Definition of Goatish. Meaning of Goatish. Synonyms of Goatish

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Definition of Goatish

Goatish
Goatish Goat"ish, a. Characteristic of a goat; goatlike. Give your chaste body up to the embraces Of goatish lust. --Massinger. -- Goat"ish*ly, adv. -- Goat"ish*ness, n.

Meaning of Goatish from wikipedia

- 1913 at 5 a.m. to Lavinia Whateley and Yog-Sothoth. Described as a "dark, goatish-looking infant"—neighbors refer to him as "Lavinny's black brat"—he shows...
- Aegaeon (Gr****: Αἰγαίων, translit. Aigaíōn, lit. "goatish", "stormy", "Aegean") may refer to: Aegaeon (moon), Saturn Aegaeon (mythology), in Gr**** mythology...
- In Gr**** mythology, Aegaeon (Gr****: Αἰγαίων, translit. Aigaíōn, lit. "goatish", "stormy", "Aegean") may refer to the following figures: Aegaeon also called...
- Satan harking back to the pre-Christian woodland deity Pan, he of the goatish horns and shanks. The Satanic goat is a device of much spectral fiction...
- representation can be seen on the Pronomos Vase, found in Naples. The goatish element has disappeared and the satyrs resemble the old Ionic Sileni who...
- spirits that had the heads and torsos of men, the legs and tails of goats, goatish faces, and goat-horns. Philinnion: an unwed maiden who died prematurely...
- sensual and seductive in the film, whereas he is described in the story as "goatish" and uncharismatic. Scholar Rob Craig similarly notes that, in remaining...
- various emendations have been suggested, including Aigaion (Αἰγαίων - "goatish", "stormy"), Eurytion (Εὐρυτίων: "fine flowing", "widely honored") and...
- though, he broke an urn containing the spirit of Zai, an incredibly evil goatish demon who takes the life force of the kingdom's adults and kidnaps all...
- Various emendations have been suggested, including Aigaion (Αἰγαίων - "goatish", "stormy"), Eurytion (Εὐρυτίων - "fine flowing", "widely honored") and...