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 Übersetzung für 'mythological creature' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a mythological creature | mythological creatures
myth.
mythological creature
Sagenwesen {n}
Teiltreffer
myth.
mythological {adj}
mythisch
mythological {adj}mythologisch
161
mythological storySage {f}
myth.
mythological king
Sagenkönig {m}
lit.myth.
mythological hero
Sagenheld {m}
myth.zool.
mythological cryptozoology
mythologische Kryptozoologie {f}
myth.
mythological figure
Mythengestalt {f}
myth.
mythological figure
mythologische Gestalt {f}
creatureVieh {n}
34
creatureGeschöpf {n}
812
creatureViech {n} [ugs.]
34
creatureKreatur {f}
138
creatureLebewesen {n}
661
creatureWesen {n} [Geschöpf]
85
creatureGemächte {n} [veraltet] [Geschöpf]
creature {adj}kreatürlich
9
creatureGemächt {n} [veraltet] [Geschöpf]
myth.
fabulous creature
Fabelwesen {n}
prehistoric creatureUrwelttier {n}
myth.
mythical creature
Fabelwesen {n}
21 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A gryphon, or griffin, is a mythological creature with the body of a lion and head and wings of an eagle.
  • This use of the iron fan was said to have been taught to him by a mythological creature, a tengu, who had also instructed him in the art of swordsmanship.
  • The mythological creature Apophis is pronounced with the accent on the first syllable (/ˈæpəfɪs/).
  • According to "The New York Times", the association with the "beneficent" mythological creature is an advantage for the species.
  • In Pitjantjatjara mythology, the mountain embodies the mythological creature Ngintaka.

  • The generic name, "Cerberus", refers to the dog-like Greek mythological creature Cerberus.
  • The three-legged (or tripedal) crow is a mythological creature in various mythologies and arts of East Asia. It is believed to inhabit and represent the Sun.
  • A related mythological creature is a sexual vampire, which is supposed to feed off sexual energy. Sexual vampires include succubi or incubi.
  • This mirrors a similar cultural evolution of another mythological creature from the Philippines, the kapre.
  • , also called Gan Ceann (meaning "without a head" in Irish), is a type of mythological creature in Irish folklore.

  • In the ethnic groups of Visayas and Luzon, the pommel usually depicts a "bakunawa" (or "naga"), a horned dragon-like mythological creature.
  • The well-known Japanese mythological creature known as the "kappa" may be inspired by this salamander.
  • Toyota had originally decided to rename the Avalon as the Centaur for the Australian market, after the mythological creature of the same name.
  • are lawn ornament figurines of small humanoid creatures based on the mythological creature and diminutive spirit which occur in Renaissance magic and alchemy, known as gnomes.
  • The characters 雷 鳥 literally mean "thunder/lightning" and "bird" in Japanese, but the compound word 雷鳥 ("raichō") is the name of "Lagopus muta", the Rock ptarmigan, not a mythological creature.

  • The Kuntilanak (Indonesian name), also called Pontianak (Malay name), is a mythological creature in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
  • , a mythological creature with a cry similar to that of a newborn baby.
  • The faun ([...] , [...] , "phaunos", [...]) is a half-human and half-goat mythological creature appearing in Greek and Roman mythology.
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