a satirical novel, interspersed with verse, written in the 1st century a.d. by Petronius, extant in fragments.
noun 1. Classical Mythology. one of a class of woodland deities, attendant on Bacchus, represented as part human, part horse, and sometimes part goat and noted for riotousness and lasciviousness. 2. a lascivious man; lecher. 3. a man who has satyriasis. 4. Also, satyrid [sey-ter-id, sat-er-, suh-tahy-rid] /ˈseɪ tər ɪd, ˈsæt ər-, səˈtaɪ rɪd/ (Show […]
noun a passion or excessive desire for sex by a male; also called satyriasis Word Origin Greek satyros ‘satyr’
[sey-tuh-roh-mey-nee-ak, sat-uh-] /ˌseɪ tə roʊˈmeɪ niˌæk, ˌsæt ə-/ noun 1. a lascivious man; lecher. noun a male who has an excessive desire for sex Word Origin Greek satyros ‘satyr’
noun 1. a burlesque or ribald drama having a chorus of satyrs, usually written by a poet to follow the poet’s trilogy of tragedies presented at the Dionysian festival in ancient Greece. noun 1. (in ancient Greek drama) a ribald play with a chorus of satyrs, presented at the Dionysian festival