Difference between revisions of "the'u rang"

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expose, lay bare [IW]
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devils [RY]
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set of demons, SA the brang [JV]
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Theu-rang. A type of spirits who ride goats and as patrons of blacksmiths carry a bellows and hammer [RY]
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a kind of sky-going spirit ['byung po], a kind of preta, [hob]goblin, demons [IW]
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a demon that possesses kids/ poltergeist; sky-traveling preta-demon that possesses kids; a demon (who attacks kids); [hob]goblin, demons [RY]
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goblins, hobgoblins, flying goblins, flying hobgoblins [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:18, 25 March 2019

devils [RY]

set of demons, SA the brang [JV]

Theu-rang. A type of spirits who ride goats and as patrons of blacksmiths carry a bellows and hammer [RY]

a kind of sky-going spirit ['byung po], a kind of preta, [hob]goblin, demons [IW]

a demon that possesses kids/ poltergeist; sky-traveling preta-demon that possesses kids; a demon (who attacks kids); [hob]goblin, demons [RY]

goblins, hobgoblins, flying goblins, flying hobgoblins [Erick Tsiknopoulos]