grand'bete

Greek translation: Grand-bête (το θηρίο/ κτήνος)

16:09 Apr 14, 2005
French to Greek translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / folklore
French term or phrase: grand'bete
Aux quatre coins de la France, on parle de la "grand'bete", cet animal fabuleux et effrayant dont l'apparence varie en fonction des regions. Dans le Berry, elle apparait sous les traits d'un lievre ou d'une chevre enorme.
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Greek translation:Grand-bête (το θηρίο/ κτήνος)
Explanation:
Στα Γαλλικά με επεξήγηση, ή μέσα σε εισαγωγικά "το θηρίο". Νομίζω ότι στα Ελληνικά το να πεις "μεγάλο θηρίο" δεν χρειάζεται.
BERRY

Batteu /batY/ (red iron man, see Casseu de bois)
Birette /biREt/ (kind of white werewolf)
Casseu de bois /kasYd@bwa/ or coupeu /kypY/ (red iron or fire man who breaks wood, the name meaning wood breaker or cutter)
D'Epnell /dEpnEl/ (goblin)
Fadet /fadE/ (goblin)
Flambette /fla~bEt/ (little wrinkled woman)
Follet /fOlE/ (little wrinkled woman, the name mean a bit mad)
Grand-bête /gRa~bEt/ (Large beast), Levrette /l@vREt/ (female greyhound or little doe-hare) or Loup-brou /lubRu/ (wolf-something) (hybrid of a goblin and a werewolf!)
Lubin /lybi~/, Lupin /lypi~/ or Lupeu /lypY/ (goblin)


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grand'bete (Grand-bête)
Grand-bête (το θηρίο/ κτήνος)


Explanation:
Στα Γαλλικά με επεξήγηση, ή μέσα σε εισαγωγικά "το θηρίο". Νομίζω ότι στα Ελληνικά το να πεις "μεγάλο θηρίο" δεν χρειάζεται.
BERRY

Batteu /batY/ (red iron man, see Casseu de bois)
Birette /biREt/ (kind of white werewolf)
Casseu de bois /kasYd@bwa/ or coupeu /kypY/ (red iron or fire man who breaks wood, the name meaning wood breaker or cutter)
D'Epnell /dEpnEl/ (goblin)
Fadet /fadE/ (goblin)
Flambette /fla~bEt/ (little wrinkled woman)
Follet /fOlE/ (little wrinkled woman, the name mean a bit mad)
Grand-bête /gRa~bEt/ (Large beast), Levrette /l@vREt/ (female greyhound or little doe-hare) or Loup-brou /lubRu/ (wolf-something) (hybrid of a goblin and a werewolf!)
Lubin /lybi~/, Lupin /lypi~/ or Lupeu /lypY/ (goblin)





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agree  Lamprini Kosma
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agree  Costas Zannis: To "èåñéü" áìðåñéÝ÷åé êáé ôçí Ýííïéá ôïõ ìåãÜëïõ. Ôï "æïõëÜðé" (æëáð) åßíáé óõíþíõìï ôïõ "æùíôáíïý".
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  -> Êáé ôï "êôÞíïò" ôçí åìðåñéÝ÷åé, üìùò åßíáé óßãïõñï ðñïôéìüôåñï ôï "èçñßï". Ôï "æïõëÜðé (æëáð;;!!)" äåí èá èá ôï ðñüôåéíá. ¨-))

agree  Assimina Vavoula
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