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A Midsummer Night's Dream
      
"Love Looks Not With the Eyes, but With the Mind, and Therefore is Winged Cupid Painted Blind."
Pterodactyl
   means   
Winged Finger
Python
   is the heraldic term for   
Winged Serpent
Mercury
      
Was Named After the Roman Winged Messenger God
In Gustav Holst's "The Planet Suite"
Aislé
   is the heraldic term for   
Winged
Pegasus
   is the heraldic term for   
A Winged Horse
Pteranodon
   means   
Winged Without Teeth
Flying reptile. Not actually a dinosaur but lived at the same time.
Andrea Del Verrocchio
   created the sculpture   
Winged Cherubim With Dolphin, 1478
Rámie
   is the elvish word for   
Winged
Manticore
   was/were   
Winged Persian Monsters
Had the head of a man, the body of a lion and a spiked missile throwing tail
Gorgones
   was/were   
Snake-headed Winged Monstresses
Three monstrous Libyan sisters with broad faces, staring eyes, flaring nostrils, wiry beards, tusks and protruding tongues. Their heads were wreathed in snakes, they had golden wings, and in place of hands they had brazen claws
Hus Klazomenaios
   was/were   
Gigantic Winged Sows
Ravaged the island of Clazomanae
Geryon
   was/were   
Winged Three-bodied Giants
Slain by Hercules
Pegasoi Aithiopikoi
   was/were   
Winged Horses With a Single Horn
The horn extended from their foreheads
Winged Bulls
   was made in   
Iraq
Alabaster. c.; 710 BC; Louvre Museum, Paris
Winged Horses
   was made in   
Italy
Painted terracotta, c. 300 BC; Museo Nazionale Archeologico, Tarquinia
Pterelas
   means   
Winged
Alar
   means   
Winged or Wing-like
Olitiau
   is described as a   
Winged Animal-Bat or Flying Reptile
Unconfirmed, from Cameroon
Glasyalabolas
   appears as a   
Winged Dog
Seere
   appears as a   
Man on a Winged Horse
Edge of _____ (Just Like The Winged Dove)
   contains the number   
Seventeen
1981, US 11 Stevie Nicks
Mothman
   is described as a   
Winged Man
Sightings of a large grey creature with red glowing eyes & a "large flying man with ten-foot wings" were reported in the area surrounding Point Pleasant, West Virginia between November 1966 and December 1967.
Jersey Devil
   is described as a   
Winged, Bipedal Horse
Unconfirmed, New Jersey, USA
Twisted-winged Parasites
   belong to the order   
Strepsiptera
Wallace Stegner
   wrote   
The Blue-Winged Teal
1950; Harper's Magazine
Keres
   was/were   
Winged-death Demons
Haunted the battlefields and fed on the blood of dying men
Quetzalcoatl
   is   
A Winged, Plumed Serpent God from Mexico
The name literally means ‘feathered snake’






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