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Lorelei, Loreley or Lorelai may also refer to:
- Lorelei (Edmonton), a neighbourhood in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Loreley (Verbandsgemeinde), a Verbandsgemeinde in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
- Lake Lorelei, Ohio, a gated community and census-designated place near Fayetteville, Ohio
- Lorelei is a rock in the Rhine River, a serious hazard for shipping and subject of many legends, poems, and songs.
- 165 Loreley, an asteroid discovered by C. H. F. Peters in 1876
- Loreleia, a mushroom genus named after Lorelei Norvell, an American mycologist
In the Marvel universe, Lorelei may refer to:
- Lorelei (Asgardian), a supporting character appearing mostly in The Mighty Thor and on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Lorelei (Mutate), a mutant supervillain whose first appearance was in X-Men #63
- Lorelei Travis, a minor mutant character appearing in the various titles surrounding the X-Men
- Mantis, who briefly took the name Lorelei as revealed in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2005.
- Lorelai (Suikoden), a character in the Suikoden video game series
- Lorelei (Pokemon), a character from the Pokémon video games
- Mystia Lorelei, a character from the Touhou Project video games
- Lorelei, the aggregate sentience of the Seventh Fonon in Tales of the Abyss video game (although this depiction of Lorelei is male)
- Lorelei, a character from Rise of the Triad. Originally was supposed to appear in DOOM video game.
- Lorelei Rox, a character in the Spirit comic.
- Lorelei, the dog from The Dogs of Babel, about a man who tries to get his dog to speak about the death of his wife
- Lorelei (1935), a romance novel written by the Romanian novelist Ionel Teodoreanu
- Lorelai Gilmore, a character on the American television series Gilmore Girls
- Lorelai "Rory" Gilmore, a character on the American television series Gilmore Girls
- Lorelai "Trix" Gilmore, a character on the American television series Gilmore Girls
- Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean, a 2005 Japanese World War II science fiction film
- Lorelei (musical), a 1974 musical that is a revision of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
- Loreley (opera), an 1890 opera by Alfredo Catalani that is an extensive reworking of Catalani's dramma fantastico "Elda"
- Lorelei (band), a dark rock band from Pittsburgh.
- "Lorelei", a 1933 song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin; it was written for their musical Pardon My English
- "Lorelei" (1960) by Lonnie Donegan. UK #10
- "Lorelei", a 1976 song by Styx on the album Equinox
- "Loreley", a song on Blackmore's Night's 2003 album Ghost of a Rose
- "Lorelei", a song on Cocteau Twins's 1984 album Treasure
- "Lorelei", a song on Comeback Kid's 2003 album Turn It Around
- "Lorelei", a song on Corpus Delicti's 1993 album Twilight
- "Lorelai", a song on Fleet Foxes's 2011 album Helplessness Blues
- "Lorelei", a song on Nina Hagen's 1983 album Angstlos
- "Loreley", a 1981 single by Dschinghis Khan
- "Lorelei", a song on L'Arc-en-Ciel's 1998 album Heart
- "Black Forest (Lorelei)", a song on Mercury Rev's 2005 album The Secret Migration
- "Lorelei", a song by Clara Schumann, another version of Heine's poem, composed in 1843
- "Lorelei", a song on Scorpions's 2010 album Sting in the Tail
- "Lorelei", a song by Friedrich Silcher, the first sung version of Heinrich Heine`s poem, composed in 1837
- "Lorelei", a song on Theatre of Tragedy's 1998 album Aégis
- "Lorelei", a song on The Pogues's 1989 album Peace and Love
- "Lorelei", a song on Tom Tom Club's eponymous 1981 debut album
- "Lorelei", a song on Wishbone Ash's 1976 album New England
- "When Mermaids Cry", a song on Eagle-Eye Cherry's 1998 album Desireless
- Lorelei (name), female given name
- Loreley, pen name of the Mexican writer María Luisa Garza
- Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre, Argentine actress and model
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