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- noun In Greek and Roman mythology, the Naiads.
- noun In botany, same as
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Prince Henry Lubomirski, playing on a lyre, with two naiades listening.
In the chalk, marine plants and naiades predominate.
The ancient mythology here seems revived; the naiades are placed on the borders of rivers, the nymphs in woods worthy of them, the tombs beneath Elysian shades, and the statue of Esculapius in the middle of an isle, while that of Venus appears to rise out of the waters: Ovid and Virgil might walk in this enchanting spot, and still believe themselves in the Augustan age.
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J'avais besoin de faire des naiades pour mon modul ...
Symphynota, a new genus of the family of the naiades.
3 And all the troop of lightfoot naiads lightfoot > light-footed naiads > (Or naiades: nymphs of fresh water) 4 Flock all about to see her lovely face:
"It must be entertaining to hear the peculiar phraseology and observe the humorous vulgarities of these _naiades_, if one could do so