Undine (from unda, "wave"), in mediaeval superstition is a water-sprite, corresponding nearly to the nymphs of classical mythology. Paracletus has given several minute rules what to do and how to act when one has happened to marry an Undine, and Friedrich de la Motte Fouque has treated the subject in a German tale entitled Undine.

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