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February 4, 2011


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Thanks for that, it's very useful! To be even more irritating... do you happen to have the Rhinemaidens somewhere in your books? The names are Woglinde, Welgunde, and Flosshilde, if that's at all helpful.

Alas, I do not! I've looked through all my sources with no luck. The best I've come up with is Undine, Nymph of the Rhine.

Undine, Nymph of the Rhine? I'd love to see it, si vous plait - I've never heard of a Rhineish Undine. Interesting!

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