PELIONIDES Naiads of the springs of Mount Pelion in Thessaly, northern Greece. PERO A Naiad nymph of the region of Sicyonia in southern Greece. HIPPE An Argive Naiad nymph of the spring of Hippe. CRETHEIS (Kretheis) The Naiad nymph of the town of Smyrna in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was the wife of the sea-god Proteus and loved by King Aeacus of AEgina. Add a photo to this gallery. She was the spirit of soothing words. She was a nurse of the goddess Hera. They were probably the same as the Leimenides, a type of Oceanid. ALCINOE (Alkinoe) A Naiad nymph of Mount Lycaeus in Arcadia, the Peloponnese, central Greece. She was the goddess-queen of the sea. CALYPSO (3) (Kalypso) One of the fifty Nereids. She was the personified spirit of persuasive and seductive words. She was the wife of the eponymous King Pierus. She was a nurse of the god Zeus. She was the mother of the impious king Tantalus by Zeus. CYRENE (2) (Kyrene) A nymph of Thrace (north of Greece) loved by the god Ares. Persephone would constantly by accompanied by a duo of flower nymphs when she lived in the Mortal Realm. STEROPE A Pleiad nymph of Pisa in Elis, southern Greece. ¡Hola! She was the wife of the wise centaur Chiron. MAERA (2) (Maira) One of the Naiads of the River Erasinos in Argolis in the Peloponnese. LAMIDES Naiads of the River Lamos in Cilicia, Anatolia (modern Turkey), or Boeotia in central Greece. 8, xxiv. SOSE A prophetic Oread nymph of the region of Arcadia in southern Greece. DORIS (1) The Oceanid nymph wife of the sea-god Nereus and mother of the fifty Nereids. She was one of nine Arcadian nurses of the god Zeus. A nymph that spills her coffee on Persephone. "NEAERIDES" (Neaireides) Two nymph daughters of the sun-god Helius who tended his herds of sheep and cattle on the mythical island of Thrinacia. ENDEIS A nymph of Mount Pelion in Thessaly, northern Greece. Follow. Add a photo to this gallery ORNEA The Naiad nymph of the town of Orneae in Sicyonia, southern Greece. She was the nurse of the Muses and a lover of the god Pan. They were daughters of the wind-god Boreas, or Okeanos, the earth-encircling fresh-water stream. It is unknown if this occurs with all river nymphs. She was the wife of King Staphylus. "CEAN" NYMPHS (Nymphai Keiai) Naiads of the springs and wells of the island of Ceos in the Greek Aegean. "SATNIOEIAN" NAIAD (Naias Satnioeis) An unnamed Naiad nymph of the River Satnioeis in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was abducted to the region by the god Zeus. They were attendants of the goddess Artemis. All of them share a green color scheme. 161 notes Feb 16th, 2020. Nymphs, also referred to as Elves are minor goddesses, with the form of beautiful young maidens. PHYTO One of the Nysiades, nymphs of the mythical Mount Nysa. CELAENO (Kelaino) A Pleiad nymph of Boeotia, central Greece, who was loved by the god Poseidon. She was originally a mortal princess who was seduced by Apollo in the guise of a tortoise. ASTERODEIA The Naiad nymph of a stream in the Caucasus Mountains near the Black Sea. She was a nurse and one of the first Bacchantes of the god Dionysus. Unlike Gods and Goddesses, nymphs do not appear to be immortal, and will die if the part of nature they are tied to is destroyed. NEMEA (2) The Naiad nymph of the town of Nemea in Argos, southern Greece. EUPHEME A Naiad nymph of Mount Helicon in Boeotia, central Greece. CYLLENE (Kyllene) A Naiad or Oread nymph of Mount Cyllene in Arcadia, southern Greece. PSAMATHE One of the fifty Nereids. LILAEA (Lilaia) The Naiad nymph of the town of Lilaea in Phocis, central Greece. CHLORIS (Khloris) An Oceanid nymph of the mythical Islands of the Blessed in the River Oceanus. NOMIA A nymph of Mount Nomia in Arcadia, southern Greece. LAMPADES Torch-bearing nymphs of the underworld. HALIAE (Haliai) Nymphs of the sea, the sands, and the rocky shores. The Nymphs presided over various natural phenomena--from springs, to clouds, trees, caverns, meadows, and beaches. This is the Greek word for changing shape, usually into plants or animals, as in the novel by Kafka and the book of mythology by Ovid. EIDO A Haliad nymph daughter of the god Proteus. She was the mother of the daemon Ascalaphus by the infernal river Acheron. They were usually called daughters of Okeanos and the River-Gods. Nov 9, 2019 - Nymphs are minor deities related to a part of nature. She fell in love with the boy Hermaphroditus and prayed to the gods to be with him forever. SINOE An Oread nymph of Mount Sinoe in Arcadia, southern Greece. PERSE An Oceanid nymph of Persia loved by the sun-god Helius. She was usually named Euboea. This page is about the species. They were a type of Naiad. LOTIS A Naiad nymph of Mount Othrys in Malis, northern Greece. She was the nurse of the god Apollo. MAIA The Pleiad nymph of Mount Cyllene in Arcadia, southern Greece. She was usually named Carmentis. The only confirmed river nymph, Minthe, has hair that becomes watery when she feels strong emotions. In Episode 115, two of these nymphs are destroyed by mortals, which causes Persephone's act of wrath. PEUCE (Peuke) The Naiad nymph of the island of Peuce at the mouth of the River Ister (the Danube) in western Scythia (modern Romania). NAIADS (Naiades) Nymphs of the sources of fresh-water: springs, fountains, streams, rivers, and lakes. As punishment he transormed her into the plany-plant. INACHIDES (Inakhides) Naiads of the river Inachus and the springs of Argolis in the Peloponnese. 69 notes. CYANE (Kyane) The Naiad nymph of a spring in the town of Syracuse in Sicily, southern Italy. TRITEIA A Haliad nymph of the town of Triteia in Achaea, southern Greece. GALENE One of the fifty Nereids nymphs. She was one of the many wives of the Egyptian king Aegyptus. She was raped by the god Apollo who transformed the fisherman Pompilus into a pilot-fish when he attempted to rescue her. CARYA (Karya) One of the eight Hamadryad nymphs. PHAETHUSA (Phaethousa) A nymph daughter of the sun-god Helius who tended his sacred cattle-herds on the mythical island of Thrinacia. Although they were ranked below the gods, they were still summoned to attend the assemblies of the gods on Olympus. She and her sister were transformed itno a pair of comets. She was loved by King Minos of Crete. She was transformed into a stand of river-reeds during the lascivious pursuit of the god Pan. Rachel Smythe's Eisner Award nominated webcomic Lore Olympus is being adapted to an animated TV series by Webtoon and The Jim Henson Company. STROPHIA The Naiad nymph of a spring on Mount Cithaeron in Boeotia, central Greece. She was the wife of the Eleusinian prince Branchus. CLEEIA (Kleeia) One of the five star-nymphs of the constellation Hyades. These are nymphs whose names and/or nymph type have not been shown. She was the nurse of the god Pan. Flower Nymph (Lore Olympus Inspired) BluzetteZira. 615.) NONACRIS (Nonakris) The Naiad nymph of the town of Nonacris in Arcadia, southern Greece. Many of the classes overlapped: for example, the Dryad nymph of a tree growing by a spring was also often the Naiad of the fountain. She was the wife of the Trojan King Laomedon. It can be read here. "PHASEIDES" Naiads of the streams and marshes of the River Phasis in Colchis at the eatern end of the Black Sea. THYMBRIS A prophetic nymph of Arcadia in the Peloponnese. CLEONE (Kleone) The Naiad nymph of the town of Cleonae in Argolis, southern Greece. PLUTO (1) (Plouto) A nymph of Mount Sipylus in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). They were nurses of the god Zagreus. They were also known as Maenads, Bacchae and Bacchantes. She was the eponymous nymph of the town of Methone in Pieria, Macedonia, northern Greece. They were minor goddesses of divination by pebbles and birds of omen which the god Apollo gifted to his brother Hermes. She was usually named Io. HEROPHILOS A nymph daughter of Poseidon and Aphrodite. CALLIRHOE (2) (Kallirhoe) A Naiad nymph of Acarnania in central Greece. The River-God Halys and Apollo also failed to win her. POLYXO (2) One of the Nysiades, nymphs of the mythical Mount Nysa. She was a nurse of the god Zeus. ARGYRA A Halias or Naiad nymph of the town of Argyra in Achaea, southern Greece. AMBROSIA (1) One of the Nysiades, nymphs of the mythical Mount Nysa. A sea nymph at the club talking to Amphitrite. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. She was a daughter of Epaphos (the Egyptian bull-god Apis) loved by Poseidon. She was the mother of the poet Homer by the River Meles. She was loved by the Trojan prince Bucolion. CYMOTHOE (Kymothoe) One of the fifty Nereids. ANTHEDON The Naiad nymph of the town of Anthedon in Boeotia, central Greece. She was loved by the earth-born king Lelex. She was one of the nurses of the god Zeus. OENOE (1) (Oinoe) The Naiad nymph of the main town of the island of Sikinos in the Greek Aegean. She was the wife of Miletus, eponymous-king of the town. OUPIS One of the Hyperborean nymphs, handmaidens of the goddess Artemis, from the mythical northern land of Hyperborea. PHARMACIA (Pharmakeia) The Naiad nymph of a poisonous spring near Athens in Attica, southern Greece. The Hamadryads of Mount Oeta transformed her into a nymph. She refused to heal him when he had been wounded in the Trojan War, and following his death, killed herself in grief. Two nymphs carrying Persephone in a litter. Although they are naturally long-lived, many nymphs can die. ERASINIDES Four Naiads of the River Erasinos in Argolis in the Peloponnese. She was loved by the god Apollo. AURAE (Aurai) The nymphs of the cooling breezes. She was loved by the god Apollo. She was probably an Oread nymph. ARSINOE One of the Nysiades, nymphs of the mythical Mount Nysa. ASOPIDES Twelve or twenty Naiads of the River Asopos in Sicyonia and Boeotia, central and southern Greece. DRYOPE A Hamadryad or Naiad nymph of Mount Oeta in Malis, central Greece. She a nurse of the god Zeus. THISBE The Naiad nymph of the village of Thisbe in Boeotia, central Greece. Her plant was the mulberry tree. She was one of nine Arcadian nurses of the god Zeus. Lore Olympus has been one of the biggest comics on Webtoons thanks to creator Rachel Smythe's reimagining of Greek myths. URANIA (Ourania) One of the Oceanid nymphs. "CARIAN" NAIADS (Naiades Kariai) Naiads of the region of Caria in Anatolia (modern Turkey). Her original name was Ida but was changed to Helice when she was placed amongst the stars as the constellation Ursa Major. She was an attendant of the goddess Britomartis. SINOPE The Naiad nymph of the Greek colony of Sinope in Assyria on the Black Sea, Anatolia (modern Turkey). NYMPHS (Nymphai) Minor goddesses or spirits (daimonaissai) of nature. She was a nurse and one of the first Bacchantes of the god Dionysus. Stylish and immersive, this is one of mythology’s greatest stories -- The Taking of Persephone -- as it’s never been told before. She was the mother of the daemon Ascalaphus by the infernal river Acheron. CALLIANEIRA (Kallianeira) One of the fifty Nereids. OCYRHOE (1) (Ocyrhoe) A Naiad nymph of the River Imbrasus on the island of Samos. She ravished the Theban youth Lapithaon. THEMIS An Arcadian Naiad who was the mother of Evander by Hermes. RHODE The Haliad nymph of the island of Rhodes in the Greek Aegean. They are minor nature deities, typically tied to a certain aspect of nature, such as a plant or river. HECAERGE (Hekaerge) One of the Hyperborean nymphs, handmaidens of the goddess Artemis, from the mythical northern land of Hyperborea. She was loved by the local prince Hippomedon. DIOPATRE A Naiad nymph of Mount Othrys in Malis, central Greece. "PACTOLIDES" (Paktolides) Naiads of the River Pactolus in Lydia, Anatolia (modern Turkey). DAEIRA The Oceanid nymph of the town of Eleusis in Attica, southern Greece. NYMPHAE (Numphai), the name of a numerous class of inferior female divinities, though they are designated by the title of Olympian, are called to meetings of the gods in Olympus, and described as the daughters of Zeus. CORONIS (2) (Koronis) One of the Nysiades, nymphs of the mythical Mount Nysa. CHESIAS (Khesias) A Naiad nymph of the island of Samos in the Greek Aegean. LIRIOPE A Naiad or Anthusa flower-nymph of Phocis in central Greece. GALATEA (Galateia) One of the fifty Nereid nymphs. MELITE (1) A Naiad nymph of the mythical island of the Phaeacians (sometimes identified with Corcyra). She was wife of the wicked king Sisyphus. ASTEROPE (1) A Naiad nymph of the river Cebren in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). PEGAEA (Pegaia) One of the Ionides, Naiads of the healing springs of the River Cytherus in Elis in the Peloponnese. She is often wearing white togas and crown around her head. Another name for Thyiads. CALLIRHOE (3) (Kallirhoe) A Naiad nymph of the town of Troy in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). MEROPE (3) One of the Heliad nymphs who were transformed into amber-weeping poplar trees. She was the eponymous nymph of the town of Anthemos in the Thracian Chersonese (north of Greece). CLEODORA (Kleodora) A Naiad nymph of Mount Parnassus in Phocis, central Greece, who was loved by the god Poseidon. "NAXIAN" NYMPHS (Nymphai Naxiai) Three Naiads of Mount Drios on the island of Naxos in the Greek Aegean. THEONOE A Haliad nymph daughter of the god Proteus. PHOEBE (1) (Phoibe) A Hamadryad nymph of Libya in North Africa. PRONOEA (Pronoia) An Oceanid nymph of Mount Parnassus in Phocis, central Greece. CETO (1) (Keto) An Oceanid Naiad nymph of India loved by the god Poseidon. CRANEIA (Kraneia) One of the eight Hamadryad nymphs. Discover (and save!) They failed in this endeavour and settled on the island of Anthemoessa where they lured passing sailors to their deaths with an irresistable song. SYNALLASIS One of the Ionides, Naiads of the healing springs of the River Cytherus in Elis in the Peloponnese. Although they were ranked below the gods, they were still summoned to attend the assemblies of the gods on Olympus. They were mothers of the Oread nymphs, Satyrs and Curetes. TRITONIS The Haliad nymph of the salt-water lake Tritonis in Libya, north Africa. Nymphs are minor deities related to a part of nature. Amaltheia was usually described as the milk-providing goat of the nurses, rather than a nymph herself. She was the wife of King Aeetes. She was seduced by the god Zeus. EVADNE (Euadne) A Naiad nymph of the town of Argos in the Peloponnese. AESEPIDES (Aisepides) Naiads of the River Aisepos in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). ALEXIRHOE A Naiad nymph of the springs of the River Grenicus on Mount Ida in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). She was loved by the god Poseidon. PHILODICE (Philodike) An Argive Naiad and wife of Leucippus king of Messenia. She was loved by King Magnes of Magnesia but emigrated with her two sons to the island. She was loved by the god Ares. ANCHIROE (1) (Ankhiroe) The Naiad nymph of the town of Megalopolis in Arcadia, southern Greece. CORYCIA (Korykia) The Naiad nymph of the sacred Corycian cave at Delphi in Phocis, central Greece. CLYMENE (1) (Klymene) The Oceanid wife of the Titan Iapetus. Her descendant Cadmus founded the city of Thebes. ABARBAREE A Naiad nymph of the River Aesepus in the Troad, Anatolia (modern Turkey). BALANOS One of the eight Hamadryad nymphs. Od. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | X | Z, Theoi Project © Copyright 2000 - 2017 Aaron J. 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