Engel

Engel means angel in some Germanic languages and may refer to:

  • "Engel" (song), performed by Rammstein
  • Engel (role-playing game), a 2002 role-playing game
  • Engel (band), Swedish industrial/melodic death metal band
  • Engel group, in mathematics
  • Engel's theorem, in mathematics
  • Engel expansion, in mathematics
  • Engel curve, in economics

Notable people with the surname Engel include:

  • Albert J. Engel (1888–1959), U.S. Representative from Michigan
  • Beverly Engel, psychotherapist
  • Carl Engel (1883–1944), French-born US composer
  • Carl Ludvig Engel (1778–1840), German-born Estonian/Finnish architect
  • David Engel (actor), Broadway singer, dancer, and actor
  • David Engel (historian), US Holocaust historian
  • Erich Engel (1891–1966), German actor
  • Ernst Engel (1821–1896), German statistician
  • Friedrich Engel (mathematician) (1861–1941), German mathematician
  • Friedrich Engel (SS officer) (1909–2006), Schutzstaffel officer
  • Georgia Engel (born 1948), US film and television actress
  • Heinfried Engel (born 1947), German pole vaulter
  • Howard Engel (born 1932), Canadian mystery writer and producer
  • Jerzy Engel (born 1952), former Polish football manager
  • Joel Engel (composer) (1868–1927), Russian-born Jewish composer
  • Joel S. Engel (born 1936), US engineer and scientist
  • Johann Jakob Engel (1741–1802), German philosophical writer
  • Jules Engel (1909–2003), American filmmaker, artist
  • Julius Engel (1842–1926), German judge and politician
  • Karl Engel (1923–2006), Swiss pianist
  • Karl Engel (footballer) (born 1952), Swiss football goalkeeper
  • Lehman Engel (1910–1982), US composer and conductor
  • Marian Engel (1933–1985), Canadian novelist
  • Maro Engel (born 1985), German auto racing driver
  • Michael S. Engel (born 1971), US paleontologist and entomologist
  • Natascha Engel (born 1967), British Member of Parliament
  • Richard Engel (born 1973), US television journalist and author
  • S. Morris Engel (born 1931), author, philosopher, and linguist

Other articles related to "engel":

Santa Fe Railroad Tugboats - Edward J. Engel Tugboat
... The Engel was built in 1945 for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company by Consolidated Steel Corporation as hull number 1320 ... The Engel had a single screw and a steel hull of dimensions 141.5×29×12.7 ft (43.1×8.8×3.9 m) ... traffic declining as piggy-back truck usage increased, the Santa Fe sold the Engel to John K ...
List Of United States Political Families (E) - The Engels
... Engel (1888–1959), Michigan State Senator 1921–1922 1927–1932, U.S ... Engel, Jr. ... Engel, Jr ...
Susan E. Engel
... Engel is an American business executive ... Engel received her BS degree in industrial and business relations from Cornell University in 1968 and her MBA degree from Harvard Business School in 1976 ... In February 1996 Engel was elected a director of Lenox Group ...
Morris Engel
... Morris Engel (April 8, 1918 - 5 March 2005) was an influential American photographer, cinematographer and filmmaker best known for directing the 1953 film Little Fugitive in ... Engel completed two more features during the 1950s, Lovers and Lollipops (1956) and Weddings and Babies (1960) ... Engel was a pioneer in the use of hand-held cameras and nonprofessional actors in his films, using cameras that he helped design, and his naturalistic ...

Famous quotes containing the word engel:

    Shakespeare was not meant for taverns, nor for tavern louts.
    —Samuel G. Engel (1904–1984)

    Now folks, I hereby declare the first church of Tombstone, which ain’t got no name yet or no preacher either, officially dedicated. Now I don’t pretend to be no preacher, but I’ve read the Good Book from cover to cover and back again, and I nary found one word agin dancin’. So we’ll commence by havin’ a dad blasted good dance.
    —Samuel G. Engel (1904–1984)