Here we turn down,” said Richling, “into the way of the Naiads.
He said he would go to a picnic only with nymphs and naiads.
Come, trust thyself with me, fair rival of the youngest of the Naiads!'
Satyrs and Naiads are mentioned, but only as a modern poet might mention them.
But you will say that a Roman has no business to be talking of naiads.
Reference is made to fauns and naiads in Milton's "Lycidas."
But these Ephemeræ, like all other naiads, want working out.
Nymphs of the sea as distinguished from the Naiads, nymphs of streams and lakes.
The floor is covered with hemispherical mounds or domes for the naiads to recline on.
Nymphs and naiads outline their shadowy forms in the mist of every cascade.