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The Nymphs were minor nature goddesses. This is the second of two Nymph index pages.

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"LADONIDES", THE Naiades of the River Ladon in Arkadia, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece.

NEREID NYMPHE

LAMIDES, THE Naiades of the River Lamos in Kilikia, Anatolia (modern Turkey) or Boiotia in central Greece. They were nurses of the god Dionysos, and his first Bakkhante followers.

LAMPETIA (1) A Nymphe daughter of the sun-god Helios. She tended his sacred flocks of immortal sheep on the mythical island of Thrinakie.

LAMPETIA (2) One of the Nymphai Heliades who were transformed into an amber-weeping poplar trees.

LANGIA The Naias Nymphe of the springs of the town of Nemea in Argos, southern Greece.

LAOMEDEIA One of the fifty Nereides.

"LATINIAI" NAIADES, THE Naiades of the rivers, springs and fountains of Latium (the Roman kingdom) in central Italia.

LEAGORE One of the fifty Nereides.

LEIBETHRIDES, THE Naiades of the springs of Mounts Helikon and Librethrios in Boiotia, central Greece.

LELEGEIDES NYMPHAI, THE Naiades of the region of Lykia in Anatolia (modern Turkey). They transformed the Miletian princess Byblis into a spring.

LEUKE An Okeanis Nymphe who was abducted by the god Haides to Elysium, where she was transformed into a white poplar tree.

LEUKIPPE One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

LIBRETHIAS One of the Leibrethrides, Naiades of the springs of Mount Librethrios in Boiotia, central Greece.

LIBYA (1) The goddess Nymphe of north Africa. She was a daughter of Epaphos (the Egyptian gull-god Apis), loved by Poseidon.

LIBYA (2) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

LIBYES TIMEOROI, THE Three goddess Nymphai protectors of the region of Lake Tritonis in Libya, North Africa.

LILAIA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Lilaia in Phokis, central Greece.

LIMNAEE The Naias Nymphe of an Indian lake.

LIMNOREIA One of the fifty Nereides.

LIRIOPE A Naias or Anthousa (Flower) Nymphe of Phokis in central Greece. She was the wife of the River-God Kephisos.

LOTIS A Naias Nymphe of Mount Othrys in Malis, northern Greece. She fled the amorous embrace of the god Priapos and was transformed into a lotus tree.

"LYKAIAI" NYMPHAI, THE Nine Nymphai Okeanides, Naiades and Dryades of Mount Lykaios in Arkadia, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece. They were nurses of the god Zeus.

LYSIANASSA One of the fifty Nereides.

MAIA The Pleias Star Nymphe of Mount Kyllene in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was the mother of the god Hermes by Zeus.

MAIRA (1) The Star Nymphe of the dog-star Seirios. She was the wife of Tegeates, the founding King of Tegea in Arkadia, southern Greece.

MAIRA (2) One of the Naiades of the River Erasinos in Argos, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece. She was an attendant of the goddess Britomartis.

MAIRA (3) One of the fifty Nereides.

MAKRIS A Nymphe of the island of Euboia in central Greece. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

MELAINE A Naias Nymphe of the springs of Delphoi in Phokis, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon.

MELANIPPE A Nymphe of Mount Pelion in Thessalia, northern Greece. She was a daughter of the kentauros (centaur) Kheiron who was transformed into a mare by the gods.

MELIA (1) An Okeanis Naias Nymphe of Argos in southern Greece (or Thebes, Boiotia in central Greece). She was the wife of the river-god Inakhos.

MELIA (2) The Okeanis Naias Nymphe of the Ismenian spring of Thebes, in Boiotia, central Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon, who slew her brother Kaanthos in the contest for her love.

NYSIADES

MELIA (3) The Naias Nymphe of the Malean peninsular in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was the wife of the god Seilenos.

MELIA (4) The Okeanis Naias Nymphe of the town of the Bebrykes in eastern Bithynia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the god Poseidon.

MELIA (5) The Naias Nymphe of the town of Kios in Bithynia, Anatolia. She was loved by the god Seilenos.

MELIA (6) The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the island of Keos in the Greek Aegean. She was loved by the god Apollon.

MELIAI, THE Nymphai Dryades of the mountain ash-tree, and perhaps honey and bees. They were born from the blood of the castrated Ouranos when it spilt upon the earth. The Meliai were mothers of the Bronze Race of Man.

"MELIAI" NYMPHAI, THE Naiades of the island of Melos in the Greek Aegean, who were turned into frogs by Zeus as punishment for burying the body of the blasphemous Euphorion.

MELIBOIA (1) An Okeanis Nymphe of Arkadia in southern Greece. She was the wife of King Pelasgos.

MELIBOIA (2) An Okeanis Nymphe of Syria in western Asia. She was loved by the River God Orontes.

MELITE (1) A Naias Nymphe of the mythical island of the Phaiakians (sometimes identified with Korkyra). She was loved by the hero Herakles.

MELITE (2) One of the Naiades of the River Erasinos in Argos, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece. She was an attendant of the goddess Britomartis.

MELITE (3) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

MELITE (4) One of the fifty Nereides.

MELOBOSIS One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

MEMPHIS The Naias Nymphe of the town of Memphis in Aigyptos (Egypt), North Africa. She was the wife of King Epaphos.

MENESTHO One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

MENIPPE (1) A Naias Nymphe of the River Peneios in Thessalia, northern Greece. She was the wife of Pelasgos, whose son Phrastor emigrated to Tyrrhenia in Italy.

MENIPPE (2) One of the Nymphai Koronides of Boiotia in central Greece. She and her sister were transformed itno a pair of comets.

MENIPPE (3) One of the fifty Nereides.

MEROPE (1) The Pleias Star Nymphe of the town of Korinthos in southern Greece. She was wife of the wicked king Sisyphos.

MEROPE (2) The Okeanis Nymphe mother of Phaethon by the sun-god Helios. She was usually named Klymene.

MEROPE (3) One of the Nymphai Heliades who were transformed into an amber-weeping poplar trees.

MESSEIS One of the Inakhides, she was the Naias Nymphe of a spring in the town of Argos, in the Peloponnesos, southern Greece.

METHE The Bakkhai Nymphe of drunkenness. She was the wife of King Staphylos.

METHONE (1) The Naias Nymphe of the town of Methone in Pieria, Makedonia, northern Greece. She was the wife of the eponymous King Pieros.

METHONE (2) One of the Nymphai Alkyonides. She was the eponymous Nymphe of the town of Methone in Pieria, Makedonia, northern Greece.

METIOKHE One of the Nymphai Koronides of Boiotia in central Greece. She and her sister were transformed itno a pair of comets.

METIS (1) An Okeanis Nymphe loved by the god Zeus. He swallowed her whole when he learned that she was destined to be a son greater than his father. She nevertheless bore a daughter, Athene, within the belly of the god. Metis was the spirit of wise counsel.

METIS (2) A Naias Nymphe of the River Meles near Smyrna in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the mother of the poet Homer by Maion.

METOPE The Naias Nymphe of the spring of Metope near Stymphalos in eastern Arkadia. She was the wife of the Sikyonian River-God Asopos.

MIDEIA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Aspledon in Boiotia, central Greece. She was loved by the god Poseidon.

MINTHE A Naias Nymphe of Mount Minthe in Elis, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Haides, but as punishment for her boasting was transformed by Persephone or Demeter into a mint-plant.

MOREA One of the eight Nymphai Hamadryades. Her plant was the mulberry tree.

MORIA A Naias Nymphe of the River Hermos in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). When her brother Tylos was slain by a Drakon, she discovered a herb that restored him to life.

MYKALESSIDES, THE Naiades and Oreiades of Mount Mykale in Karia, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

MYKENE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Mykenai in Argos, southern Greece. She was the wife of King Arestor.

MYRTOESSA The Naias Nymphe of a well in the town of Megalopolis in Arkadia, southern Greece.

"MYSIAI" NAIADES, THE Naiades of the springs of the Lake Askanios in Bithynia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). The abducted the handsome youth Hylas when he came to collect water from their spring.

MYSTIS A Bakkhe Nymphe of the island of Euboia in central Greece. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

NAIS The Naias Nymphe of the town of Pyrrhikhos in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was the wife of the god Seilenos.

NAKOLE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Nakoleia in Phrygia, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

NANA A Naias Nymphe of the River Saggarios in Phrygia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was impregnated by a nut which fell from a tree grown from the severed genitals of the Daimon Agdistis.

NAUSITHOE One of the fifty Nereides.

"NAXIAI" NYMPHAI, THE Three Naiades of Mount Drios on the island of Naxos in the Greek Aegean. They were nurses of the god Dionysos.

NEAIRA (1) A Nymphe of the island of the mythical island of Thrinakie loved by the sun-god Helios.

NEAIRA (2) A Naias Nymphe of Edonia in Thrake, north of Greece. She was the wife of the River-God Strymon.

NEAIRA (3) A Naias Nymphe of Mount Sipylos in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the Lydian prince Theiodamas.

"NEAIREIDES", THE Two Nymphai daughters of the sun-god Helios. They tended his herds of sheep and cattle on the mythical island of Thrinakie.

NEDA The Okeanis Naias Nymphe of the River Neda in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was a nurse of the god Zeus.

NEMEA (2) The Naias Nymphe of the town of Nemea in Argos, southern Greece.

NYSIADES

NEMERTES One of the fifty Nereides.

NEOMERIS One of the fifty Nereides.

NEPHELE (1) A Nymphe formed by Zeus out of the clouds in the shape of the goddess Hera. She was raped by the impious King Ixion, and spawned the tribe of Kentauroi (Centaurs).

NEPHELE (2) A Nymphe of Athamantia in Boiotia, central Greece. She was the wife of King Athamas who sent the flying, golden-fleeced ram to rescue her children, when their stepmother conspired to have them sacrificed.

NEPHELE (3) One of the Okeanides in the retinue of the goddess Artemis.

NESAIE One of the fifty Nereides.

NESO One of the fifty Nereides.

NIKAIA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Nikaia in Bithynia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was raped by the god Dionysos.

NOMIA A Nymphe of Mount Nomia in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was the wife of King Lykaon.

NONAKRIS The Naias Nymphe of the town of Nonakris in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was the wife of King Lykaon.

"NYMPHAIIDES", THE Naiades of the River Nymphaios in Paphlagonia, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

NYSA One of the Nysiades, Nymphai of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse and one of the first Bakkhantes of the god Dionysos.

NYSIADES, THE Three, five or six Nymphai Okeanides of mythical Mount Nysa. They were nurses of the god Dionysos.

OEROE The Naias Nymphe of the stream Oeroe of Plataia in Boiotia, central Greece. She was usually named Plataia.

"OGYGIAI" NYMPHAI, THE Four Naiades of the mythical island of Ogygos. They were handmaidens of the goddess Nymphe Kalypso.

OINOE (1) The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the island of Sikinos in the Greek Aegean. She was the wife of King Thoas.

OINOE (2) A Naias Nymphe of Mount Lykaios in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was one of nine Arkadian nurses of the god Zeus.

OINONE A Naias Nymphe of Mount Ida in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the first wife of Prince Paris, whom he abandoned for the love of Helene. She refused to heal him when he had been wounded in the Trojan War, and following his death, killed herself in grief.

OIOLYKA A Halias (Sea) Nymphe daughter of the hundred-handed giant Briareus.

OKYRHOE (1) A Naias Nymphe of the River Imbrasos on the island of Samos. She was raped by the god Apollon who transformed the fisherman Pompilos into a pilot-fish when he attempted to rescue her.

OKYRHOE (2) A Naias Nymphe of the River Saggarios of Phrygia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the local prince Hippomedon.

OKYRHOE (3) A Naias Nymphe of Kolkhis at the eastern end of the Black Sea (modern Georgia) who was loved by the sun-god Helios.

OKYRHOE (4) A Naias Nymphe of the River Kaikos in Teuthrania, southern Mysia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the god Hermes.

OKYRHOE (5) A prophetic Nymphe of Mount Pelion in Thessalia, northern Greece. She was usually named Melanippe.

OKYRHOE (6) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

OPIS One of the Nymphai Hyperboreiai, handmaidens of the goddess Artemis from the mythical northern land of Hyperborea. The name is usually spelt Oupis.

OREITHYIA (1) A Nymphe of the region of Thrake, to the north of Greece. She was an Athenian princess who was carried off to Thrake by the god Boreas to be his immortal wife. She was probably a goddess of chill mountain winds.

NEREIDES

OREITHYIA (2) A Nymphe of Mount Lebanon in Phoinikia, west Asia. She was loved by King Belos.

OREITHYIA (3) One of the fifty Nereides.

ORNEA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Orneai in Sikyonia, southern Greece.

ORPHNE A Nymphe of the underworld. She was the mother of the daimon Askalaphos by the infernal river Akheron.

ORSEIS A Naias Nymphe of the region of Thessalia in northern Greece. She was the wife of King Hellen of the Hellenes (Greeks).

ORTYGIA The Naias Nymphe of the sacred Ortygian grove near Ephesos in Lykia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the nurse of the god Apollon.

"ORTYGIAI" NYMPHAI, THE Naiades of the springs of Syrakousa and the island of Ortygia in Sikilia (Sicily), southern Italia.

OTHREIS A Nymphe of Mount Othrys in Malis, northern Greece. She was loved by the gods Zeus and Apollon.

OUPIS One of the Nymphai Hyperboreiai, handmaidens of the goddess Artemis from the mythical northern land of Hyperborea.

OURANIA One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

OZOMENE The Okeanis Nymphe mother of Iris the rainbow and the storm-wind Harpyiai. She was usually named Elektra.

"PAKTOLIDES", THE Naiades of the River Paktolos in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

PALLAS A Nymphe of the salt-lake Tritonis in Libya, North Africa. She was a childhood companion of the goddess Athena who was accidentally slain during their war games.

PALLENE One of the Nymphai Alkyonides. She was the eponymous Nymphe of the peninsular of Pallene in the Thrakian Khersonesos (north of Greece).

PANOPEIA One of the fifty Nereides.

PAREGORON One of the Okeanides. She was the spirit of soothing words.

PAREIA The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the island of Paros in the Greek Aegean. She was loved by King Minos of Krete.

"PARTHENIA" NAIAS A Naias Nymphe of the River Parthenios in Bithynia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by a local prince named Agamestor.

PASITHEA One of the fifty Nereides.

PASITHOE One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

PEDILE One of the Nysiades, Nymphai of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse and one of the first Bakkhantes of the god Dionysos.

PEGAIA One of the Ionides, Naiades of the healing springs of the River Kytheros in Elis, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece.

PEGASIS The Naias Nymphe of a spring of the River Grenikos in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the Trojan prince Emathion.

PEIRENE The Naias Nymphe of the spring Peirene in the town of Korinthos, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Poseidon.

PEITHO One of the Okeanides. She was the spirit of persuasive and seductive words.

PELIONIDES, THE Naiades of the springs of Mount Pelion in Thessalia, northern Greece. They were nurses of the Kentauroi (Centaurs).

PENELOPEIA A Dryas Nymphe of Mount Kyllene in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was the mother of the god Pan by Hermes.

PERIBOIA (1) The Okeanis Nymphe wife of the Titan Lelantos and mother of the goddess Aura.

PERIBOIA (2) A Naias Nymphe of the region of Lakedaimonia in southern Greece. She was the wife of Prince Ikarios.

PERO A Naias Nymphe of the region of Sikyonia in southern Greece. She bore Poseidon the lame River-God Asopos. Pero was also named Kelouse.

PERSE An Okeanis Nymphe of Persia loved by the sun-god Helios. She was usually named Perseis.

PERSEIS An Okeanis Nymphe of Persia loved by the sun-god Helios. She was the mother of the witches Aeetes, Pasiphae and Kirke.

PETRA One of the Leibrethrides, Naiades of the springs of Mount Librethrios in Boiotia, central Greece.

PETRAIE One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

PEUKE The Naias Nymphe of the island of Peuke at the mouth of the River Istros (Danube) in western Skythia (modern Romania).

PHAETHONIDES, THE Seven Nymphai daughters of the sun-god Helios who were transformed into amber-weeping poplar trees following the death of the their brother Phaethon. They were usually called Heliades.

PHAETHOUSA A Nymphe daughter of the sun-god Helios. She tended his sacred herds of immortal cattle on the mythical island of Thrinakie.

PHAINO One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

PHAIO One of the five Star Nymphai of the constellation Hyades. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

PHAISYLE One of the five Star Nymphai of the constellation Hyades. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

PHARMAKEIA The Naias Nymphe of a poisonous spring near Athens in Attika, southern Greece.

"PHASEIDES", THE Naiades of the streams and marshes of the River Phasis in Kolkhis in the Kaukosos, easternmost Europe.

OREITHYIA

PHEROUSA One of the fifty Nereides.

PHIALE One of the Okeanis companions of the goddess Artemis.

PHIGALIA A Dryas Nymphe of the town of Phigalia in Arkadia, southern Greece.

PHILIA One of the Naiades of Mount Drios on the island of Naxos in the Greek Aegean. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

PHILODIKE An Argive Naias and wife of Leukippos king of Messenia.

PHILYRE An Okeanis Nymphe of Mount Pelion in Thessalia, northern Greece. She was loved by the god Kronos, who transformed her into a horse when their rendeavous was discovered by his wife. She gave birth to the Kentauros (Centaur) Kheiron.

PHOIBE (1) A Hamadryas Nymphe of Libya in North Africa. She was one of the many wives of King Danaus.

PHOIBE (2) One of the Nymphai Heliades who were transformed into an amber-weeping poplar trees.

PHOSTHONIA One of the Nymphai Alkyonides of the Thrakian Khersonesos (north of Greece).

PHRIXA A Naias Nymphe of Mount Lykaios in Arkadia, the Peloponnesos, central Greece. She was one of nine Arkadian nurses of the god Zeus.

PHYSADEIA An Argive Naias and goddess of the spring of Physadeia.

PHYTO One of the Nysiades, Nymphai of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse and one of the first Bakkhantes of the god Dionysos.

PIERIDES, THE Naiades of the springs of Mount Pieros in Pieria, Makedonia, north of Greece.

PITANE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Pitane in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Poseidon.

PITYS An Oreias Nymphe of the region of Arkadia in southern Greece. She transfomed into a pine tree to escape the lascivious pursuit of the god Pan.

PLATAIA The Naias Nymphe of the Gargaphian spring of Plataia in Boiotia, central Greece. She was abducted to the region by the god Zeus.

PLEIADES, THE Seven star Nymphai daughters of the Titan Atlas who formed the constellation Pleiades.

PLEIONE The Okeanis Nymphe of Mount Kyllene in Arkadia. She was the wife of the Titan Atlas, and mother of the Nymphai Pleiades and Hyades.

PLEXAURE (1) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

PLEXAURE (2) One of the fifty Nereides.

PLOTO One of the fifty Nereides.

PLOUTO (1) A Nymphe of Mount Sipylos in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the mother of the impious king Tantalos by Zeus.

PLOUTO (2) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

POLYDORA (1) A Danais & Naias Nymphe. She was the wife of the River Sperkheios in Malis, northern Greece.

POLYDORA (2) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

POLYHYMNO One of the Nysiades, Nymphai of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse and one of the first Bakkhantes of the god Dionysos.

POLYNOME One of the fifty Nereides.

POLYPHE The Okeanis Nymphe mother of the goddess Athena Hippeia by Poseidon.

POLYXO (1) One of the five Star Nymphai of the constellation Hyades. She was a nurse of the god Dionysos.

POLYXO (2) One of the Nysiades, Nymphai of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse and one of the first Bakkhantes of the god Dionysos.

POLYXO (3) A Naias Nymphe of the River Nile in Aigyptos (Egypt), north Africa. She was one of the many wives of King Danaus.

MYSIAN NAIADES

PONTOMEDOUSA One of the fifty Nereides.

PONTOPOREIA One of the fifty Nereides.

POULYNOE One of the fifty Nereides.

PRAXITHEA A Naias Nymphe of the city of Athens in Attika, southern Greece. She was the wife of King Erektheus.

PRONOE One of the fifty Nereides.

PRONOIA An Okeanis Nymphe of Mount Parnassos in Phokis, central Greece. She was the wife of the Titan Prometheus.

PROSYMNA One of the three Asterionides, Nymphai of the River Asterion in Argos, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece. She was a nurse of the goddess Hera.

PROTO One of the fifty Nereides.

PROTOMEDEIA One of the fifty Nereides.

PRYMNO One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

PSALAKANTHA A Nymphe of the island of Ikaria in the Greek Aegean. She was spurned by the god Dionysos and dissuade Ariadne from consorting with the god. As punishment he transormed her into the plany plant.

PSAMATHE One of the fifty Nereides. She was the wife of the sea-god Proteus, and loved by King Aiakos of Aigina.

PSANIS The Naias Nymphe of an Arkadian spring. She may have been the wife of the River Ladon.

PSEKAS One of the Okeanides in the retinue of the goddess Artemis.

PTELEA One of the eight Nymphai Hamadryades. Her tree was the elm.

RHANIS One of the Okeanis Nymphe companions of the goddess Artemis.

RHENE A Nymphe of the island of Samothrake in the Greek Aegean. She was loved by the god Hermes (or perhaps Zeus).

RHETIA A Nymphe of the island of Samothrake in the Greek Aegean. She was the mother of the Samothrakian Korybantes by Apollon.

RHODE The Halias (Sea) Nymphe of the island of Rhodes in the Greek Aegean. She was the wife of the sun-god Helios.

RHODEIA One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

RHODOPE (1) A Naias Nymphe of Kikonia, in Thrake, north of Greece. She and her arrogant husband Haimos were transformed into mountains as punishment for claiming to be Zeus and Hera.

RHODOPE (2) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

RHODOS The Halias (Sea) Nymphe of the island of Rhodes in the Greek Aegean. She was usually named Rhode.

RHOIO A Naias Nymphe of the town of Troy in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the wife of the Trojan King Laomedon. She was usually named Strymo.

"RHYNDAKIDES", THE Naiades of the springs of the River Rhyndakos in Mysia, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

SAGARITIS A Naias Hamadrays Nymphe of the River Saggarios in Phrygia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She had an affair with Attis, the boy consort of Kybele. The goddess felled her tree, slaying the Nymphe, in retribution.

SALAMIS The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the island of Salamis in southern Greece. She was abducted to the island by the god Poseidon.

SALMAKIS The Naias Nymphe of the spring Salmakis of the town of Halikarnassos in Karia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She fell in love with the boy Hermaphroditos and prayed to the gods to be with him forever. The gods combined their two forms to create an hermaphrodite.

SAMIA The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the island of Samos in the Greek Aegean. She was the wife of the island's first king Ankaios.

SAO One of the fifty Nereides.

"SATNIOEIS" NAIAS An unnamed Naias Nymphe of the River Satnioeis in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the Dardanian prince Enops.

SEIRENES, THE Three Naias companions of Persephone. Demeter transformed their bodies \to those of birds to aide them in the search for their abducted mistress. Failing in this endeavour they eventually settled on the island of Anthemoessa and set to luring passing sailors to their death with their irresistable song.

"SERIPHIA" NAIAS An unnamed Naias of the island of Seriphos in the Greek Aegean. She was loved by King Magnes of Magnesia, but emigrated with her two sons to the island.

SINOE An Oreias Nymphe of Mount Sinoe in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was the nurse of the god Pan.

SINOPE The Naias Nymphe of the Greek colony of Sinope in Assyria on the Black Sea, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was carried off to the land by Zeus, but made him swear an oath to protect her virginity. The River-God Halys and Apollon also failed to win her.

SITHNIDES, THE Naiades of the fountain of the town Megara, in Attika, southern Greece.

SKYLLA A Sicilian sea nymphe who was transformed into a monster by the witch Kirke.

SOSE A prophetic Oreias Nymphe of the region of Arkadia in southern Greece. She was the mother of the god Pan by Hermes.

SPARTE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Sparta in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was the wife of King Lakedaimon.

PSANIS

SPEIO One of the fifty Nereides.

"SPERKHEIDES", THE Naiades of the springs of the River Sperkheios on Mount Othrys in Malis, central Greece.

SPHRAGITIDES, THE Naiades or Oreaides of a cavern oracle on Mount Kithairon in Attika, southern Greece.

STEROPE A Pleias Star Nymphe of Pisa in Elis, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Ares.

STILBE The Naias Nymphe of the main town of the Lapithai in Thessalia, northern Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon.

STROPHIA The Naias Nymphe of a spring on Mount Kithairon in Boiotia, central Greece.

STRYMO A Naias Nymphe of the town of Troy in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the wife of the Trojan King Laomedon.

STYX The Okeanis Nymphe or Goddess of the underworld river Styx, and the Arkadian stream (southern Greece) of the same name.

SYKE One of the eight Nymphai Hamadryades. Her tree was the fig.

SYLLIS The Naias Nymphe of the town of Sikyon in Sikyonia, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon.

SYMAITHIS A Naias Nymphe of the River Symaithos in Sicily, southern Italy. She was loved by the god Pan.

SYNALLASIS One of the Ionides, Naiades of the healing springs of the River Kytheros in Elis, the Peloponnesos, southern Greece.

SYRINX A Naias Nymphe of the River Ladon in Arkadia, southern Greece. She transformed into a stand of river-reeds in order to escape the lascivious pursuit of the god Pan.

TANAGRA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Tanagra in Boiotia, central Greece. Hermes defeated Ares in a boxing match in a contest for her love.

TAYGETE The Pleais Star Nymphe of the Taygetos Mountains in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Zeus.

TELEDIKE A Nymphe of the region Argolis in southern Greece. She was the wife of the early king Phoroneus.

TELESTO One of the Nymphai Okeanides. She was perhaps the goddess of success.

TELPHOUSA The Naias Nymphe of the Telphousian spring of Mount Helikon in Boiotia, central Greece. Apollon burried her waters beneath rocks as punishment for trying to trick him into building his temple elsewhere.

TEREINE A Naias Nymphe of the River Strymon in Triballoi, Thrake, north of Greece. She was loved by the god Ares.

THALEIA (1) A Nymphe of Mount Aitna in Sikelia (Sicily), southern Italy. She was loved by the god Zeus, and requested to be hidden beneath the earth to avoid the jealous wrath of Hera. She gave birth to Palikoi, Sicilian geyser-gods.

THALEIA (2) One of the fifty Nereides.

THEBE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Thebes in Boiotia, central Greece. She was abducted to the site of the town by the god Zeus.

THEISOA The Okeanis Naias Nymphe of the springs of the town of Theisoa in Arkadia, southern Greece. She was one of the nurses of the god Zeus.

THELPOUSA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Thelpousa in Arkadia, southern Greece.

"THEMEIDES", THE Three Nymphai daughters of Zeus and Themis who were guardians of various artifacts of the gods.

THEMIS An Arkadian Naias loved by Hermes and the mother of Euander a prince of Arkadia. She was usually named Karmentis.

THEMISTO One of the fifty Nereides.

THEONOE A Halias (Sea) Nymphe daughter of the god Proteus. She was usually named Eidothea.

THERO The Naias Nymphe of the town of Therapne, in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece. She was the nurse of the god Ares.

THESPIA The Naias Nymphe of the town of Thespiae in Boiotia, central Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon.

THESSALIDES, THE Naiades of the River Peneios in Thessalia, northern Greece.

THETIS The goddess Nymphe leader of the Nereides. She was wooed by Zeus and Poseidon, but when it was learned she was destined to bear a son greater than his mother, the gods married her to the mortal King Peleus.

THISBE The Naias Nymphe of the village of Thisbe in Boiotia, central Greece.

THOE (1) One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

THOE (2) One of the fifty Nereides.

THOOSA A Halias (Sea) Nymphe loved by the god Poseidon. She bore him the Kyklops Polyphemos.

THRASSA A Nymphe of the Triballoi tribe of Thrake, north of Greece. She was the wife of King Hipponous.

THRIAI, THE Prophetic Nymphai of Mount Parnassos in Phokis, central Greece. They were minor goddesses of divination by pebbles and birds of omen whom the god Apollon gifted to his brother Hermes.

THRONIE The Naias Nymphe of the town of Abdera in Bistonia, Thrake, north of Greece. She was loved by the god Poseidon.

THYIA A Naias Nymphe of the shrine of Delphoi in Phokis, central Greece. She was loved by the god Apollon.

THYMBRIS A prophetic Nymphe of the region of Arkadia. She was the mother of the god Pan by Zeus.

THYSA The Bakkhe Nymphe of the frenzied orgies of Dionysos.

TIASA The Naias Nymphe of the Tiasa stream in Lakedaimonia, southern Greece.

TITHOREA The Dryas Nymphe of the town of Tithorea in Phokis, central Greece.

TRITEIA A Halias (Sea) Nymphe of the town of Triteia in Akhaia, southern Greece. She was loved by the god Ares.

TRITONIS The Halias (Sea) Nymphe of the salt-water lake Tritonis in Libya, north Africa. She was loved by the god Poseidon, and also married a local king named Amphithemis.

TROIADES NAIADES, THE Naiades of the Rivers of Troy, in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey).

TYKHE One of the Okeanides. She was the spirit of good fortune.

XANTHE One of the Nymphai Okeanides.

ZEUXIPPE A Naias Nymphe of the River Eridanos near Athens in Attika, southern Greece. She was loved by the Athenian lord Teleon.

ZEUXO One of the Nymphai Okeanides.
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