Heine

Heine is a German family name. The name comes from "Heinrich" (English: Henry) or the Hebrew "Chayyim" (life).

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Albert Heine (1867–1949), German stage and film actor
  • Alice Heine (1858–1925), princess of Monaco
  • Bernhard Heine (1800–1846), inventor of the osteotome
  • Bill Heine, British radio presenter
  • Cariba Heine (born 1988), Australian actress
  • Carl Wilhelm Heine (1838–1877), surgeon
  • Christian Gottlob Heine (1729–1812), classical scholar and archaeologist
  • Eduard Heine (1821–1881), mathematician
  • Gustav Heine von Geldern, (1812–1886), Austrian publicist
  • Gustav Otto Ludolf Heine, (1868–1959) piano business owner/automobile builder
  • Harry Heine (1928–2004), Canadian maritime and landscape painter
  • Heinrich Heine (1797–1856), German poet
  • Helme Heine (born 1941), German children's book author
  • Jakob Heine, (1800–1879), detector of infantile paralysis
  • Johann Georg Heine (1771–1838), orthopaedist and doctor
  • Jutta Heine (born 1940), German athlete
  • Karl Heine (1819–1888), German lawyer and entrepreneur
  • Pete Heine (born 1928), Louisiana politician
  • Wilhelm Heine (1827–1885), painter and captain in the American Civil War
  • William C. Heine (1911–1991), Canadian author and newspaper editor
  • Joshua P Heine (1989- present), American connoisseur, Litigator

Other articles related to "heine":

List Of Dogs: Bullets & Carnage Characters - Other Characters - Lily
... Lily (リリィ, Ririi?) is Heine's younger "sister", whom Heine's "Dog" persona killed before he left Einstürzen's underground facility ... by Einstürzen, wore a collar around her neck, and shared Heine's berserker tendencies however, she showed less control over herself compared to Heine, who usually ...
Salomon Heine
... Salomon Heine (19 October 1767 – 23 December 1844) was a merchant and banker in Hamburg ... Heine was born in Hanover ... that he was benefactor and patron to his nephew Heinrich Heine ...
Maximilian Meyer Heine
... Maximilian Meyer Heine (November 6, 1807 - November 6, 1879) was a German doctor, who served with the Russian Army during the Russo-Turkish War war and who later became a Russian state ... He was the youngest brother of Heinrich Heine, the famous German romantic poet ...
List Of Dogs: Bullets & Carnage Characters - Antagonists - Giovanni Rammsteiner
... Giovanni Rammsteiner (ジョヴァンニ・ラムシュタイナー, Jovaani Ramushutainā?), Heine's younger "brother", was also subjected to the ... He shares a spine collar similar to Heine's, and bears extraordinary healing abilities ... Giovanni likes to taunt Heine, especially concerning Lily's death, hoping to call out the "Dog" ...

Famous quotes containing the word heine:

    Oh what lies lurk in kisses!
    —Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)

    Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one’s nose.
    —Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)

    Of course God will forgive me; that’s His job.
    —Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)