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«دهکده زبان» - مطالب باورهای عامیانه
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تاریخ : سه شنبه 30 اردیبهشت 1393

Pulling out a gray hair will cause more to grow

People have always thought that hair had magical powers, and there are many superstitions about human hair. One belief is that pulling out a single gray or white hair will cause ten more to grow in its place.

man gray hair مرد موی خاکستری

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: خرافات، انگلیسی، gray، grey، hair، superstition،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : یکشنبه 4 اسفند 1392

Spitting on your hands for strength

Seeing animals licking their wounds caused people to believe that saliva had some magical healing power. Even today the first thing someone does when they hurt their finger is put it in their mouth. Nowadays, when we spit on our hands, we are asking for added strength.

cat lick wound گربه لیس پنجه

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: spit، hands، strength، آب دهان، saliva، نیرو، التیام،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : چهارشنبه 25 دی 1392

Crossing Fingers to Make a Wish Come True

It is believed that bad luck is trapped at the place where the point finger and the middle finger meet. So when we cross these two fingers, we stop the bad luck from escaping and as a result let our wishes come true!

point and middle finger cross back روی هم گذاشتن انگشت وسط و میانی شانس بد آرزو

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: بدشانسی، خرافات، تلاقی، ضربدری، انگشت ها، آرزو، Crossing Fingers to Make a Wish Come True،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : شنبه 17 بهمن 1388

Goddess Macha

In ancient Ireland if a traveler was to happen upon a woman with red hair he must turn around and start his journey all over again. The superstition comes from the legend of the goddess Macha who was said to have cursed the men of Ireland for nine generations with horrible pangs. The curse was not unwarranted of course. While in human form and pregnant the king of the land forced her to race against his fasted horses, lest her husband be killed. She begged for sympathy and received none from the warriors in the crowd who were eager to see the sport. She won the race but the stress caused her to give birth to her twins in the field. For causing her this pain she cursed the men of Ireland except the hero Cucculain and her own children. Macha, as it turns out, had red hair.

goddess Macha - الهه ماخا ایزدبانو

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: خرافات، ایرلند، ماکا، الهه، Macha، Goddess، متن انگلیسی،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : یکشنبه 14 تیر 1388

Whistling brings misfortune

People used to think that whistling was the noise made by evil spirits and that it invited misfortune. Whistling was considered very unlucky in a closed place such as a house or a ship. It was considered especially unlucky, for example, to whistle in a theater dressing room.

girl whistling - دختر در حال سوت زدن

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: سوت، بدشانسی، شانس، بد، خرافات، ارواح، شیطانی،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : چهارشنبه 3 تیر 1388

The Evil Eye

There is an ancient belief that some people have the power to harm another's health or happiness simply by looking at them. To protect yourself from being noticed by evil eye, you must not openly praise yourself or call attention to any good fortune. You can also use some special signs to protect yourself from the evil eye.

the evil eye ring - حلقه چشم زخم

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: چشم، شور، نظر، بد، خرافات، انگلیسی، evil eye،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
مرتبه
تاریخ : پنجشنبه 17 اردیبهشت 1388

Getting rid of a cough

People have tried many strange remedies to get rid of a cough. One cure is to take a hair from the coughing person's head, put it between two slices of buttered bread, feed it to a dog, and say, "Eat well you bound. May be you sick and I be sound."

dog cough - سرفه سگ

ادامه مطلب

طبقه بندی: باورهای عامیانه، 

برچسب ها: خرافات، درمان، سرفه، مو، نان، کره، سگ،

نویسنده: بهنام کیماسی
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