The eyes of the water-nymph blinked at him through wet-fringed lids.
Arethusa was also the name of a water-nymph inhabiting the spring.
She was a water-nymph and in love with Apollo, who made her no return.
He had evolved the myth of a water-nymph or naiad, and there he stopped.
“Beware, your Majesty,” murmured the water-nymph, threateningly.
Ask the water-nymph to rise dripping from yonder fountain, and exchange a moist pressure of the hand with me!
Yes; they emerge like a water-nymph and a river deity, and paddle hand in hand out of the depths of the dark pool.
For, leaning over the edge of a brook one day, he saw his own beautiful face looking up at him like a water-nymph.
Yes; they emerge like a water-nymph and a river-deity, and paddle hand in hand out of the depths of the dark pool.
A wit suggested that the fair ones don capuchins and repair to the lawn for a water-nymph dance.