Traditions

Traditions
le heros
l’heroine
hero
heroine
le roi
la reine
king
queen
le prince
la princesse
prince
princess
le le chevalier
knight
la dame
lady
la demoiselle
young lady
la fee
la bonne fee
fairy
fairy godmother
la maratre
wicked stepmother
le diable
devil
le magicien
la magicienne
magician
le sorcier
la sorciere
wizard, sorcerer
witch
le spectre, le fantome, le revenant
ghost
le nain
la naine
dwarf
le lutin
elf
le geant
giant
l’ogre, l’ogresse
ogre
le monstre
monster
le loup-garou
les loups-garous
werewolf
werewolves
le vampire
vampire
la licorne
unicorn
le dragon
dragon
Il etait une fois
Once upon a time there was/were…
Ils vecurent heureux et eurent beaucoup d’enfants.
They lived happily ever after.
raconter
to tell (a story, a tale)
le conte de fees
fairy tale
le bien
good
le mal
evil
le conte a dormir debout
tall tale
imaginer
s’imaginer
to imagine
to imagine oneself (doing or being)
rever (a, de)
to dream
le reve
dream
le cauchemar
nightmare
revasser, etre dans la lune
to daydream
batir des chateaux en Espagne
to build castles in the air
enchanter
to enchant
le merveilleux
the supernatural
ensorceler, jeter un sort (a)
to cast a spell (on)
hanter
to haunt
le charme; le sortilege
magic spell
rompre le charme
to break the spell
la magie (noire)
(black) magic
la malediction
curse
maudire
to curse (someone or something)
craindre
to fear, to be afraid of
faire la cour (a)
to court, to woo
faire peur (a)
to frighten
semblant (de)
to pretend
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