[ UK /sˈætɐ/ ]
  1. man with strong sexual desires
  2. one of a class of woodland deities; attendant on Bacchus; identified with Roman fauns
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  • The University of Pennsylvania Museum features everything from a nineteenth-century bronze cast of the satyr Silenos (left), to a helmet from the eighth-century B.C. (center), to an aryballos (right) from eastern Greece, ca. 600-570 B.C. Museums: Classics in the City of Brotherly Love
  • Naiadas Satyris caneret Fontanus amatas, 35 clauderet imparibus uerba Capella modis, cumque forent alii, quorum mihi cuncta referre nomina longa mora est, carmina uulgus habet, essent et iuuenes quorum, quod inedita cura est, appellandorum nil mihi iuris adest 40 The Last Poems of Ovid
  • A desditoza satyra, as lizonjas Para os authores das dedicatórias. Poetica de Horatio, e o Ensaio sobre a critica de Alexandre Pope : em portuguez
  • Many of this species in captivity have been hybridised with the Satyr tragopan, since the females look so similar.
  • I advised Spry to mount a SATYR operation, and demonstrated the device to him.
  • For example, there are about 30 species of satyrid butterflies in the genus Calisto that are endemic to Hispaniola. WN.com - Articles related to Japan, Pacific nations deny report of trading cash for whaling votes
  • A satyr is half man and half goat in Greek and Roman mythology.
  • We must not believe, notwithstanding the assertions of almost all zoological writers, that the word orang-otang is applied exclusively in the Malay language to the Simia satyrus of Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 2
  • The fiction of Richard Powers sometimes resembles a dying satyr — above the waist is a mind full of serious thought, philosophical reflection, deep exploration of music and science; below, a pair of spindly legs strain to support the great weight of the ambitious brain. 2009 September | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
  • In situ development of a satyrid butterfly on calcareous grassland exposed to elevated carbon dioxide. New Content on CO2 Science
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