The mythical animal known as qilin in Chinese is said (at least in Wikipedia & spinoffs) to be called in Tibetan "hariharipo hariharimo." A possible source for this information is :
VON ZACH, Erwin, Ritter. ‘Tibetica’, _The China Review, or, Notes & Queries on the Far East_ 24 (August 1889 – June 1900), N.o 6 (June 1900) : 255–258 (257), according to which:
‘Hari-hari p’o, the male of the unicorn ;
hari-hari-mo, the female of the unicorn
cf. perhaps Sanscrit hari, steed of Indra.’
Can someone please tell me how to write this in Tibetan, or at least in Wiley? and is von Zach's suggested etymology from the (Sanskrit, I presume) steed of Indra plausible?