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- (Weaver or Spinner) Goddess of home and hearth, perhaps sovereign over the Domovoi, a patroness of fertility and midwivery, and one of the eight primary Slavonic deities. She was the wife of Perun, and was represented as a woman with a large head, long arms...
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- Teremok in Talashkino, Smolensk region, the former estate of
- [With sec- tions on the domovoi and other place-spirits.
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- BRASSTAX BRAEMON'S DOMOVOI UD. CH. CH.
- SLAV 148 Introduction to Slavic Folklore
- Domovoi. • Rusalka. Characters of Wondertales.
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- Performance: Bubonic Domovoi by Amy Atkins, Awatapu. Model: Amy Atkins. Bayeux Breakout by Kate Shearer and Lauren Harrigan FAHS.
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- Domovoi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A domovoi or domovoy (Russian: домово́й; literally, "he of the house") is a house spirit in Slavic folklore.
- Mar 3, 1997 In Russian folklore a domovoy is a household spirit, also called 'the grandfather' and 'the master'.
- Russian Folklore. Spirits. Domovoi (+video) | English Russia
- Jul 29, 2009 A domovoi (dom=a house) is a house spirit, a masculine one, usually rather short , old and very hairy.
- Domovoi | M.K. Hobson | Necrophilatelist
- A short story by M.K. Hobson, originally printed in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.
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