One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- German for Walpurgis night
- ‘Germans associate witches and devils with Walpurgisnacht, April 30th, but Walpurgis was an English nun.’
- ‘In the Harz mountains the night of the witches, the Walpurgisnacht, is a big event.’
- ‘The dark, claustrophobic opus, a tale of witch hunts and the German myth of Walpurgisnacht, has proven wildly divisive among the band's fans.’
- ‘It's a combination of Walpurgisnacht imported from Germany, International Workers Day imported from France, and various fertility festivals imported from around Scandinavia.’
- ‘Satanic holidays include Walpurgisnacht and Halloween, and the two Solstice and Equinoxes.’
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