Aue is a town in the Free State of Saxony, Germany.
Aue or AUE may also refer to:
- Aue (toponymy), a frequent element in German toponymy meaning "island; river island; wetland"
- Aue (Samtgemeinde), a collective municipality in Uelzen District, Lower Saxony, Germany
- Aue (Weser), a river in Lower Saxony, Germany
- alt.usage.english, a newsgroup
- Australian English or AuE
- Aue, a village in Bad Berleburg, Siegen-Wittgenstein, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
- Andrew User Environment, the user interface of the Andrew Project's Andrew User Interface System
The Aue is a river in northern Germany in the district of Stade in Lower Saxony. It has a length of about 26 km.
The Aue is a meandering stream in Lower Saxony, Germany. It enters Seeburger See by Seeburg and drains it at Bernshausen. A mere creek, it is not navigable. It is a left (west) tributary of the Suhle (a tributary of the Hahle, which is a tributary of the Rhume) in Germershausen, part of Rollshausen. The elevation at the mouth is about 157 m asl. There are a number of small neolithic LBK settlements along its banks.
The Aue is a left, southwestern, tributary of the Oste in northern Lower Saxony, Germany. It is about long.
'''Aue ''' is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany.
The Aue, also known as the Bückeburger Aue, is an approximately 39 km long, eastern tributary of the river Weser in the Schaumburg District of Lower Saxony, and in the Minden-Lübbecke District of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Aue is a Samtgemeinde ("collective municipality") in the district of Uelzen, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Its seat is in the village Wrestedt. It was formed on 1 November 2011 by the merger of the former Samtgemeinden Wrestedt and Bodenteich.
The Samtgemeinde Aue consists of the following municipalities:
- Bad Bodenteich
Category:Samtgemeinden in Lower Saxony
Usage examples of "aue".
Nennius, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Walter Map, Chrestien de Troyes, Robert de Borron, Gottfried von Strassburg, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Hartmann von Aue, Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, Swinburne, and Wagner have all written of these legends in turn, and to these writers we owe the most noted versions of the tales forming the Arthurian cycle.
Germany, capital of the principality of Schaumburg-Lippe, pleasantly situated at the foot of the Harrelberg on the river Aue, 6 m.
Geli knows a friend of a friend who stays out on a farm in the Goldene Aue, a ballooning enthusiast named Schnorp, who is heading toward Berlin.