Axël

(from the article `Villiers de L`Isle-Adam, Auguste, comte de`) Axël combines symbolism and occult themes and is set in a German castle. It concerns the lord of the castle, whose cellars hide a mysterious ...
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Axël

[drama] Axël is a drama by Auguste Villiers de l`Isle-Adam published in 1890. It was influenced by his participation in the Paris Commune, the Gnostic philosophy of Georg Hegel as well as the works of Goethe and Victor Hugo. It begins in an occult castle. The Byronic hero Axël meets a Germanic princess. After an initial conflict they fall...
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Axel

[name] Axel is a Scandinavian (Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish) and German male given name, which is also used in parts of the English-speaking world. Its origin is ultimately Hebrew, as it is a Germanized version of Absalom. A French feminine form is Axelle. In Denmark and Norway the spelling form Aksel is more common. ==People calle...
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Axel

Axel is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `exalted, brings peace` The name Axel is most commonly given to French boys. Axel is at number 25 in the top 50 of French boys (average of 10 years data) Use for the other sex: Axelle What do they use in other countries? Axa Axell See also: Avshalom
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Axel

Axel: see Absalon.
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Axel

The axel is a standard movement in figure skating named after its inventor,
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axel

tuck jump turning outward leaving and landing on the same foot.
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