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Aura, a wind nymph
A 19th Century French School painting tentatively identified as "Hylas and a Nymph" -the encounter of one male and one female suggests the mythological story of the nymph Salmacis seducing the youth Hermaphroditus

A nymph is a kind of female nature entity/spirit in Greek mythology. They are often companions of Greek gods and goddesses. Nymphs can be divided into different kinds, such as:

They are not immortal, like Greek gods or the titans from Greek mythology, but were said to live a long time.

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