The longer Huldbrand sought undine beneath the shades of night, and failed to find her, the more anxious and confused he became.
Then there is undine, but she only appears on the operatic stage, and that but rarely.
For Arborine loved him, and, like her sister undine in the North, found her soul in loving him.
Here he captured two transports and a light-draught called the undine.
undine is an exquisite creation of the imagination, and universally regarded as a masterpiece in this department of literature.
For the rest, undine daily felt more love for the fair maiden.
Paces to and fro, mechanically putting things in order; sees undine's handkerchief on the ground, and picks it up.
What, then, dear undine, did the master of the fountain wish to say to you?
Each girl is a compromiser, undine being the boldest; she did a lot of shifting and indulged in much cowardly evasion.
undine, faint and pale as death, turned from the parents to Bertalda, from Bertalda to the parents.
1821, from Modern Latin Undina (1650s), coined by Paracelsus ("De Nymphis") for a water spirit in his alchemical system, from Latin unda "a wave" (see water). Popularized by German romance "Undine, eine Erzählung" (1811) by Baron F.H.C. La Motte Fouqué. Undinism (1928) was coined by sex researcher Havelock Ellis to describe the fetish for urine (which Ellis had); nowadays it would be called urophilia.