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Dryad Names

In Greek mythology, a dryad was a nymph inhabiting a forest or a tree. Typically, their tree of choice was an oak but I think any tree name would work well for this creature. - Created by SparkleNinja18

  • Alani

    Hawaiian (f), “orange tree”

  • Ash

  • Ashley

  • Ashton

  • Aspen

  • Bai

    Chinese (u), “cypress tree, cedar”

  • Björk

    Icelandic (f), “birch tree”

  • Cedar

  • Cypress

  • Elowen

    Cornish, “elm tree”

  • Forest

  • Garland

  • Grove

  • Hadas

    Hebrew (f), “myrtle tree”

  • Hadassah

    Hebrew (f), “myrtle tree”

  • Holly

  • Iva

    Slavic (f), “willow tree”

  • Jelena

    Slavic (f), “fir tree”

  • Jela

    Slavic (f), “fir tree”

  • Kalina

    Bulgarian (f), “viburnum tree”

  • Kiri

    Maori (f), “skin of a tree or fruit”

  • Kauri

    Maori (m), type of tree found in New Zealand

  • Kekoa

    Hawaiian (m), “the warrior; warrior, koa tree”

  • Koa

    Hawaiian (u), “warrior, koa tree”

  • Laurel

  • Lina

    Arabic, “palm tree”

  • Linden

  • Liepa

    Lithuanian (f), “linden tree”

  • Lovorka

    Croatian (f), “laurel tree”

  • Lubna

    Arabic (f), “storax tree”

  • Maple

  • Melia

    Greek, “ash tree”

  • Myrtle

  • Oak

  • Oakley

  • Olive

  • Ornella

    Italian, “flowering ash tree”

  • Oakland

  • Pomona

    Latin, “fruit tree”, Roman goddess of fruit trees

  • Pihla

    Finnish (f), “rowan tree”

  • Randa

    Arabic (f), “scented tree”

  • Rowan

  • Rosewood

  • Sawda

    Arabic (f), “palm-tree garden

  • Taimi

    Finnish (f), “sapling, young tree” or Estonian (f), “plant”

  • Willow