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Translation of "elf" - English-Turkish dictionary

elf

noun [C]
 
 
/elf/ ( plural elves)
a small person with pointed ears who has magic powers in children's stories
çocuk hikayelerinde sihirli güçleri olan, sivri kulaklı küçük cüsseli insan; küçük peri/cin
Legendary and mythological characters
Translations of “elf”
in Arabic إلف (مَخلوق خيالي مُدبَّب الأنْف)…
in Korean 요정…
in Malaysian orang halus…
in French lutin…
in Italian folletto, elfo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) (童話中長著尖耳朵的)小精靈,小妖精…
in Russian эльф…
in Polish elf…
in Vietnamese yêu quái…
in Spanish duende, elfo…
in Portuguese elfo, -a…
in Thai เทพ…
in German der Elf/die Elfe…
in Catalan elf…
in Japanese (ゲルマン神話の)妖精…
in Indonesian peri…
in Chinese (Simplified) (童话中长着尖耳朵的)小精灵,小妖精…
(Definition of elf from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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