51. Νυμφῶν, θυμίαμα ἀρώματα.
To the Nymphs, Goddesses of Fresh Spring Water Sources
Divine connection: aromatics
Νύμφαι, θυγατέρες μεγαλήτορος Ὠκεανοῖο,
Nymphs, daughters of great-hearted Ocean,
ὑγροπόροις γαίης ὑπὸ κεύθεσιν οἰκί' ἔχουσαι,
Watery pathways beneath Gaia concealed, housed in the foundation’s
κρυψίδρομοι, Βάκχοιο τροφοί, χθόνιαι, πολυγηθεῖς,
Hidden paths, nurturers of Bakchos, Ge’s many subterranean divinities,
καρποτρόφοι, λειμωνιάδες, σκολιοδρόμοι, ἁγναί,
Fruit-nurturers, in meadows prevailing, with twisting courses pure,
ἀντροχαρεῖς, σπήλυγξι κεχαρμέναι, ἠερόφοιτοι,
Gracing caves, in grottoes delighting, air-wandering
πηγαῖαι, δρομάδες, δροσοείμονες, ἴχνεσι κοῦφαι,
Upon all the earth running with dewy floating footprints,
φαινόμεναι, ἀφανεῖς, αὐλωνιάδες, πολυανθεῖς,
Manifest powers invisible midst glens of plentiful blooms,
σὺν Πανὶ σκιρτῶσαι ἀν' οὔρεα, εὐάστειραι,
Skipping with Pan, arising, flowing like stars,
πετρόρυτοι, λιγυραί, βομβήτριαι, οὐρεσίφοιτοι,
Streaming from rocks, clear, rumbling, flowing siphons,
ἀγρότεραι κοῦραι, κρουνίτιδες ὑλονόμοι τε,
Country-reigning daughters, woodland watersources, too
παρθένοι εὐώδεις, λευχείμονες, εὔπνοοι αὔραις,
Divinely lovely fragrance released in wintry breaths of air,
αἰπολικαί, νόμιαι, θηρσὶν φίλαι, ἀγλαόκαρποι,
Hilltop roamers, friends of beasts, gloriously fruitful,
κρυμοχαρεῖς, ἁπαλαί, πολυθρέμμονες αὐξίτροφοί τε,
Frost-bestowing, ageless, nurturing the upbringing of countless creatures,
κοῦραι ἁμαδρυάδες, φιλοπαίγμονες, ὑγροκέλευθοι,
Daughters as one with Dryads, fond of playful watery paths,
Νύσιαι, μανικαί, παιωνίδες, εἰαροτερπεῖς,
Nysian-inspiring paeans of springtime joys,
σὺν Βάκχωι Δηοῖ τε χάριν θνητοῖσι φέρουσαι·
With Bakchos  and the Goddesses, too, graciously sustaining mortals.
ἔλθετ' ἐπ' εὐφήμοις ἱεροῖς κεχαρηότι θυμῶι
Come, upon prophecies’ holy joyous spirit,
νᾶμα χέουσαι ὑγεινὸν ἀεξιτρόφοισιν ἐν ὥραις.
Let growth-fostering water flow, in accordance with the Horai.
 Nymphs are beautiful young Goddesses who prevail over a particular location in nature, particularly grottoes (small caves near water) and fresh pure spring water sources, literally “tipping-point/prevailing (Ν) + pure (ύ) + medium-of (μ) + phusis/physics/nature (φ) + αι.”
A nymphaios (νυμφαῖος) is a sanctuary consecrated to the Nymphs of fresh water springs, usually natural grottoes or fountains with architectural backgrounds, often the main water source in an area.
Doric Nymphaeum http://www.romaepiu.it/en/ninfeo-dorico-castel-gandolfo-0/
 Ocean is the immortal God of the oceans.
 Gaia is the immortal Goddess of generative earth, literally “generative (γ) + transcendant (α) + divine-power (ί) + center (η) + ς.”
 Bakchos is the immortal God of wine and its effects, literally "base (Β) + transcending (ά) + core (κ) + foundation (χ) + οιο.
 Ge is the immortal Goddess of generative earth, literally “generative (γ) + center (η).”
 Pan, the immortal God of “All (Παν),” was often depicted as chasing Nymphs. He is illustrated as randy and goatish, frolicking in the wilds, dancing and playing music on his "Pan-pipe."
 Dryads are the beautiful young Nymphs of trees, groves, woods, and forests.
 Nysa is the name of several mountains sacred to Dionysos, the immortal God of wine and its effects.
 Bakchos is another name for the immortal God of wine and its effects.
 The Goddesses are Demeter, the immortal Goddess of agriculture and grains, and her daughter, Kore, Goddess of the seed, new life in Spring, and the afterlife, literally "directing (Δ) + center (η) + entities (οῖ)."
 The Charites are the immortal Goddesses of unearned blessings, literally "foundational (χ) + transcendant (ά) + flow-of (ρ) + divine-power (ι) + ν."
 The Horai are the immortal Goddesses of the seasons, of the natural time for events of nature to occur, literally "bring-forth (ὥ) + flow-of (ρ) + transcending (α) + divine-power (ι) + ς."