M E R · M A I D (noun)
Mermaids are legendary aquatic creatures with the head and torso of a human female and the tail of a fish. In some folklores they are also known as sea witches. Their powers can range from control over the weather to complete power over the sea, the tides, and the moon. Like witches it is also believed they can grant wishes, heal sickness, lift curses, brew magic potions and sometimes can carry a trident.