from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A wild man of the woods; a faun, a satyr or a representation of such a being in heraldry or other decoration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A wild man of the woods; a satyr or faun. Representations of woodwoses often appear in heraldry as supporters.
He knew that to these men in their rich cloaks, their fine linen tunics, their wealth and ornaments, he must look like a beggar of the wilds, a woodwose or some strange thing out of the hill legends.
more people know who the hamburgler is than emperor norton. this is your savage garden; this is my angel's gaol, my demiurge imbroglio. the i-ching reads 23 23 23, the coins spin 666 & i say again this savage garden i will slash & burn. stargazers will read of bad dreams in astrological morse code. here i come, custer, here come the woodwose people.
Main areas of interest are cryptids reported in and around the British Isles (lake monsters, sea serpents, alien / native (yes native!) big cats and woodwose (hominids).
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