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A Naiad is a nymph of springs, flowing waters. The word is rooted in the Greek word "naia", which means flowing.
mecurl  1/22/2006
Naida means the f word in Finnish!
― Anonymous User  4/22/2007
"Naida" means "to marry" in Finnish and "to have sex" in Finnish spoken language.
― Anonymous User  6/25/2008
It depends on the case. Naida is used often and freely in a coarse, vulgar sense, but it -can- mean 'to marry'. It doesn't change the rude association of the name, though.
― Anonymous User  6/27/2015
Character in the young adult book Fathomless by Jackson Pearce. This character is a sea creature, like a Naiad.
PandoraPandora  12/17/2012
Unfortunately, this lovely name also means 'hate' in Latvian.
cdawg  3/8/2018

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