In Greek mythology, the Limnades / Leimenides (Λιμνάδες / Λειμενίδες) were a type of Naiad. They lived in freshwater lakes. Their parents were river or lake gods.
The number of Limnades includes but is not limited to:
- The Astakides (αι Ἀστακίδες), nymphs of the Lake Astakos in Bithynia
- Bolbe (Βόλβη), nymph of a Thessalian lake of the same name, also classed as an Oceanid due to her parentage (daughter of Oceanus and Tethys)
- Limnaee (Λιμναία), daughter of the Indian river god Ganges, one of the reputed mothers of Attis
- Pallas (Παλλάς, genitive Παλλάδος)
- Tritonis (Τριτονίς), nymph of the homonymous salt-water lake in Libya, mother of Nasamon and Caphaurus (or Cephalion) by Amphithemis, and, according to an archaic version of the myth, also of Athena by Poseidon.