- Leimakids, Limnades, Oceanids, Dryads, Nephele). .
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- Leimakid. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search In Greek Mythology, Leimakids were nymphs of meadows.
- Leimakid - Monstropedia - the largest encyclopedia about monsters
- Apr 18, 2007 In Greek mythology, Leimakids were nymphs of meadows. Retrieved from "http:// www.monstropedia.
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- Sep 24, 2007 And there she met the nymph of that meadow — one of the rare leimakids, called Divia.
- Quiz - What Is Your Nymph Type? - YouThink.com
- My Results: Land Nymph Land nymphs come in many varieties such as Auloniads (pastures), Leimakids (meadows), and Napaeae (mountain valleys, glens).
- Leimakid. Leimakids or Leimoniads are nymphs of meadows.
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