Definición de goblin en inglés:

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goblin

Pronunciación: /ˈɡɒblɪn/

sustantivo

A mischievous, ugly, dwarf-like creature of folklore.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • There is a group of elves or goblins or aliens or something who show up as I'm drifting off.
  • Home to a wacky wizard, it's a gothic mansion packed to the rafters with mischievous goblins and no-good ghosts.
  • The other angle I read into this is that of the child-abduction by goblins and fairies in the tales of yore and of today.
Sinónimos
Scottish  kelpie;
Irish  leprechaun, pooka
archaic bugbear, hob

Origen

Middle English: from Old French gobelin, possibly related to German Kobold (see kobold) or to Greek kobalos 'mischievous goblin'. In medieval Latin Gobelinus occurs as the name of a mischievous spirit, said to haunt Évreux in northern France in the 12th century.

Más
  • This is from Old French gobelin from Gobelinus, the name of a mischievous spirit said to haunt the region of Évreux in northern France in the 12th century. The term may be related to German Kobold, the name of a German spirit that haunted houses or lived underground in caves and mines, although another possible source is Greek kobalos ‘goblin’. See also cobalt, gremlin, hobby

Palabras que riman con goblin

hobgoblin

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Saltos de línea: gob¦lin

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