Category:Krampus

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Krampus 
mythical figure
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Instance offigure used in threatening children,
mythical character
Part ofCompanions of Saint Nicholas
Said to be the same aschort, Bies, devil
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Krampus (es); Krampusz (hu); Krampus (eu); Крампус (ru); Krampus (cy); Krampus (lmo); Կրամպուս (hy); Крампус (bg); Krampus (da); krampus (ro); 坎卜斯 (zh-hk); Krampus (sv); Крампус (uk); 坎卜斯 (zh-hant); 크람푸스 (ko); Krampus (eo); Krampus (cs); Krampus (bar); Krampus (an); Krampus (fr); Krampus (et); Krampus (vi); Parkelj (sl); クランプス (ja); 坎卜斯 (zh-hans); Krampus (pt); Krampus (id); Krampus (pl); Krampus (nb); Krampus (nl); کرمپس (ur); Krampus (de); Krampus (fi); Krampus (ca); Krampus (en); 坎卜斯 (zh); Κράμπους (el); Krampus (it) Antico demone, noto anche come "L'Ombra di Santa Claus" (it); Créature mythique (fr); djävulslik gestalt i adventsfolktron (sv); beestachtige demon uit de folklore van de Alpen-regio's (nl); легендарная фигура в фольклоре альпийского региона (ru); Schreckgestalt aus dem Brauchtum (de); criatura mitológica que acompanha São Nicolau durante a época do Natal (pt); mythical figure (en); ալպիական շրջանի ժողովրդական բանահյուսություն լեգենդար կերպար (hy); keskieurooppalaisen kansanperinteen hahmo (fi) Kramperl (de)

Krampus is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards well-behaved ones with gifts. Krampus is said to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair.

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