What is Sasquatch in Spanish? Sasquatch is a word from English language that is used to describe a particular hairy, giant animal from the Canadian and American folklore. Sasquatch is also known as big foot. Another version of Sasquatch that lives in snowy places is called Yeti. This creature is only reported to be seen in Northwestern America or Western Canada.
So, how do you say Sasquatch in Spanish?
The word remains the same in both the languages.
Example: this sentence ‘The police got reported multiple Sasquatch sightings’ is translated as ‘La policía recibió informes de múltiples avistamientos de Sasquatch’.