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Definitions of naiad in various dictionaries:
noun - submerged aquatic plant having narrow leaves and small flowers
noun - (Greek mythology) a nymph of lakes and springs and rivers and fountains
One of the nymphs who lived in and presided over brooks, springs, and fountains.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Nymph of myth|
|Water nymph of myth|
|Water nymph, in mythology|
|Neptune's closest moon|
|Nymph of Greek myth|
|River nymph of Greek myth|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|(in classical mythology) a water nymph said to inhabit a river, spring, or waterfall.|
|(Greek mythology) a nymph of lakes and springs and rivers and fountains|
|submerged aquatic plant having narrow leaves and small flowers of fresh or brackish water|
|The aquatic larva or nymph of a dragonfly, mayfly, or stonefly.|
|A submerged aquatic plant with narrow leaves and minute flowers.|
|Greek Mythology One of the nymphs who lived in and presided over brooks, springs, and fountains.|
|The satellite of Neptune that is closest to the planet.|
|The aquatic nymph of certain insects, such as the mayfly, damselfly, or dragonfly.|
|An aquatic plant of the genus Naias.|
|Naiad might refer to|
In Greek mythology, the Naiads (; Greek: ) are a type of female spirit, or nymph, presiding over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.|
* They are distinct from river gods, who embodied rivers, and the very ancient spirits that inhabited the still waters of marshes, ponds and lagoon-lakes, such as pre-Mycenaean Lerna in the Argolis.
* Naiads were associated with fresh water, as the Oceanids were with saltwater and the Nereids specifically with the Mediterranean, but because the ancient Greeks thought of the world's waters as all one system, which percolated in from the sea in deep cavernous spaces within the earth, there was some overlap. Arethusa, the nymph of a spring, could make her way through subterranean flows from the Peloponnesus, to surface on the island of Sicily.
* The Greek word is (Naiás, pronounced [naa.i.ás]), plural (Naiades, [naa.i.ád.es]) It derives from (náein), "to flow", or (nãma), "running water". "Naiad" has several English pron