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Definition of nympheas

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Nymphean Nym*phe"an, a. [Gr. ?. See Nymph.] Of, pertaining to, or appropriate to, nymphs; inhabited by nymphs; as, a nymphean cave.

Meaning of nymphea from wikipedia

- the nymphea was built in 1921 to carry cargo along the canals of europe and is a cl****ic dutch design with shallow draft. she presently serves as a luxury
- nymphaea thermarum is the world's smallest water lily. the pads (leaves) of n. thermarum can measure only 1 cm (0.39 in) across, less than 10% the width
- water lilies, 1905, museum of fine arts, boston le b****in des nympheas, 1904, denver art museum water lilies, 1904 water lilies
- le b****in aux nymphéas (water lily pond; 1919) is one of the series of water lilies paintings by french impressionist artist claude monet. it is an oil
- emphasis on timbre and use of electronics alongside traditional instruments; nymphéa (jardin secret iii) (1987), for example, is for string quartet and live
- well-known works created by the company include: cell (1969) forest (1976) nympheas (1976) stabat mater (1976) sphinx (1977) rainbow bandit (1979) run like
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- sagittifolium), underwater stems of kohila (lasia spinosa) and nelum ala (nymphea lotus) and fruits and pods of perennial crops such as bread fruit, young