One of the few characters of the Grecian mythology accorded recognition in the Hebrew. (Leviticus, xvii, 7.) The satyr was at first a member of the dissolute community acknowledging a loose allegiance with Dionysius, but underwent many transformations and improvements. Not infrequently he is confounded with the faun, a later and decenter creation of the Romans, who was less like a man and more like a goat.
A sylvan deity or demigod, represented as part man and part goat, and characterized by riotous merriment and lasciviousness.
A man with the legs and tail of a goat. Stemming from Greek legends they are said to like music which they would play from their pipes as they danced in the woodland glens. They are also thought to be quite promiscuous and lustful.
follower of the god Dionysos, who was half-human and half-beast
A mythological Greek creature, half man and half goat, who attended Dionysus and represented male sexuality and drunken revelry; goatskin-clad followers of Dionysus who served as the chorus of the satyr play.
one of a class of woodland deities; attendant on Bacchus; identified with Roman fauns
a creature also from Greek mythology having the torso and face of a man, ears and tail of a horse, and feet of a goat
a half-goat half-man who is never satisfied
a half human half goat being in Greek mythology
a kind of ancient Greek woodland deity, usually represented as part human and part goat
a lusty woodland humanoid creature
a man with a goat's legs and horns
a mythological figure, half-goat and half-man
a part man and part goat, and this passage is in reference unto the things of the world of darkness
a small creature with the upper body of a human and the lower body of a goat
a woodland deity with pointy ears and a horse's tail
a woodland creature in Greek mythology who is depicted as having the pointed ears, legs, and short horns of a goat and a fondness for unrestrained revelry
In Greek mythology, attendants of the god Dionysus, boisterous creatures of the woods and hills, represented as mainlyof human form but with some bestial aspect.
Mischievous creature, half goat, half man.
in Greek mythology a voluptuous nature-daemon, half buck half human, a follower of Dionysus. [ Three Gazes into an Opal
a male companion of the Greek wine god Dionysos or his Roman counterpart Bacchus, usually depicted as part animal, with the tail or ears of a goat.
In Greek mythology, satyrs (in Greek, Î£Î¬Ï„Ï…ÏÎ¿Î¹ — SÃ¡tyroi) are young humans, possibly with horse ears, that roamed the woods and mountains, and were the companions of Pan and Dionysus. In mythology they are often associated with male sex drive and Greco-Roman art often portrays them with erections.
The Satyrs are one of the common Kiths in Changeling The Dreaming, a role playing game by White Wolf Game Studio. They have human bodies and legs like the back legs of goats. They are best known for their strong passions.
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, the satyr is a fey creature. Satyrs started as standard D&D creatures, and later became a player character class. Satyr's are the children of a satyr and dryad union, half-satyrs are the result of a satyr and human woman union.
Satyrs are woodland beings in Narnia. They are very similar to fauns but are of an entirely different species. They have red fur, hairy arms, fur over their torsos and very longs horns.