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.
Examples from the Web for reem
Contemporary Examples of reem
Reem Nassar discussed her function in Uganda as part of the smallsolutions team.
TEM Lab colleague Reem Nassar hails from Jordan and admits to an enduring passion for international business development.
Historical Examples of reem
It has lately been attempted to prove that the reem of Scripture was the animal now known as the nhyl-gau.The Curiosities of Heraldry
Mark Antony Lower