In the mountains1 there lives a beast that resembles an ordinary deer, but with four antlers, a horse-like tail, and chicken-like claws. It is adept at dancing2 and the sound it makes is simliar to the pronunciation of its own name.
1 Tai Xing Mountain (太行之山 tài xíng zhī shān)
2 Whirling (perhaps a mating ritual?)
The character 䮝 is written in traditional Chinese and is comprised of the radicals 马 and 军. This character has no simplified form and is therefore usually written as [马军] (where the '' mean that the two radicals should be merged to form one character).