нимфа ; красивая девушка; изящная девушка; куколка ; личинка
- I thought of this hyla as the nymph Echo, a dryad, an invisible sweet voice.
- This is taking a sense of the particular about as far as you can go: man evolving as harmoniously with his landscape as the mayfly nymph evolved in harmony with its stream.
- What Nymph, that's eloquent and gay,
- Instead they cut grass - nasty coarse stuff - belting over the green in fifth gear, Walkman thundering, leaving pubic tufts in the awkward corner by the concrete nymph, then down to the Beetle for a few lagers.
- The NYMPH Salmacis was especially besotted by him, and Ovid (43BC-AD118) wrote that she "prayed that the twain might become one flesh, (from Metamorphoses).
- Very punctually in mid-May, the nymphs will rise from the bed of the river and hatch through a final nymph stage known to fishermen as "duns".
- The yellow may nymph is best adapted for rough boulders, while the marsh brown nymph fits against smooth stones, upon which its gill-like plates press down, thereby creating a vacuum.
- Go seek some Nymph that equals your Degree,
- The two are walking amid flowers and birds, and Phillario asks about the local beauties: "What Nymph, O Shepherd! reigns / The rural Toast of these delightful Plains?"
- It is fitting that the river should, according to legend, be associated with Tamara, a beautiful nymph who in ancient times lived in a cave deep below the earth.
- Iris was most often depicted as a NYMPH with golden, winged sandals and a herald's staff, for she was employed as a messenger for the gods.
- The blue-winged olive nymph lives among weeds such as water crowfoot.
- Not for me your concrete nymph or your plastic heron.