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 Übersetzung für 'mythical creature' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a mythical creature | mythical creatures
SYNO mythical creature | mythical monster
myth.
mythical creature
Fabeltier {n}
myth.
mythical creature
Sagentier {n}
myth.
mythical creature
Fabelwesen {n}
myth.
mythical creature
Wunderwesen {n} [selten] [Fabelwesen]
Teiltreffer
mythical {adj}(frei) erfunden
mythical {adj}phantastisch
7
mythical {adj}fantastisch
201
myth.
mythical {adj}
mythisch
48
mythical {adj}mythenhaft
6
the mythicaldas Mythische {n}
myth.
mythical bird
mythischer Vogel {m}
hist.myth.
mythical first king
Urkönig {m}
creatureWesen {n} [Geschöpf]
87
creature {adj}kreatürlich
9
creatureGemächte {n} [veraltet] [Geschöpf]
creatureLebewesen {n}
664
creatureKreatur {f}
138
creatureGeschöpf {n}
813
creatureVieh {n}
34
creatureViech {n} [ugs.]
35
creatureGemächt {n} [veraltet] [Geschöpf]
ungeprüft double creatureDoppelwesen {n}
ethereal creatureätherisches Geschöpf {n}
myth.
legendary creature
Fabelwesen {n}
24 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The squonk is a mythical creature that is reputed to live in the hemlock forests of northern Pennsylvania in the United States.
  • ... 龍) was a mythical creature that was often used as a deity symbol and was associated with royalty.
  • The Indian conception of a sphinx that comes closest to the classic Greek idea is in the concept of the "Sharabha", a mythical creature, part lion, part man and part bird, and the form of Sharabha that god Shiva took on to counter Narasimha's violence.
  • In early 2009 the supercomputer was named after a mythical creature, Kraken.
  • Its name is Latin for "horned goat" or "goat horn" or "having horns like a goat's", and it is commonly represented in the form of a sea goat: a mythical creature that is half goat, half fish.

  • Nazi Germany used "Werwolf", as the mythical creature's name is spelled in German, in 1942–43 as the codename for one of Hitler's headquarters.
  • A vampire is a mythical creature that subsists by feeding on the vital essence (generally in the form of blood) of the living.
  • The title refers to elements of the subconscious which unfold through the story and are eventually manifested as a fantastic mythical creature: a manticore.
  • The book focuses on the absence of the Hogfather, a mythical creature akin to Father Christmas, who grants children's wishes on Hogswatchnight (December 32) and brings them presents.
  • There were tales about the mythical creature called Silver Deer, also known as the elk Golden Horns and the goat Silver Hoof.

  • The "manananggal" is a mythical creature in the Philippines that separates from their lower part of its body and their fangs and wings give it a vampire-like appearance.
  • In the video game "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege", the Danish operator Nøkk is named for the mythical creature.
  • The lindworm ("worm" meaning snake), also spelled lindwyrm or lindwurm, is a mythical creature in Northern and Central European folklore living deep in the forest that traditionally has the shape of a giant serpent monster.
  • In Rothbury folklore Simonside Hills overlooking Rothbury has a mythical creature called a "deaugar" or "duergar" (Norse for dwarf).
  • Coins of Knossos depicted the labyrinth or the mythical creature minotaur, a symbol of the Minoan Crete.

  • being a Japanese mythical creature often depicted with a long nose and red face.
  • In Greek mythology, the Erymanthian boar (Greek: ὁ Ἐρυμάνθιος κάπρος; Latin: "aper Erymanthius") was a mythical creature that took the form of a "shaggy and wild" "of vast weight" It was a Tegeaean, Maenalusian or Erymanthian It would sally "cypress-bearing" "heights of Erymanthus" to "harry the groves of Arcady" and "abuse the land of Psophis".
  • Ratatoskr appears in the trading card game "Magic: The Gathering" as 'Toski, Bearer of Secrets'; a homage to the mythical creature.
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