Camenae

[kuh-mee-nee]
plural noun, singular Ca·me·na [kuh-mee-nuh] /kəˈmi nə/. Roman Religion.
  1. four wise and prophetic deities or fountain nymphs: Carmenta, Egeria, Antevorta, and Postvorta; later identified with the Greek Muses.
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British Dictionary definitions for camenae

Camenae

pl n
  1. Roman myth a group of nymphs originally associated with a sacred spring in Rome, later identified with the Greek Muses
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