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Naiad | Definition of Naiad by Merriam-Webster

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Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French naïade, from Latin naiad-, naias, from Greek, from nan to flow — more at nourish. First Known Use: 14th ...

Naiad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A Naiad by John William Waterhouse, 1893; a water nymph approaches the sleeping Hylas.

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Naiad | Define Naiad at Dictionary.com

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noun, plural naiads, naiades [ney-uh-deez, nahy-] ) 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) Classical Mythology. any of a class of nymphs presiding over rivers and ...

Naiad - definition of naiad by The Free Dictionary

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But when the mother asked whether her poor lost child had stopped to drink out of the fountain, the naiad, with weeping eyes (for these water-nymphs had tears to ...

Naiad - Microsoft Research

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The Naiad project is an investigation of data-parallel dataflow computation, like Dryad and DryadLINQ, but with a focus on low-latency streaming and cyclic computations.

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Naiad | Greek mythology | Britannica.com

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Naiad, (from Greek naiein, “to flow”), in Greek mythology, one of the nymphs of flowing water—springs, rivers, fountains, lakes. The Naiads, appropriately in ...

Naiads - Encyclopedia Mythica

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The Naiads were nymphs of bodies of fresh water and were one of the three main classes of water nymphs - the others being the Nereids (nymphs of the Mediterranean Sea ...

Naiad (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History. Naiad was discovered sometime before mid-September 1989 from the images taken by the Voyager 2 probe. The last moon to be discovered during the flyby, it was ...