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  1. eloise01011001 New Member

    English-England
    Hi, i was just wondering if there is a spanish equivalent or suitable translation for sasquatch/bigfoot?

    I was thinking of perhaps 'la pata grande' but that seems very literal and probably doesn't exist!

    Thanks,
    -Eloise-
     
  2. wardo

    wardo Senior Member

    Central & Northern Spain
    Spanish - Spain
    Most people in Spain have heard of "bigfoots" but never seen them I'm afraid. I don't know of any translation for any of them. May be a description of it.
     
  3. camino del rio Junior Member

    Spanish-English
    Se utiliza "Pie Grande".
     
  4. mnnglss Junior Member

    Argentina, Español
    En Argentina a eso se lo llamaba (según una pelicula) PIE GRANDE..
     
  5. wardo

    wardo Senior Member

    Central & Northern Spain
    Spanish - Spain
    En Argentina.
     
  6. eloise01011001 New Member

    English-England
    Thankyou all! Pie grande it is!
     
  7. harlequ1n Junior Member

    Barcelona
    Neutral Spanish
    In Spain they strangely call it "Big Foot".
     
  8. leoncillo Junior Member

    Dallas, TX
    Mexican Spanish
    En Mexico lo conocen como "Yeti" o "El abominable hombre de las nieves"
     
  9. CorpenAdes

    CorpenAdes Junior Member

    Castellano, España.
    En España yo había oído "el Pies Grandes", siempre en plural, de hecho juraría que así se llamaba la película de Big Foot.
     
  10. aloofsocialite

    aloofsocialite modrageous!

    San Francisco / Oakland, CA
    English - USA (California)
    El yeti/abominable hombre de las nieves es distinto al Pie Grande/sasquatch. El yeti es una criatura que vive en la cordillera del Himalaya (Nepal) y el Pie Grande es cosa de la mitología norteamericana y se ha visto en EE.UU. y Canadá.
     

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