Definition of Wood Nymph in English :

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Wood Nymph meaning in English

Meaning of Wood Nymph in English

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Wood Nymph pronunciation in English

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Wood Nymph

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Noun

1. dryad, wood nymph

a deity or nymph of the woods

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Wood Nymph

see synonyms of wood nymph
noun
one of a class of nymphs fabled to inhabit the woods, such as a dryad

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Wood Nymph

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1. 
any of the nymphs who live in the woods; dryad
2. 
any of certain South American hummingbirds
3. 
any of several small U.S. noctuid moths (genus Euthisanotia) with white-and-brown forewings and yellow hind wings
4. 
satyr (sense 4)

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Wood Nymph

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n.
1. A nymph of the forest; a dryad.
2. Any of various tropical hummingbirds of the genus Thalurania, found in the Americas.
3. Any of various satyrid butterflies, especially Cercyonis pegala of North America, having brownish wings with dark eyespots ringed with yellow.

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