noun, plural ham·a·dry·ads, ham·a·dry·a·des [ham-uh-drahy-uh-deez]. /ˌhæm əˈdraɪ əˌdiz/.
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Pomona was a Hamadryad, and was so devoted to the care of her trees that she scorned the idea of love.
Such a sad mistake did Dryope once make, and suffered for her carelessness by being changed from a mortal into a Hamadryad.
It is like the bite of a hamadryad,” he said softly, “but there is no mark.The Haunting of Low Fennel|Sax Rohmer
The Hamadryad was born with the tree, flourished and died with it.The Student's Mythology|Catherine Ann White
The hamadryad, as you probably know, is perhaps the deadliest of all Eastern reptiles.Where the Strange Trails Go Down|E. Alexander Powell