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    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    Baba Yaga is one of the most famous character that we can find in Slavic mythology. The old crooked nose, old hag that is as evil as much as hideous s
    [See the full post at: Baba Yaga – The Mythical Forest Witch from Slavic Folk Tales]

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    Pauli Von Weißenberg

    Keith

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    Ivan Alexandrov

    Ha, I loved these stories as a kid!

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    Keith Reau Jr.

    Creepy little bitch

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    Halid Selimović

    Never heard of it

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    Darko Volinkoski

    Baba roga with south slavs ( which means the granny with horns)

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    Svilena Roksna

    “and word “Yaga” is not certain but some think it means “Wicked” I think that Yaga comes from German jagen (to hunt) – cause many Slavic words correlate with German language

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    Zeljka Jeramaz

    She lives in a hut which stands on a chicken leg.

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    Dragan Zelenović

    Haris
    Спокойна ноч
    😛

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    Saša Tamara Dobričić

    slavic has nothing to do with german it’s maybe the other way around

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    Thoralf Wolff
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    Svilena Roksna

    I’m not a linguist but one thing I know – languages mixed a lot as people mixed as well… so, anyway – it was just a guess 🙂

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    Arizona Sue

    I won’t be seeing that spooky movie Krampus…for sure

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    Marta Magdalena Churchill

    Elizabeth Targowski, you were scaring me with her, when I was 3.

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    Elvedin Elko Selimovic

    Baba roga jebo je ti

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