Fae in Translation

fae in translation

As my books appear in both English and Afrikaans, I thought it a good idea to show the names of Fae and places in both languages here along with links to blog posts about them.

A

Ankou: King of the Dead

B

Brownies: The Invisible Nocturnal Servants

Banshee: Queen of Fear

C

Cù Sìth: Faery Dogs

The Goddess of Winter

Faery Trees and Forests

D

dragon English Afrikaans

Dangerous, Neutral Dragons

Dagda: Jailer of the Underworld

Domovoi: The Guardians of the House

The Duality of the Duergar

E

F

Magic Portals and Entrances to Faerie

Magic Portals and Entrances to Faerie

The Ruler of them All: The Queen of the Fae

Ravens and Crows in Folklore

Bat Folklore and Facts

Monkeys in Mythology and Folklore

Vengeful Furies

Faerie: Home of the Fae

X-Factor: The Fates

G

Zany Grogoch

Gallant Galno Lairds

Grim: Herald of the Veil

Gancanagh of the Night

H

I

Thin Places and the Other Side

J

K

Yule Folklore: Krampus

Capricious Kelpie

L

The Dark Muse

M

Magic Portals and Entrances to Faerie

Pale Light: Moon Folklore

Occult: Magic and Glamour

Merrows: Mermaids of Ireland and Scotland

N

O

Thin Places and the Other Side

Thin Places and the Other Side

P

Pixies All Over the Place

Pegasus: The Father of the Winged Horses

Q

R

Repugnant Red Caps

S

The Siren’s Call

Selkies: Mysterious Seal-Faeries

Surreal Sea Nymphs

T

Thin Places and the Other Side

U

Thin Places and the Other Side

V

Valkyries: Women Warriors of Myth

Enticing Vilas: Nymphs of the Otherworld and Forest

W

The Wild Hunt Rides

Wondrous Witches

Ululating Werehyena

The Wily Will-o’-the-Wisp

Faery Trees and Forests

X

Y

Cold Ones: Yuki Onna and Tsurara Onna

Z