water spirit


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Noun1.water spirit - a fairy that inhabits waterwater spirit - a fairy that inhabits water    
faerie, faery, fairy, fay, sprite - a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
undine - any of various female water spirits
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It is a magic slumber, and she will not wake till you shall bring hither gifts from the Earth, Air, and Water Spirits.
Then with a light heart Thistle journeyed away to the brooks and rivers, seeking the Water Spirits.
At length the broken wing was well, and Thistle said he must again seek the Water Spirits.
The soft sound lulled him to sleep, and when he awoke the boat was gone, and he stood among the Water Spirits, in their strange and lovely home.
Then softly on the breeze came distant music, growing ever nearer, till over the rippling waves came the singing Water Spirits, in their boats of many-colored shells; and as they placed their glittering crown on Thistle's head, loud rang the flowers, and joyously sang the birds, while all the Forest Fairies cried, with silvery voices, "Lily-Bell and Thistledown
In the thriller, Ian portrays a father whose family is being tormented by a malevolent water spirit.
Veneracion portrayed a website reporter who accidentally brings a vindictive water spirit that proceeded to wreak havoc in his home.
The first Fulani to be rich followed the direction of a water spirit to worship and water cows.
Once a Seedling finds a Water Spirit they create an oasis, a place of refuge.
So, draw a line in the sand and fight to protect it with the help of the water spirit Esna.
Since the beginning of Baling Petrochemical Corporation conscientiously implement the Strengthening professional management of Water spirit of the instructions, focus on strengthening enhance the "three bases" work and carry out "water professional competition" and other activities, to strengthen the basis of professional water management.
This is the symbolic representation of the protective water spirit, juata, often also shown as a crocodile.