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Dryad

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Noun

1. dryad, wood nymph

a deity or nymph of the woods

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Dryad

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noun plural -ads or -ades (-əˌdiːz)
Greek mythology
a nymph or divinity of the woods

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Dryad

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nounWord forms: plural ˈdryˌads or ˈdryaˌdes (ˈdraɪəˌdiz ; drīˈədēzˌ)
[also D-]; Classical Mythology
any of the nymphs living in trees; wood nymph

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Dryad

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n.
Greek Mythology
A divinity presiding over forests and trees; a wood nymph.

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