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Nysa

[ nahy-suh ]
/ ˈnaɪ sə /
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noun Classical Mythology.

the mountain where Zeus sent the infant Dionysus to protect him from the vindictive wrath of Hera.
one of the Nysaean Nymphs.

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Nysa
/ (ˈnɪsə) /

noun

the Polish name for the Neisse (def. 1)
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