From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Mythology
faunfaun /fɔːn $ fɒːn/ noun [countable] RMan ancient Roman god with the body of a man and the legs and horns of a goat
Examples from the Corpus
faunRoguish fauns and naked nymphs peeked down at Billy from festooned cornices.
Origin faun (1300-1400) Latin faunus, from Faunus Roman god of nature and farms