Undine


Undine

Undine, Undina or Ondine are sometimes interchangeable and may refer to:

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In literature and painting

In music and ballet

  • Sonata Undine, a Romantic sonata for flute and piano (in E-minor) by Carl Reinecke
  • Ondine, a movement of the piano piece Gaspard de la nuit by Maurice Ravel (1906)
  • Ondine, ou La naïade, a ballet with music by Cesare Pugni and choreography by Jules Perrot, first produced in 1843
  • Ondine (ballet), a ballet with music by Hanz Werner Henze and choreography by Frederick Ashton, first produced in 1958 for the Royal Ballet
  • Undine, a prelude for piano by Claude Debussy (1911–13)
  • Ondine, a song by They Might Be Giants, from the EP Back to Skull

In opera

In film

  • Ondine (film), a 2010 film by Irish film maker Neil Jordan
  • The Loves of Ondine, a film by Andy Warhol

In science

In ships

In video games

In popular culture

See also

  • Ondine's curse, a medical condition
  • Undine Barge Club, an amateur rowing club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  • Undine — steht für: Undine (Mythologie), ein weiblicher Wassergeist der Mythologie Undine (Vorname), ein weiblicher Vorname Undine Syndrom, eine Erkrankung des zentralen Nervensystems Undine Award, eine internationale Filmauszeichnung für… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Undine — Un*dine , n. [G. undine, or F. ondin, ondine, from L. unda a wave, water.] One of a class of fabled female water spirits who might receive a human soul by intermarrying with a mortal. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • undine — 1821, from Mod.L. Undina (1650s), coined by Paracelsus ( De Nymphis ) for a water spirit in his alchemical system, from L. unda a wave (see WATER (Cf. water)). Popularized by German romance Undine, eine Erzählung (1811) by Baron F.H.C. La Motte… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Undine — Undine, im mittelalterlichen Volksglauben weibliche Elementargeister des Wassers, die sich gerne mit Sterblichen in Liebesverhältnisse einlassen. Unduliren, sich wellenförmig bewegen; Undulation, eine solche Bewegung, Schwingung;… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • undine — [un dēn′; un′dēn, un′dīn] n. [Ger < ModL Undina, coined by PARACELSUS Philippus Aureolus for a water spirit in his alchemical system < L unda, a wave: see WATER] Folklore a female water spirit who can acquire a soul by marrying, and having… …   English World dictionary

  • undine — /un deen , un deen/, n. any of a group of female water spirits described by Paracelsus. [ < NL undina (1658; coined by Paracelsus), equiv. to L und(a) wave, water + ina INE1] Syn. See sylph. * * * ▪ mythology also spelled  Ondine  …   Universalium

  • Undine — Un|di|ne, die; , n [H. u.]: weiblicher Wassergeist. * * * Undine,   im Wasser hausender weiblicher Elementargeist mit menschlicher Gestalt; die unsterbliche Seele wird U. erst durch Vermählung mit einem irdischen Mann zuteil. Der Name, zuerst im… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Undine — lateinischer Name, Bedeutung: Wassergeist, Nixe, angelehnt an das Märchen von der gleichnamigen Nixe. Bekannt durch die Erzählung »Undine« (1811) von Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué und die gleichnamigen Opern von E. T. A. Hoffmann (1816) bzw.… …   Deutsch namen

  • undinė — undìnė sf. (2) DŽ, TrpŽ, NdŽ; S.Dauk vandens būtybė, vandenė: Kur upelė ar ežerėlis, ten, žiūrėk, pakraščiais undinės vakarais maudosi V.Krėv. Jūrmergės undinės tau kasas šukuos S.Nėr. Iškyla mėnesėtą naktį sala, o toje saloje undinė neregėto… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • undine — noun Etymology: New Latin undina, from Latin unda wave more at water Date: 1819 an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus inhabiting water ; water nymph …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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