The term originated from a character in Medieval english literature, Reynard the fox, a trickster figure who
achieves his goals through cunning and wit.
In modern use, 'Reynard' describes a promiscuous,
guileful and opportunistic knave (male, as the female equivalent to a Reynard is known as a Vixen) who is usually found around the dancefloors of sportsbar at Mona Vale hotel or Soho in King's Cross.
Recently, sightings of this magnificent creature have been reported in Arq and Phoenix, cat dancing (it's signiture dance) to tribal house music.
Wow, what a reynard.
The term Reynard (re'nurd, rā'närd) originated from Alsace-Lorraine folklore describing him as a peasant hero character achieving his cunning goals through wit and trickster-like behaviour. The Germanic origin of his name describes him as someone who is wise, clever and resourceful.
In modern use, 'Reynard' eludes to a promiscuous, guileful and opportunistic knave male (female equivalent to a Reynard is known as a Vixen) who is usually found at local 'watering holes' before conquering larger venues of the famous King's Cross strip including Soho and Phoenix using his signature cat dance move to Electronic and Tribal House genres.
Wow, what a Reynard.