A fabulous animal with one horn; the monoceros; -- often represented in heraldry as a supporter.
A two-horned animal of some unknown kind, so called in the Authorized Version of the Scriptures.
a horse with a single horn. Said to have magical powers in healing and the bringing of luck. The horn of the unicorn was prized for its ability to nullify all poisons that it came in contact with. Legend says that only those most pure in heart and soul may be approached by them.
The magical creature which is the symbol of Amber, and the power behind order. It is rarely ever seen, and has had a religion created from it's existence. The Unicorn was seen bringing the Jewel of Judgment from the Abyss.
(Monoceros). Egypt. A virgin girl is set in front of this unicorn; at his approach she opens her lap; there he lays his head with all ferocity vanished and stupified and defenseless is captured. A frequent subject for bestiaries. Unicorn's strength and gentleness symbolic of Christ. In heraldry: supporter of royal arms.
an imaginary creature represented as a white horse with a long horn growing from its forehead
a combination of a horse and a horned animal
a creature of a specific species which has only one natural horn, a creature which has never been tamed, owned or bred by humans
a four-footed beast resembling a horse having a horn on its head and existing
a horse-like creature with a single straight spiraled horn projecting from
a horse with a big damn horn on its head
a magical horselike animal with a single horn in its forehead
a mythical horselike animal with a single long horn growing from the center of its forehead
a mythical, one-horned animal
Referring to a three horse hitch with two horses hitched a s a pair (side by side) and a third horse hitched in front of the pair.
The heraldic unicorn has a horse’s body, a single long horn, a lion’s tail, tufted hocks and cloven hoofs like a goat, and a beard
a magical creature; unicorns were beautiful, pure white, horned horses when fully grown (seven years old); the foals were born golden, then turned silver when they were about two years old; the unicorn's horns, blood, and hair all had magical properties; they were so fast that they were very difficult to capture; they were not unduly aggressive, but should be treated with great respect (FB; SS1, 15; PA4, 20; GF18, 24, 26, 33; HBP22)
The unicorn (from Latin unus 'one' and cornus 'horn') is a mythical beast usually depicted with the body of a horse and one usually spiral horn on its forehead. The unicorn's blood and horn are said to have mystical healing properties.
(For the mythological creature, see: Unicorn)