In , the formal dictionary,
1-(in stories) an animal like a white horse with a long straight horn on its head-
2- a new company valued at more than a billion dollars, typically in the software or technology sector
The report examines the ascent of start-ups and how unicorns are changing.
But in Urban dictionary,
A Unicorn can refer to a man or a woman and is often used to describe the perfect catch or perfect partner. A Unicorn is a mythical creature, someone amazing who is hard to catch or simply a very rare find. The term is often describing someone who is remarkably attractive (above a 7.9), but not at all batshit crazy, amazing at sex, and has a great personality. This definition is used more often to describe this scenario than in reference to LGBT themes. Gay or straight however you can be a Unicorn because you're beautiful, amazing, fuck like a god/goddess, not crazy as fuck, awesome to be around and even going somewhere with your life. Hot but down to earth? You may be a Unicorn. People will try to catch the Unicorn as if hoping to bring this magical energy in their life but the Unicorn knows only to reveal themselves to the worthy. This makes the encounter all the more magical because it's not a trick of the light it's a mystical mythical magical babe that makes you feel so lucky because you never thought you could find someone amazing as them. Careful, these folks can make the hard of heart easily fall in love. What made you stop messing around with multiple ladies at once?
Man: Because I met a Unicorn. Her name is Lindsay.
Did you meet a Unicorn at the Gay bar tonight?
Cool gay guy: Yes I did, but it's not because they are gay, but because they are amazing.
What level of hotness and personality do you go for Sarah?
Sarah: Unicorn level.
Amy who is your favorite mythical creature?
Amy: John is.
You're girlfriend is crazy amazing!
Girl: I found out she's actually a Unicorn.
And in American movies, people often say "he / she is my unicorn"
But can we say "he /she is a unicorn" (he or she is perfect for everyone)? or "I want to go on a date with a unicorn"?