Spanish Halloween Vocabulary: 53 Words for A Spooky Halloween
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53 Spanish Words for A Spooky Halloween

Whether you’re celebrating Halloween or not, here are some cool Spanish Halloween vocabulary perfect for this time of the year. From jack-o-lanterns to trick or treating, learn how to say all things Halloween in Spanish!

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Spanish Halloween Vocabulary

una arañaspider
aterradorscary
la brujawitch
el brujowizard, sorcerer
una calabazapumpkin
una calabaza de Halloweenjack-o-lantern
los carameloscandy
la calaveraskull
la casa embrujadahaunted house
un cementeriocemetery
el diablodevil
Día de Todos los SantosAll Saints' Day (Nov 1st)
un disfrazcostume
un duendegoblin
unas dulcessweets, candy
embrujadohaunted
una escobabroom
un espantapájarosscarecrow
un esqueletoskeleton
extraterrestreextraterrestrial
un fantasmaghost
una fiestaparty
gastar una broma (a alguien)
to play a trick (on someone)
un gato negroblack cat
un gigantegiant
un hechizospell
una hojaleaf
horrorhorror
un hombre lobowerewolf
una lámpara de calabazajack-o-lantern
una lápidatombstone
una magiamagic
el maquillajemakeup
una máscaramask
misteriosomysterious
una momiamummy
un monstruomonster
un murciélagobat
Noche de BrujasHalloween
octubreOctober
un ogroogre
el otoñoautumn
rondarto haunt
el superhéroe, la superheroínasuperhero
la telarañaspider's web
tela de arañaspider web
el treinta y unothe thirty-first
un trolltroll
truco o tratotrick or treat
una tumbagrave
el vampiro, la vampiravampire
una velacandle
el/la zombizombie

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Janey is a fan of different languages and studied Spanish, German, Mandarin, and Japanese in college. She has now added French into the mix, though English will always be her first love. She loves reading anything (including product labels).

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