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    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03     •     Categories: European mythology stubs, Slavic tutelary deities

  Polevik · Polewiki

Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

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Slavic mythological field spirits Wikidata

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03     •     Categories: Créature fantastique de la mythologie slave, Fée dans la tradition orale, Folklore russe, Lutin

  Poliévik · Polevik · Poludnitsa

Le polévik et son équivalent féminin la polovdnitsa sont des esprits de la nature comparables aux lutins et aux fées, connus du folklore des pays slaves, notamment en Pologne et en Russie. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03     •     Categories: Духи места у славян, Мифические существа в белорусской мифологии, Мифические существа в украинской мифологии, Мифологические персонажи по алфавиту...

  Полевик (мифология) · Житный дед · Луговик · Межевик · Полевой

Полеви́к, полево́й Wikipedia

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Дух-хозяин поля в мифологии восточных славян Wikidata

    •     bn:01765714n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Polevik in Slavic mythology are field spirits that appear as a deformed dwarfs with different coloured eyes and grass instead of hair. Wikipedia


 

Translations

polevik, polewiki
poliévik, Polevik, Poludnitsa
Полевик, Житный дед, Луговик, Межевик, Полевой, Полевой хозяин, Межевой

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