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 —Hollis Frampton  Physicists now say there is no such thing as time: everything co-exists. Chronology is entirely artificial and essentially determined by emotion. Contiguity suggests layers of things, the past and present somehow coalescing or co-existing.  —W.G. Sebald     Afrikaans: Kabouter  Arabic: عفريت  Azerbaijani: goblin  Belarusian: гоблін  Bulgarian: зъл дух  Bengali: অপদেবতা  Bosnian: goblin  Catalan: goblin  Cebuano: goblin  Czech: šotek  Welsh: goblin  Danish: goblin  German: Kobold  Greek: δαιμόνιο  English: goblin  Esperanto: goblin  Spanish: duende  Estonian: goblin  Basque: goblin  Persian: غواصی  Finnish: menninkäinen  French: lutin  Irish: goblin  Galician: goblin  Gujarati: પિશાચ  Hausa: goblin  Hindi: भूत  Hmong: goblin  Croatian: zao  Haitian Creole: goblin  Hungarian: kobold  Armenian: գոբլին  Indonesian: goblin  Igbo: goblin  Icelandic: goblin  Italian: goblin  Hebrew: שֵׁדוֹן  Japanese: ゴブリン  Javanese: goblin  Georgian: გობლინი  Kazakh: гоблин  Khmer: goblin  Kannada: ಗಾಬ್ಲಿನ್  Korean: 고블린  Latin: goblin  Lao: goblin  Lithuanian: Goblinas  Latvian: goblins  Malagasy: goblin  Maori: Tuhinga o mua  Macedonian: гоблин  Malayalam: ഗോപ്ലിൻ  Mongolian: goblin  Marathi: भूत  Malay: goblin  Maltese: goblin  Myanmar (Burmese): မှင်စာ  Nepali: गोबिलिन  Dutch: aardmannetje  Norwegian: goblin  Chichewa: goblin  Punjabi: ਭੂਮੀ  Polish: chochlik  Portuguese: goblin  Romanian: elf  Russian: гоблин  Sinhala: ගබ්ලින්  Slovak: škriatok  Slovenian: goblin  Somali: goblin  Albanian: shpirt i keq  Serbian: гоблин  Sesotho: sekontiri  Sundanese: goblin  Swedish: troll  Swahili: goblin  Tamil: பூதம்  Telugu: చిన్న దయ్యం  Tajik: ш  Thai: ผี  Filipino: goblin  Turkish: cin  Ukrainian: гоблін  Urdu: گوبن  Uzbek: goblin  Vietnamese: yêu tinh  Yiddish: גאָבלין  Yoruba: goblin  Chinese: 小妖精  Chinese (Simplified): 小妖精  Chinese (Traditional): 小妖精  Zulu: i-goblin  — Source

—Hollis Frampton

Physicists now say there is no such thing as time: everything co-exists. Chronology is entirely artificial and essentially determined by emotion. Contiguity suggests layers of things, the past and present somehow coalescing or co-existing.

—W.G. Sebald

 

Afrikaans: Kabouter

Arabic: عفريت

Azerbaijani: goblin

Belarusian: гоблін

Bulgarian: зъл дух

Bengali: অপদেবতা

Bosnian: goblin

Catalan: goblin

Cebuano: goblin

Czech: šotek

Welsh: goblin

Danish: goblin

German: Kobold

Greek: δαιμόνιο

English: goblin

Esperanto: goblin

Spanish: duende

Estonian: goblin

Basque: goblin

Persian: غواصی

Finnish: menninkäinen

French: lutin

Irish: goblin

Galician: goblin

Gujarati: પિશાચ

Hausa: goblin

Hindi: भूत

Hmong: goblin

Croatian: zao

Haitian Creole: goblin

Hungarian: kobold

Armenian: գոբլին

Indonesian: goblin

Igbo: goblin

Icelandic: goblin

Italian: goblin

Hebrew: שֵׁדוֹן

Japanese: ゴブリン

Javanese: goblin

Georgian: გობლინი

Kazakh: гоблин

Khmer: goblin

Kannada: ಗಾಬ್ಲಿನ್

Korean: 고블린

Latin: goblin

Lao: goblin

Lithuanian: Goblinas

Latvian: goblins

Malagasy: goblin

Maori: Tuhinga o mua

Macedonian: гоблин

Malayalam: ഗോപ്ലിൻ

Mongolian: goblin

Marathi: भूत

Malay: goblin

Maltese: goblin

Myanmar (Burmese): မှင်စာ

Nepali: गोबिलिन

Dutch: aardmannetje

Norwegian: goblin

Chichewa: goblin

Punjabi: ਭੂਮੀ

Polish: chochlik

Portuguese: goblin

Romanian: elf

Russian: гоблин

Sinhala: ගබ්ලින්

Slovak: škriatok

Slovenian: goblin

Somali: goblin

Albanian: shpirt i keq

Serbian: гоблин

Sesotho: sekontiri

Sundanese: goblin

Swedish: troll

Swahili: goblin

Tamil: பூதம்

Telugu: చిన్న దయ్యం

Tajik: ш

Thai: ผี

Filipino: goblin

Turkish: cin

Ukrainian: гоблін

Urdu: گوبن

Uzbek: goblin

Vietnamese: yêu tinh

Yiddish: גאָבלין

Yoruba: goblin

Chinese: 小妖精

Chinese (Simplified): 小妖精

Chinese (Traditional): 小妖精

Zulu: i-goblin

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