[ nˈe͡ɪe͡ɪdz], [ nˈeɪeɪdz], [ n_ˈeɪ_eɪ_d_z]
How to use "Naiades" in context?
Naiades, also known as nymphs, have captivated poets and storytellers for centuries. These water nymphs are said to live in rivers, ponds, and even cisterns, and are often portrayed as beautiful, seductive creatures. Naiades are sometimes said to be able to change their form, and they are often thought to be able to grant wishes.
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