his weight in sugar. He is always one step away from getting caught, but is clever enough to think up strategies to keep him from being Bib Joe's prison wife.
Somebody give Lupin some Ritalin; he's swinging from the chandeliers again!!!!
by Shawn B. June 06, 2003
Jokes, inspirational stories, chain letters, quizzes, brain teasers, and similar unwanted email received in large quantities, typically as forwards and often sent by individuals from one's address book and therefore able to bypass most spam filters. (From a Monty Python sketch where highwayman Dennis Moore inundates a peasant family with a large quantity of lupins stolen from the rich).
I just checked my email, and there must have been twenty lupins from my mother alone.
by bcolonxor June 17, 2009