Undine (alchemy)

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Undine
Ludwig Michael von Schwanthaler-Water Nymph-1855.jpg

Ondine with harp by Ludwig Michael von Schwanthaler (1855)
GroupingMythological
Sub groupingWater spirit
Elemental
Similar creaturesMermaid
Naiad
Selkie
Siren
HabitatAny body of water
 
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Undine
Ludwig Michael von Schwanthaler-Water Nymph-1855.jpg

Ondine with harp by Ludwig Michael von Schwanthaler (1855)
GroupingMythological
Sub groupingWater spirit
Elemental
Similar creaturesMermaid
Naiad
Selkie
Siren
HabitatAny body of water

Undines (from Latin: Unda—'a wave'), also called ondines, are water elementals in alchemical works of Paracelsus.[1]

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  1. ^ Carole B. Silver, Strange and Secret Peoples: Fairies and Victorian Consciousness, p 38 ISBN 0-19-512199-6

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