See also: nymphalis

Translingual

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Nymphalis antiopa
(mourning cloak)
 
Nymphalis vaualbum

Etymology

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New Latin, from Latin nympha (a bride or mistress; nymphs, who inhabit the sea, rivers, fountains, woods, trees, and mountains) +‎ -alis

Proper noun

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Nymphalis f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Nymphalidae – tortoiseshells or anglewing butterflies.

Hypernyms

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Hyponyms

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