|Other languages:||Farsi: آباث|
Excerpt from Grimm DiariesEdit
I highly suspect that the Abath can see in the dark. His movements are primarily nocturnal and deep within the forest where the sun barely reaches, even in the daylight.
The nose of the Abath is elongated like that of a horse, with large nostrils and overlapping upper lip.
I observed the Abath stalking the perimeter of the forest beyond the village walls, his light-colored flesh caught the light of the moon like a piece of shiny metal. Suddenly, he darted out from the tree line and disappeared into the village. Moments later he returned carrying the body of a child, retreating back into the woods. I armed myself and followed him into a clearing. I found him feeding on the remains of the child.
- In English mythology, the Abath is a female unicorn. Sexually dimorphic, the male is a bearded horse with a horn, whereas the female is a rhinoceros (the rhinoceros was unfamiliar to the Europeans and seemed unicorn-like enough). Abaths have been sighted only in East Asia; only the males can be found in Europe. Both genders are said to possess horns that can be ground into healing antidotes.
|Season 3 Appearances|
|Season 4 Appearances|
|Unseen Wesen in Grimm|
|Afrotherian Wesen||Bhari Kadama|
|Canine Wesen||Lob Hombre, Volkodlak|
|Chimeric Wesen||Ammit, Empousai|
|Feliform Wesen||Abartige Aasfresser, Bastet|
|Feline Wesen||Ukufu Okusheshayo|
|Hexapod Wesen||Khepri, Sairento Shi|
|Meline Wesen||Rotznasig Carcaju|
|Mephitid Wesen||Faeteo fatalis|
|Pantherine Wesen||Rißfleisch, Tefnut|
|Primate Wesen||Amarok, Handwerksburschen|
|Unknown Wesen||Curupira, Fétide Taillader, Gefrierengeber, Leshy, Peau de la Mort, Sangrienta Manos, Schneetmacher, Waage|