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Blend of unicorn +‎ Pegasus


unisus ‎(plural unisi)

  1. (informal) A winged unicorn.
    • 1993 February, Michael John II Wybo, “Unique Unicorns”, Dragon Magazine, ISSN 0279-6848, page 92: 
      Unisi are unicorns with pegasi wings, the result of crossbreeding between the two species. A single such creature is called a unisus.
    • 1995 July 30, pteryx, “He-man. she-ra's horse's”, rec.arts.animation, Usenet:
      As for her horse, it was Spirit when she was Adora, and Swift Wind the flying unicorn (unisus?) when she was She-Ra.
    • 1998 November 15, Piers Anthony; Julie Brady, Dream a Little Dream: A tale of myth and moonshine, Tor, ISBN 9780312864668, OL 9709855M, page 19:
      Heat was a unisus and Mich's best friend. He had once belonged to a huge herd of unisi that lived in the sky, above the clouds.
    • 2006 September 8, Jacob Cortez, The Legend of the Teenage Sages, Central Milton Keynes: AuthorHouse, ISBN 9781425949549, OL 8534527M, page 267:
      The beauty of the Unisus was simply extraordinary. Its silver-feathered wings stretched across the room, fifteen feet in length. Its glorious, glowing white fur was so pure that it would be invisible in the snow.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:unisus.


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