In Greek mythology, the Crinaeae (/kraɪˈniː.iː/; Greek Κρηναῖαι) were a type of Naiad nymphs associated with fountains or wells.
The number of Crinaeae includes but is not limited to:
- Appias (Roman mythology)
- Myrtoessa (one of the nurses of infant Zeus, dwelled in a well in Arcadia)
- The Sithnides (a group of nymphs associated with a fountain in Megara)