|fawn | faun|
(1) A young deer is a fawn,
(2) a Roman deity that is part human and part goat is a faun.
(1) The word fawn derives from the Old French faon, young animal; it ultimately derives from the Latin fetus, offspring.
(2) The word faun derives from the Latin Faunus, the name of a Roman rural god that was the equivalent of the Greek god Pan.