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Baba Yaga (Legendary character)

LC control no.no2018059987
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Personal name headingBaba Yaga (Legendary character)
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Variant(s)Baba Yaga (Witch)
Baba Jaga (Legendary character)
Баба-Яга (Legendary character)
Baba-I︠A︡ha (Legendary character)
Baba I︠A︡ga (Legendary character)
Ježibaba (Legendary character)
Baaba-Jagaa (Legendary character)
Μπάμπα Γιάγκα (Legendary character)
Bampa Gianka (Legendary character)
באבה יאגה (Legendary character)
Babah Yagah (Legendary character)
Babajaga (Legendary character)
Vasorrú bába (Legendary character)
Баба Рога (Legendary character)
Baba Roga (Legendary character)
Баба Јага (Legendary character)
バーバ・ヤーガ (Legendary character)
Жоьра-баба (Legendary character)
Zhoʹra-baba (Legendary character)
Jaga baba (Legendary character)
芭芭雅嘎 (Legendary character)
Other standard no.
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inFord, Nancy K. Baba Yaga and the enchanted ring, 1960.
Johns, Andreas. Baba Yaga : the ambiguous mother and witch of the Russian folktale, ©2004.
Baba Yaga : the wild witch of the East in Russian fairy tales, 2013.
Wikipedia, May 3, 2018: Baba Yaga (In Slavic folklore, Baba Yaga is a supernatural being (or one of a trio of sisters of the same name) who appears as a deformed and/or ferocious-looking woman) Belarusian page (Баба-Яга = Baba-I︠A︡ha) Bulgarian page (Баба Яга = Baba I︠A︡ga) Catalan page (Baba Iagà) Czech page (Ježibaba) German page (Baba Jaga) Estonian page (Baaba-Jagaa) Greek page (Μπάμπα Γιάγκα = Bampa Gianka) Hebrew (באבה יאגה = Babah Yagah) Latvian page (Babajaga) Hungarian page (Vasorrú bába) Macedonian page (Баба Рога = Baba Roga; Баба Јага = Baba Jaga) Japanese page (バーバ・ヤーガ = Bāba Yāga) Chechen page (Жоьра-баба = Zhoʹra-baba) Russian page (Баба-яга = Baba-i︠a︡ga) Slovenian page (Jaga baba) Chinese page (芭芭雅嘎 = Baba Yaga)
Russiapedia website, May 3, 2018 (Baba Yaga; a famous witch of the East, well-known in Russia. She has spooked and scared little children across Eastern Europe for many centuries. The name of Baba Yaga is composed of two elements. Baba means "grandmother" or "old woman" in most Slavic languages)
VIAF, May 3, 2018 (German National Library authorized access point: Baba Jaga; National Library of Poland authorized access point: Baba Jaga (postać legendarna); Sudoc authorized access point: Baba Yaga, personnage légendaire)
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