SATYR, n. 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.
2008 Update: A creature with a man's head propelled by a horse's rump, but mythical.
Happy 4/7 (birthday) to Sar, wherever she's steppin'.
Icy found a video recording of Jamie Dawn and Courtney recording Saturday's post.