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Can you help me translate these phrases for a novel I am writing?   
by Latila, 2018-06-30, 03:40  like dislike  Spam?  24.19.168....
Hello, I’m writing a novel set in ancient times. My main character is hunting a legendary beast called the “winter stag” or “stag of winter” in the area that I can vaguely describe as “Northern Poland” - basically this creature is on the very outskirts of a very cold region at the edge of the Baltic Sea. My character has theoretically picked up on a few words from the Polish language so she can communicate with the peoples residing here. What would be the proper Polish phrase for a “winter stag” or “stag of winter”? Also, what would be the phrase for “dream hunter” or “hunter of dreams”?

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