dryade

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Etymology[edit]

Old French driade (wood nymph), from Latin dryas, dryadis (dryad), from Ancient Greek δρυάς (druás, dryad), from δρυ̃ς (drũs, oak), from Proto-Indo-European *derew(o)- (tree, wood).

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dryade f (plural dryades)

  1. (Greek mythology) dryad

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