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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
Numbers 24:8 (a) The power and strength of Israel in her prosperity is represented by this animal. We do not know just what animal it was, but from the description it must have been same prehistoric monster built like the rhinoceros. From the fact that it had just one horn, we may understand that this represents just the one Person who could strengthen and use Israel, and that one was their GOD.
Deuteronomy 33:17 (a) This figure represents one who has unusual strength and power. It probably represents Joseph, with his great influence for the benefit of his children.
Psalm 22:21 (b) Here we see the figure which is used by our Lord to represent the terrible power of His enemies, who had Him under their control and were putting Him to death at Calvary.
Psalm 92:10 (b) This describes the great power and invincible might which the Psalmist knew would be his because he believed GOD, and walked with Him.
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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Unicorn'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/u/unicorn.html. 1957.