Occasionally, the term homid is used to denote things that have a human nature, as opposed to a nonhuman-animal nature.

The word can be used as a noun, indicating human beings who are not therianthropes (not considered derogatory).

It can also be used to refer to human aspects of a therianthrope's consciousness. Their "human side".

And yes, you may have heard the term used in a certain role-playing game about werewolves, but this is co-incidental.