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Halloween in Spanish Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in Spanish Culture, Spanish Vocabulary

Hey there!

Are you celebrating Halloween and want to improve your Spanish vocabulary?

Check out these useful words for spicing up your Spanish while having a great time at your party!

aterrador – scary
divertido – fun
el brujo, el mago – wizard
el día de brujas, la noche de brujas, el Halloween – Halloween
el diablo – devil
el disfraz – costume
el duende – goblin
el esqueleto – skeleton
el fantasma – ghost
el hada – fairy
el hechizo – spell
el hombre lobo – werewolf
el monstruo – monster
el murciélago – bat
el superhéroe – superhero
el vampiro – vampire
el zombi – zombie
gato negro – black cat
hechizar – to cast a spell
la araña – spieder
la calabaza – pumpkin
la calabaza iluminada, la jack-o’-lantern – jack-o’-lantern
la carabela – skull
la casa embrujada – haunted house
la escoba – broom
la lápida – tombstone
la magia – magic
la máscara – mask
la momia – mummy
la telaraña – cobweb
la tumba – grave
los dulces, los caramelos – candy
truco o trato – trick or treat

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English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.