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In his cottage career as Guillermo del Toro’s most reliable creature actor, Doug Jones has transformed into everything from a mystical faun (Pan’s Labyrinth) to a ghostly mother (Crimson Peak).
The speaker is Théo (Geoffrey Couët), a curly-haired faun who seems simultaneously fascinated and terrified by the orgy of licking and thrusting around him.
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Origin and Etymology of faun
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a creature in Roman mythology that is part human and part goat
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