Nymphidia

Nymphidia is an Ancient Greek name, the feminine form of Nymphidius, the genitive form of Nymphe or Nympha meaning “bride, bridal, young woman”. Nymphidia later took on the meaning for a beautiful young woman or later to a woman with divine origin. It was used by English poet Michael Drayon (1563-1631) for his poem Nymphidia (The Court of Faery) published in 1627, who was also credited with coining thw word nymphet (meaning little nymph).

Nicknames: Nym, Nydia, Dia

Origin: Ancient Greek

Variants:

  • Nimphidia
  • Nympha (Ancient Greek)
  • Nymphe (Ancient Greek)

 

Male forms:

  • Nymphidius (Ancient Greek)
  • Nymphidios (Ancient Greek)
  • Nymphidanus

 

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