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Variations of the name Baba Yaga are found in the languages of the Eastern Slavic peoples. The first element, baba, transparently meaning 'woman', or, specifically, 'old woman'. The same word is still used for both grandmother and old woman in general in Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Serbo-Croatian languages. In modern Russian, the word бабушка babushka (meaning 'grandmother') derives from it, as does the word babcia (also 'grandmother') in Polish or бабця babcya in Ukrainian.

Variations of the name Baba Yaga are found in the languages of the Eastern Slavic peoples. The first element, baba, transparently meaning 'woman', or, specifically, 'old woman'. The same word is still used for both grandmother and old woman in general in Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Serbo-Croatian languages. In modern Russian, the word бабушка babushka (meaning 'grandmother') derives from it, as does the word babcia (also 'grandmother') in Polish or бабця babcya in Ukrainian.

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