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  1. wood nymph

    • IPA[ˈwo͝od ˌnimf]
    • n.
      (in folklore and classical mythology) a nymph inhabiting woodland, especially a dryad or hamadryad.;a brown American butterfly of grassy habitats and light woodlands, with large eyespots on the forewings and smaller ones on the hind wings.
    • noun: wood nymph, plural noun: wood nymphs

    • 釋義

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    • 1. (in folklore and classical mythology) a nymph inhabiting woodland, especially a dryad or hamadryad.
    • 2. a brown American butterfly of grassy habitats and light woodlands, with large eyespots on the forewings and smaller ones on the hind wings.
    • 3. a dark-colored, green-throated hummingbird, found from Mexico to Argentina.
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    • n.
      (in folklore and classical mythology) a nymph inhabiting woodland, especially a dryad or hamadryad.

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