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Translation of "goblin" - English-Spanish dictionary

goblin

noun /ˈɡoblin/
a mischievous, ugly spirit duende, trasgo a frightening fairy-story about goblins.
Translations of “goblin”
in Vietnamese yêu tinh…
in Thai ปีศาจ…
in Malaysian goblin…
in French lutin…
in German der Kobold…
in Chinese (Traditional) (故事中通常很醜陋且禍害人的)小妖精,小妖怪…
in Indonesian setan…
in Russian гоблин, домовой…
in Turkish cin, gulyabani…
in Chinese (Simplified) (故事中通常很丑陋且祸害人的)小妖精,小妖怪…
in Polish chochlik…
(Definition of goblin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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