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Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Authors: Balázs Borsos, Judit Balatonyi, Eszter Győrfy, Ákos Nagy, and Attila Paládi-Kovács

version of the bloodsucking vampire in Abaúj and Zemplén Hungarian folk belief. In fact, it is a night demon that sucks the breasts not only of women but also of men in their sleep, as witnessed by their swollen nipples. The definition of permónyik as

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.7592/Incantatio2011_1_Kapalo Keszeg , Vilmos 2013 Hiedelmek, narratívumok, stratégiák [ Folk Beliefs, Narratives and Interpretative Strategies ]. Kolozsvár: Kriza János Néprajzi Társaság–BBTE Magyar Néprajz és Antropológia Tanszék . (Néprajzi egyetemi

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give it a prominent place in ritual communal activities. According to Jamaican folk belief, cannabis possesses many medical attributes: most notably fortifying the blood, warding off disease, and promoting good health and well-being as a prophylactic

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.37.hesz Honko , Lauri 1964 Memorates and the Study of Folk Beliefs . Journal of the Folklore Institute 1 ( 1–2 ): 5 – 19 . 10.2307/3814027 Ilić , Мarija 2007 A Shift in Ethics. The Serb/Albanian Conflict in the Vernacular Discourse of a

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Christianity and Folk Belief at Colossae (WUNT II. 77). Tübingen (1995). 50 IJO II pp. 342–448, nos. 167–214 (Aizanoi, Akmoneia, Amorion, Apameia, Appia, Diokleia, Dokimeion, Dorylaion, Eumeneia, Hierapolis, Kotiaeion, Laodikeia/Lykos, Synnada). 51 A. Schalit

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