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Gender: Female Meaning of Undine: "little wave" Origin of Undine: Latin

The name Undine is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "little wave". Undine and is often added to lists like Best One-of-a-Kind Names for Girls and discussed in our forums with posts like "The Renesmee Name Game".

From the experts:

Mythological water spirit with the more common spelling of Ondine, heroine of an Edith Wharton novel.

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Famous People Named Undine

Pop Culture References for the name Undine

Title heroine of a popular 1811 novel by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué
Undine Spragg, ruthless social-climbing central character in The Custom of the Country (1913), Edith Wharton's satire on American life; named Undine after the hair-curling tonic that made her father rich
Undine (2013), song by British folk musician Laura Marling, inspired by the German water nymph
Character in the novel 'Goddess of the Sea' by PC Cast
Undyne (the Undying), character in indie video game "Undertale"

Undina, Ondine, Undeen, Undene, Ondina


ImADangAuthor Says:


My crush is named this!

RoddyThlayli Says:


I prefer Ondina, but this isn't bad.

babymagic Says:


Resembles undies just a bit too much, but I can see the appeal and the meaning is pleasant