Fictional vs Gazeka - What's the difference?

fictional | gazeka |


As an adjective fictional

is invented, as opposed to real.

As a noun gazeka is

a fictional cryptid said to have been seen on papua new guinea in the early twentieth century, resembling a tapir or giant sloth.

fictional

English

Adjective

(wikipedia fictional) (en adjective)
  • Invented, as opposed to real.
  • Romeo and Juliet are fictional characters.
    The janitor's account of the crime turned out to be entirely fictional .

    gazeka

    English

    Noun

    (en noun) (wikipedia gazeka)
  • A fictional cryptid said to have been seen on Papua New Guinea in the early twentieth century, resembling a tapir or giant sloth.