Gertrude or Gertrud may refer to:

  • The "underwater phone" used by submarines for communication
  • Gertrude (Hamlet), Hamlet's mother
  • Gertrud (novel), by Hermann Hesse
  • Gertrud (play), by Hjalmar Söderberg
  • Gertrud (film), 1964 Danish film based on Söderberg's play
  • Gertrude (Code name), invasion plan for Turkey by Nazi Germany
  • Gertrude (crater), crater on Uranus' moon Titania
  • 710 Gertrud, minor planet

Places named Gertrude:

  • Gertrude, Arkansas
  • Gertrude, California
  • Gertrude, West Virginia

People with Gertrude as the full name:

  • Gertrude of Aldenberg (1227–1297), blessed in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Gertrude of Austria (1226–1288)
  • Gertrude of Babenberg (d. 1150), Duchess of Bohemia
  • Gertrude of Bavaria (d. 1197), Queen of Denmark
  • Gertrude of Brunswick (d. 1117), Markgräfin of Meissen
  • Gertrude of Dagsburg (d. 1225), Duchess of Lorraine
  • Gertrude of Hackeborn (1223–1292), Abbess of Hellfta
  • Gertrude of Hohenburg (d. 1281), Queen of the Romans
  • Gertrude of Merania (1185–1213)
  • Gertrude of Nivelles (626–659)
  • Gertrude of Poland
  • Gertrude of Saxony (d. 1113), Regent of Holland
  • Gertrude of Süpplingenburg, Duchess of Bavaria and Saxony
  • Princess Gertrude, daughter of Henry the Lion
  • Gertrude the Great (1256–1301) known informally as Saint Gertrude
  • Saint Gertrude, also known as Gertrude of Hamage, founder of the convent Hamage near Douai—see Chronological list of saints and blesseds: 7
  • Gertrude of Holland, wife of Robert I, Count of Flanders

People with the given name Gertrude:

  • Gertrude (given name)

Other articles related to "gertrude":

La Symphonie Pastorale - Thematic Analysis
... The story deals with the idea of blindness although Gertrude is evidently blind physically, the pastor himself is blind in his morality, seemingly unaware of the full extent of his ... The pastor treats the love that Jacques feels for Gertrude as a sin without taking into account that he himself, as a married man and a religious figure, has profound emotional ...
Lord Colin Campbell
... Campbell married Gertrude Elizabeth Blood (born 1857), daughter of Irish landowner Edmund Maghlin Blood, in 1881 ... children and were separated in 1884 with an acrimonious legal battle in 1886, resulting in Gertrude's being denied a divorce ... Gertrude Elizabeth became a well-known socialite, writer and wit ...
Church Of Saint Gertrude
... Church of Saint Gertrude might refer to several churches Collegiate Church of Saint Gertrude in Belgium Church of St ... Gertrude, Kaunas in Lithuania St ... Gertrude Roman Catholic Church, Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, USA, listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania St ...
Sveta Gera
... Gertrude") or Trdinov vrh (Slovene "Trdina Peak") along the border between Slovenia and Croatia is the highest peak of the Žumberak/Gorjanci ... Gertrude) after the 15th-century church of Saint Gertrude some hundred meters from the highest point of the peak ...