Definition of Hamadryades

1. hamadryad [n] - See also: hamadryad



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamadryades

ham-handedly
ham-sandwich
ham actor
ham and eggs
ham e-mail
ham hock
ham it up
ham radio
ham sandwich
ham up
hamachi
hamada
hamadas
hamadryad
hamadryades (current term)
hamadryads
hamadryas
hamadryases
hamal
hamals
hamamelid dicot family
hamamelid dicot genus
hamamelis
hamamelises
hamamelose
hamana-hamana-hamana
hamantasch
hamantaschen
hamantash

Literary usage of Hamadryades

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1. Isidore of Seville on the Pagan Gods (Origines VIII.11) by Katherine Nell Macfarlane (1980)
"... because Isidore inherited the error concerning the hamadryades from him. ... to have read hamadryades with fontium, omitted quae cum silvis nascuntur ..."

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