Faunus


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Fau·nus

 (fô′nəs)
n. Roman Mythology
A god of nature and fertility.

[Latin.]

Faunus

(ˈfɔːnəs)
n
(European Myth & Legend) an ancient Italian deity of pastures and forests, later identified with the Greek Pan

Fau•nus

(ˈfɔ nəs)

n.
an ancient Roman woodland deity, identified with the Greek god Pan.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Faunus - (Roman mythology) ancient rural deity; later considered a counterpart of Greek Pan
Roman mythology - the mythology of the ancient Romans
References in classic literature ?
In shadier Bower More sacred and sequesterd, though but feignd, PAN or SILVANUS never slept, nor Nymph, Nor FAUNUS haunted.
Prior to this, the Company announced the signing of a definitive agreement for a new senior credit facility from Faunus Group International Inc.
The site also provides professional Faunus signals, sent to traders on a daily basis.
Supported by Faunus Group International and FW Capital, the deals supply the group with a flexible working capital facility of $12 million at closing.
Discussing EBB's poems "To Flush, My Dog" and "Flush or Faunus," along with her "epistolary relationship" with Mary Russell Mitford, Morrison argues that "the emotional intensity of Barrett and Mitford's relationship is largely transacted through Flush," as an "unorthodox intimacy and kinship between two women of different generations is displaced onto the equally unorthodox relationship they have to their respective cocker spaniels" (pp.
com, together with leading provider of analytics and data mining to the financial industry - Faunus Analytics LLC, today launched AlgoAlerts.
12) Boccaccio most likely knew the work of Claudian while he was composing Comedia delle ninfe fiorentine and certainly had encountered him by the time of the first edition of Faunus, in 1341-42 (Velli 265).
17 (velox amoenum saepe Lucretilem / mutat Lycaeo Faunus, swift Faunus often exchanges striking Lucretilis for Lycaeus, 1.
Swig Equities announced that it has signed a new lease with Faunus Group International (FGI) at 80 Broad Street, a 400,000 s/f commercial office building located in the FiDi (Financial District) neighborhood.
Horny, of satyrs; or Faunus, the foolish god who spies on Diana bathing in Spenser's Cantos of Mutabilitie: the horn of river-gods, those ravishers.