Definition of Satyral

1. a monster [n -S] - See also: monster



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satyral

saturnine
saturnine colic
saturnine encephalopathy
saturnine tremor
saturninely
saturnineness
saturninity
saturnism
saturnisms
satyagraha
satyagrahas
satyr
satyr orchid
satyr play
satyra
satyral (current term)
satyrals
satyras
satyress
satyriases
satyric
satyrical
satyrid
satyrids
satyrion
satyrions
satyrisk
satyrisks
satyrism

Literary usage of Satyral

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1. Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art with Special Reference to Their Use by John Vinycomb (1906)
"The satyral is apparently identical with the man- tiger. The belief that certain persons have the power of assuming the shape of the tiger is common in ..."

2. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"... •with the satyral and Centaur (or Sagittarius), which last was one of the signs of the Zodiac and King Stephen's badge; ..."

3. An Introduction to Heraldry: Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules by Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull (1854)
"satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old man. P. 18, n. 9. SATYR. See MAN TIGER. ..."

4. A Grammar of British Heraldry, Consisting of Blazon and Marshalling ; with by William Sloane Sloane-Evans (1854)
"15 ,(Thc satyral) should have a human countenance. 19 (The Unicorn) is compounded of parts of the Lion and the Horse, with one long projecting horn in the ..."

5. An Introduction to Heraldry by Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull (1892)
"satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old ..."

6. An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations by Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché (1866)
"... satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old man. ..."

7. The Curiosities of Heraldry by Mark Antony Lower (1845)
"The satyr or satyral exhibits a human face attached to the body of a lion, and has the horns and tail of an antelope. ..."

8. Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art with Special Reference to Their Use by John Vinycomb (1906)
"The satyral is apparently identical with the man- tiger. The belief that certain persons have the power of assuming the shape of the tiger is common in ..."

9. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"... •with the satyral and Centaur (or Sagittarius), which last was one of the signs of the Zodiac and King Stephen's badge; ..."

10. An Introduction to Heraldry: Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules by Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull (1854)
"satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old man. P. 18, n. 9. SATYR. See MAN TIGER. ..."

11. A Grammar of British Heraldry, Consisting of Blazon and Marshalling ; with by William Sloane Sloane-Evans (1854)
"15 ,(Thc satyral) should have a human countenance. 19 (The Unicorn) is compounded of parts of the Lion and the Horse, with one long projecting horn in the ..."

12. An Introduction to Heraldry by Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull (1892)
"satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old ..."

13. An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations by Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché (1866)
"... satyral, a fictitious animal, having the body of a lion, the tail and horns of an antelope, and the face of an old man. ..."

14. The Curiosities of Heraldry by Mark Antony Lower (1845)
"The satyr or satyral exhibits a human face attached to the body of a lion, and has the horns and tail of an antelope. ..."

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