The Quileute language is still in use today, though it is in danger of dying out. It is spoken only by tribal elders at La Push, and some of the Makah people. The Quileute language is different from any other spoken in the world. There is little information on it, and what is available is mostly in books sold by The People in an attempt to support teaching that language in the tribal school. We were unable to find the word for mom or mother, however the word for woman is "Wisatsu'upat."
The queen in snow white and Medusa in some Greek myth. __________________ below from Riffe.raffe __________________ IF YOU ARE REFERRING TO “FEMALE MONSTERS” IN FAIRY TALES AS WOMEN IN FAIRY TALES THAT ARE REFERED TO AS MALICIOUS AND NOT “ACTUAL MONSTERS…” 1) “THE WICKED WITCH” - “HANSEL AND GRETEL" - 2) “ROSE RED” - “SNOW WHITE” 3) “MEDUSA” 4) “ZHORA” - THE REPLICANT FROM ‘BLADERUNNER’ 5) “URSULA” THE "SEA WITCH/SORCERESS" IN ‘THE LITTLE MERMAID’ 6) “SNOW QUEEN” - HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN’S ‘THE SNOW QUEEN’ 7) “ANASTASIA AND DRIZELLA” - THE UGLY STEP-SISTERS IN ‘CINDERELLA” 8) “BABA YAGA” - IS A WITCH CHARACTER IN SLAVIC FOLKLORE 9) “HECATE” - A POPULAR CHTHONIAN GODDESS SHE APPEARS AS A THREE-FACED GODDESS ASSOCIATED WITH GHOSTS, WITCHCRAFT, AND CURSES. TODAY SHE IS CLAIMED AS A GODDESS OF WITCHES AND IN THE CONTEXT OF HELLENIC POLYTHEISTIC RECONSTRUCTIONISM. 10) “TRIVIA” - IN ROMAN MYTHOLOGY SHE WAS KNOWN TO STEAL AWAY YOUNG MAIDENS TO ASSIST HER IN HER POWERS. THESE WOMEN LATER BECAME NYMPHS. ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS WAS PHOEBE, A DAUGHTER OF HELIOS. 11) “FOLCOCHE” - VIPER IN THE FIST (1948) A MONSTEROUS MOTHER 12) “PEG POWLER, JENNY GREENTEETH, NELLIE LONGARMS” - VARIATIONS ON “HAGS” THAT LIVED UNDERWATER AND THEIR STORES WERE TOLD TO CHILDREN IN HOPES OF KEEPING THE CHILDREN FROM GOING NEAR THE EDGES OF WATER, (RIVER, POND, LAKE, ETC.) FOR THE FEAR OF THEM FALLING IN AND BEING DROWNED 13) “SPEARFINGER” - A LEGENDARY CHEROKEE “WOMAN” WHO HAD A FINGER THAT LOOKED LIKE A SPEAR. SHE WAS SAID TO HAVE WORN AN IMPENETRABLE STONE DRESS AND TO HAVE EATEN THE LIVER OF HER VICTIMS. SHE SUPPOSEDLY HAUNTED AREAS IN THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS, WHERE SHE IS SAID TO STILL INHABIT TODAY.
Well to me I would think that bigfoot is real because if it is a creature that has been seen for hundreds of years then it has to be real because the Skunk Ape (Bigfoots cousin) exsits then there some in the world. Facts about Bigfoot are that is does not like to be seen so it runs away that's why people think that he's a myth. And he is supposed to be really strong, strong enough to break a tree in one or two knocks also bigfoots hand is about 11 inches long and his foot to be about 23 inches long, he runs really fast and is really curious he could eat dog food cat food or bird seeds. He is about 2 1/2 feet taller than a man.
yes there is
it is called a colasul squid they live in Antarctica
I don't know about ALL vampires but the vampire Count Vlad Dracula specifically can turn into a bat, and a wolf, and (this isn't an animal but whatever) a mist. Actually I watched this one movie, Dracula, and I MUST say that this is what it had to be simply because its unmistakeably, I don't quite understand what the hell exactly the filmmakers were trying to portray here but the creature the vampire turned into too looked a lot like a werewolf. In the movie Van Helsing... Dracula turns into a demonic gargoyle typle monster. The legends, tales and folklore speak about vampire-bats as the most common shape shifting for a vampire. Changing into another creatures is rarely mentioned but can be found occasionally, such as a plague of rats, a half man half bat, a white stag, are among a few to be mentioned.
Well, really, it's all in the mind. Trying to controll the werewolf in you may seem impossible especially when your angry or enraged but you need to train your mind to take you somewhere else. If you are craving blood or flesh, just go to a meat store, I've seen many diffrent raw meats and animal blood in small containers, that may help. If you have an urge to be in the forest, go hiking, walking or hunting in the forest. Again, it's all in the mind you just need to learn when it's a good idea to control yourself and when it's not. Hope i helped
Dragons are typically in Chinese, Japanese, occasionally Korean, and European mythology. There are few mentions of dragons in Egyptian mythology, and the dragons in Greek mythology are more alike to giant serpents than dragons. There are also feathered flying serpents in Mayan and Aztecs mythology, being known as amphitheres. However, some people think they are the people's interpretation of quetzals, and kind of brightly colored rainforest bird.
He is only after glory and will do anything to get it.
That is a way to look at it. Or ,Maybe, before answering, you should just notice that this guy switched Beowulf and Grendel and I'm pretty sure it was meant as a joke ;)
...But in the movie Grendel is portrayed as more human which provides some sympathy from the audience for the character and makes Beowolf look brutal. In certain passages in the book, in my opinion, this can also be seen.
Fantasy is a story set in a make-believe world, or a setting with extraordinary conditions. Possibly it contains a story where the cows talk, or the mice are great cooks. Fantasy is most often associated with dungeons and dragons and swords and bows.
The differentiate between traditional fantasy and modern fantasy one has to ask, "Is the author identifiable?"
Traditional fantasy, as far as I know, is a term used for legends, myths, folktales, fables and ballads.
Modern fantasy sometimes includes influences from the afore-mentioned, but has an identifiable author. Today modern fantasy is split into hundreds of subgenres.
The Cold One is real I am in a tribe that believes in the Cold One. La Push Isn't just a legend in Twilight it is a real story even the Colin's existed but were eliminated by ancient and wise Natives from our tribe. Our tribe does believe in werewolves so that means the Cold ones are real. The truth is my enemy... she is a cold one but she is in captivity!
Mermaids are not real. You can not become a mermaid. They are from legends, so there are no spells for people to become a mermaid. It is a fairy tale.
Thunderbirds, Skunk ape, Waziya, Weewilmkq, Wendigo, Hoop Snakes, Horned Water Serpent, Hodag, Hiintcabiit, Hidebehind, Fillyloo, Dahahwat, Eer-moonan, Gillygaloo, Gwagwakhwalanooksiwey, Kurrea, Paiyuk, Pal-rai-yuk, Plat-eye, Mothman, Jersey Devil, Ogopogo, Rockabore, Roperite, Snee-nee-iq, Snawfus, Slimy Slim, Sliver Cat, Snow Snake, Tsanahale, Unhcegila
Yes these are their real names, most are Native American and this is only just a few of the countless creatures in American Folklore.
All unicorns don't exist. They are not real.
Elves, in real life, are just people who are 'small' or a 'midget' because of some disease or condition. They do NOT have pointed ears and do NOT work for Santa. They are just normal people.
Santa elf: North pole
Out door: woodland areas
in the north pole
at the north pole. You can't live in a pole.
He was a little black boy, really really naughty, who can do magic, turn into whirlwind, likes to hide others people's things, play with the horse's hair, scare the people, and plays a lot of other pranks. The description of Saci is that he is a little black boy with a single leg and wearing a kind of red hat (where Saci's magic came from) and is always smoking. According to legend, there is a way to capture the Saci and that is when he is a whirlwind. One must get a bolter and place that on the whirlwind, then capture the Saci and put him in a bottle. A person can then tell him to make things for him.
The boto is a kind of dolphin which lives in the rivers, but in Brazilian folklore there is also another story. The boto at night becomes a man -- a ladies' man -- who is a good dancer, and sometimes get the women pregnant. He always wears a hat to hide a hole on his head through which he breaths.
"The Headless-Mule". As the name says it is a headless mule, and on the place where the head was supposed to be there is fire. She kills whoever she finds and her neighs are heard over big distances. The story goes that the Headless-Mule is a cursed woman who had an affair with a priest.
the boogeyman monster is an imangary monster that was first heard of in 1505. parents used his name to scare children to make them go to sleep on time or to eat there meals.
size imaginary, in Mens
Because they need to blend in with the ocean. They are partly snow. You I'm the queen of Maine mermaids. I am Tatueliwra. You most say this on south sandwich island.( it's real.) Oh calm penguins of the sea hear me. I am the humble servant Of Tatueliwra. I love to meet her now I say to learn my needs for to be part snow. To come to the underwater land of Tarula. Oh help me spirit. Oh help now.
No, it is a mythical/legendary creature from Australian Aboriginal mythology.
The Pacific Northwest and parts of the west coast are still the leader in Bigfoot sightings.
The amount of people in Scotland who believes in the Loch Ness monster can not be written in percentage. But there are a lot of people who believes it.