Origin of satyr
Related formssa·tyr·ic [suh-tir-ik] /səˈtɪr ɪk/, sa·tyr·i·cal, adjectivesa·tyr·like, adjective
Can be confusedsatire satyr
Examples from the Web for satyric
He was still grinning, but now the grin had become set, satyric, hideous.The Trail Horde|Charles Alden Seltzer
They are either mythological travesties (resembling the satyric drama of Athens) or character comedies.
The Cyclops of Euripides is the only extant specimen of a satyric drama.
All the rest is obscure, except that we have reason to believe that Chœrilus excelled in the satyric drama.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
But the plot of this Satyric or Silenic drama has been detected, and you must not allow him, Agathon, to set us at variance.Symposium|Plato