a wild man of the woods; a faun, a satyr or a representation of such a being in heraldry or other decoration.
Etymology: from Late Old English wuduwāsa, also Middle English wodwo.
[verb & adjective]
Chinese: 发光 - glow; illuminate; to shine.
Etymology: 发 (fā) - develop, bloom, produce, emit + 光 (guāng) - light, ray, sunshine.