Holidays · Vocabulary

Russian Halloween Vocabulary

Halloween is almost here! It’s when we use words like “pumpkin”, “Jack-O’-Lantern”, and “witch”! If you remember my old post about Halloween, you will know that a lot of Russian’s don’t celebrate Halloween. It’s just not a traditional holiday there. That doesn’t mean you can’t practice you’re Russian on this holiday! Let’s learn some creepy Russian Halloween vocabulary!

Хэллоуи́н ………………………………”Halloween”
Свети́льник Дже́ка …………..”Jack-O’-Lantern”
вампи́р ……………………………………”vampire”
ве́дьма …………………………………….”witch”
зо́мби ………………………………………”zombie”
кот ……………………………………………..”cat”
лету́чая мышь ………………………”bat”
луна́ ………………………………………….”moon”
метла́ ……………………………………….”broom”
му́мия ……………………………………..”mummy”
о́боротень ……………………………….”werewolf”
пау́к ………………………………………….”spider”
паути́на ………………………………….”web”
привиде́ние …………………………”ghost”
пу́гало ……………………………………..”scarecrow”
сла́дости ………………………………..”candy”
скеле́т ………………………………………”skeleton”
сова́ ……………………………………………”owl”
ты́ква ……………………………………….”pumpkin”
фильм у́жасов ……………………”horror movie”
че́реп ………………………………………..”skull”

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