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analogical dictionary

Marko Kralxevicx (sr) - Aladdin - Argonaut - Babar - Beatrice - Beowulf - Bluebeard - Bond, James Bond - Brer Rabbit - Bunyan, Paul Bunyan - John Henry - Cheshire cat - Chicken Little - Cinderella - Colonel Blimp - Dracula - Don Quixote, the Knight of the Sorrowful Countenance - El Cid - Fagin - Falstaff, Sir John Falstaff - Father Brown - Faust, Faustus - Frankenstein - Frankenstein, Frankenstein's monster - Goofy - Gulliver - Hamlet - Captain Horatio Hornblower, Horatio Hornblower - Iago - Commissaire Maigret, Inspector Maigret - Kilroy - King Lear, Lear - Lilliputian - Marlowe, Philip Marlowe - Micawber, Wilkins Micawber - Mother Goose - Mr. Moto - Othello - Pangloss - Pantaloon - Perry Mason - Peter Pan - Pied Piper, Pied Piper of Hamelin - Pierrot - Pluto - Huck Finn, Huckleberry Finn - Rip van Winkle - Ruritanian - Tarzan, Tarzan of the Apes - Tom Sawyer - Uncle Remus - Uncle Tom - Uncle Sam - Holmes, Sherlock Holmes - Simon Legree - Sinbad, Sinbad the Sailor - Snoopy - Ali Baba - Emile - agonist, central figure, leading figure, leading man, main character, main figure, principal character, protagonist - Houyhnhnm - Little John - Little Red Riding Hood - Raskolnikov, Rodya Raskolnikov - Robin, Robin Hood - Robinson Crusoe - Rumpelstiltskin - Shylock - Tristan, Tristram - Iseult, Isolde - Scaramouch, Scaramouche - Svengali - Sweeney Todd, Todd - Trilby - Walter Mitty - Yahoo - Arthur, King Arthur - Galahad, Sir Galahad - Gawain, Sir Gawain - Guenevere, Guinevere - Lancelot, Sir Lancelot - Merlin[Spéc.]

character (n.) • fictional character (n.) • fictitious character (n.) • tegelane (n.) • tegelaskuju (n.)



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