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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

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 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

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 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: Articles needing additional references from September 2019, European mythology stubs, extra punctuation, Forest spirits...

  leshy · Lesnik (mythology) · Boruta (deity) · Latiangle · Lechies

The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

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Russian and Serbian rendering of the Slavic demon of the forest (Greek Pan (god)) Wikipedia (disambiguation)
Forest spirit in Slavic mythology Wikidata
A male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests. Wiktionary
A woodland spirit in Slavic mythology. Wiktionary (translation)

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: Créature fantastique de la mythologie slave, Esprit sylvestre

  Lechy · Leshy · Liéchi · Léchi · Léchiï

Le Liéchi, est dans la mythologie slave, un esprit de la forêt et des arbres. Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

 No term available

 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

 No term available

 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

 No term available

 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12

 No term available

 The Leshy is a tutelary deity of the forests in Slavic mythology. Wikipedia

bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: Divinità slave

  Lešij · Leshy

Il Lešij Wikipedia

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bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: スラヴ神話の生物, 精霊

  レーシー · レーシィ

レーシーは、スラヴ神話に伝えられる、世界各地の森に住んでいる精霊の一種である。 Wikipedia

bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: Духи леса, Духи места у славян, Мифические существа в белорусской мифологии, Мифические существа в украинской мифологии...

  лесник · лесовик · Леший   · албастый · ле́ший

Ле́ший (белор. Wikipedia

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Дух-хозяин леса в мифологии восточных славян Wikidata
Мифологическое существо в славянской мифологии Wikidata

bn:03096521n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/12     •     Categories: Criaturas de la mitología ucraniana, Folclore de Ucrania, Mitología eslava, Mitología rusa

  Lisovik · Leshi

Lisovik ; Leshi es una criatura sobrenatural de la mitología eslava. Wikipedia


 

Translations

leshy, lesnik, boruta, Latiangle, Lechies, lesak, leshak, leshi, Leshii, leshij, lesij, Lesovik, lesovoj, Leszi, Leszy, lešak, leši, lešij, Ljeschi, Woodgoblin, Леший
Lechy, Leshy, Liéchi, Léchi, Léchiï, Léchies, Léchy
lešij, leshy
レーシー, レーシィ
лесник, лесовик, леший, албастый, ле́ший, лесно́й дух, лесови́к, лесово́й, лесу́н, леша́к, лешак, лешачиха, лешие, лешии, лисун, лисунка, полисун, дикинькие мужички, дикинький мужичок, Лесовичок, Лешиха, Пущевик, Пущевики
lisovik, Leshi

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Лешего, лешим, леших, лешего

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