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Sylph, or Sylphids, are invisible beings that float in the air and are known to be elementals of air. There is no known substantial myths related to them, but it's name comes from Parascelo's work, where he describes them as invisible beings. The word Sylph has been passed down for other minor elementals or fairies. Sylph is also referred to a Slender Girl as said in Shakespear's play Midsummer Nights Dream.