Snow White

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Translations
بيضاء الثلج
Снежанка
Blancaneus
Sněhurka
Snehvide
Neĝulino
سفیدبرفی
LumikkiLumivalko
שלגיה
Snjeguljica
Hófehérke
Putri Salju
Mjallhvít
白雪
백설공주
Królewna Śnieżka
Branca de Neve
Alba ca zăpada
Snövit
Pamuk Prenses
Nàng Bạch Tuyết

Snow White

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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in periodicals archive ?
If we again turn, however, to the same collection that served as Pushkin's source for "The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish," we can quickly find a text, fully analogous to Pushkin's tale: the Grimm brothers' "Schneewittchen" (usually translated as "Snow White").
Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, the authors of the original "Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge," or the story "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," were German scholars who collected, researched and wrote stories based on folklore in the early 1800s.
One of the best and most popular of these tales is that of Snow White (Schneewittchen).