reem

n.

Hebrew name of an animal in the Old Testament (Job xxxix:9, etc.), now identified with the wild ox, but formerly translated in Latin as rhinoceros and in English as unicorn.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

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  • It has lately been attempted to prove that the reem of Scripture was the animal now known as the nhyl-gau.