Lorelei (disambiguation)

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Lorelei is a feminine water spirit, similar to a siren or mermaid, which is rumored to send sailors to their death, by luring them near cliffs with her beautiful singing voice.

Lorelei, Loralei, Loreley or Lorelai may also refer to:

In geography[edit]

In science[edit]

  • 165 Loreley, an asteroid discovered by C. H. F. Peters in 1876
  • Loreleia, a mushroom genus named after Lorelei Norvell, an American mycologist

In comics[edit]

  • 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 (Marvel Comics), who briefly took the name Lorelei
  • Lorelei Rox, a character in The Spirit comic book by Will Eisner

In video games[edit]

In literature[edit]

  • Die Lorelei or Die Lore-Ley (The Lorelei, de:Die Lore-Ley), an 1824 poem by Heinrich Heine that has been set to music by several composers
  • Lorelei Lee, main character of the 1925 novel Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos
  • 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 author Ionel Teodoreanu

In film[edit]

In television[edit]

In music[edit]

"Lorelei," a track from the 2016 3rd mini album "STRANG3R" by Korean girl group Ladies' Code.

People[edit]