naid

noun na·id \ˈnāə̇d\

Definition of naid

plural

-s

  1. 1 obsolete :  naiad

  2. 2 [New Latin Naid-, Nais genus of annelids from Latin, naiad] :  any of numerous small freshwater annelids constituting Nais and related genera of the order Oligochaeta

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Origin and Etymology of naid

Latin naid-, nais, from Greek, from nan to flow + -id-, -is -id


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