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    Boris V.
    Boris V.

    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]


    Pauli Von Weißenberg



    Ivan Alexandrov

    Ha, I loved these stories as a kid!


    Keith Reau Jr.

    Creepy little bitch


    Halid Selimović

    Never heard of it


    Darko Volinkoski

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


    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


    Zeljka Jeramaz

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


    Dragan Zelenović

    Спокойна ноч


    Saša Tamara Dobričić

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


    Thoralf Wolff

    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 🙂


    Arizona Sue

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


    Marta Magdalena Churchill

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


    Elvedin Elko Selimovic

    Baba roga jebo je ti

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