What is another word for water spirit?

Pronunciation: [wˈɔːtə spˈɪɹɪt] (IPA)

Water spirit is a term used to describe a supernatural being that inhabits or embodies water bodies. There are various other terms that people have used to refer to water spirits depending on their culture and context. Some synomyns for water spirit include undine, naiad, mermaid, merman, Selkie, ningyo, Kelpie, Rusalka, Siren, and Melusine. Undine is a German water spirit that appears as a beautiful maiden, while naiads are ancient Greek sea nymphs. Mermaids and mermen are perhaps the most common water spirits known, and are found in legends around the world. Selkies are mythical creatures that transform from seals to humans, and ningyo are Japanese water spirits with fish-like features. Kelpie and Rusalka are Scottish and Slavic water spirits respectively, and Siren and Melusine are Greek and French mythological creatures.

Synonyms for Water spirit:

What are the hypernyms for Water spirit?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • hypernyms for water spirit (as nouns)

    • person
      undine.

What are the hyponyms for Water spirit?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

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