Why it is thus, one knows in heaven above: But, a poor Naiad, I guess not.
"She looks like a fabled Naiad just risen from the deep," was my criticism on her.
Not so Aimée; her pencil had been busy all the while, but there was no Naiad on her page.
She vanished like a naiad startled by the approach of a mortal.
That is as much to say, then, that the story of my Naiad has displeased the king?
For a fortnight we cruised without seeing any vessel but the Naiad.
Bit of a lake; bathing-shed; the Naiad's bower: pretty water to see.'
In every tree a Dryad165 dwelt, in every wave a Naiad sported.
He had evolved the myth of a water-nymph or naiad, and there he stopped.
What was my surprise, and I almost say my joy, when I saw that the white figure was my naiad?