Meliae

[ mee-lee-ee ]
/ ˈmi liˌi /

plural noun Classical Mythology.

the nymphs born from the blood of Uranus at the time of his mutilation by Cronus; the nymphs of ash trees.

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Origin of Meliae

< Greek melíai, plural of melía manna, ash tree
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