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Oceanid

[ oh-see-uh-nid ]
/ oʊˈsi ə nɪd /
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noun, plural O·ce·a·nids, O·ce·an·i·des [oh-see-an-i-deez]. /ˌoʊ siˈæn ɪˌdiz/. Classical Mythology.
any of the daughters of Oceanus and Tethys; a sea nymph.
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Origin of Oceanid

<Greek Ōkeanídes daughters of Oceanus (nominative plural of Ōkeanís), equivalent to Ōkean(ós) Oceanus + -ides-id1
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British Dictionary definitions for Oceanid

Oceanid
/ (əʊˈsɪənɪd) /

noun plural Oceanids or Oceanides (ˌəʊsɪˈænɪˌdiːz)
Greek myth any of the ocean nymphs born of Oceanus and Tethys
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