Esch may refer to:
- Esch (surname)
- Esch-sur-Alzette, the second largest city in Luxembourg
- Esch-sur-Sûre, a village in Luxembourg
- Esch, Bernkastel-Wittlich, a municipality in the district Bernkastel-Wittlich, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
- Esch, Vulkaneifel, a municipality in the district Vulkaneifel, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
- Esch, Netherlands, a former municipality now part of the municipality of Haaren
- ESCH, NASDAQ symbol for Eschelon Telecom, Inc.
Esch is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- En Esch
- Eric Esch, American boxer better known as Butterbean
- Jim Esch
- Johann Esch (died 1523), one of the first two Lutheran martyrs
- John J. Esch
- Marvin L. Esch (born 1927), U.S. Representative from Michigan
- Nicolaus van Esch (1507–1578), Dutch theologian
- Hansjoachim von der Esch (1899–1976), German explorer
Usage examples of "esch".
Communist Russia won the war of symbols: it succeeded for at least a half-century in providing the symbols of Good and Evil to that great army of Esches who are as avid for values as they are incapable of discriminating among them.
Esch, the Salvation Army girl never learns that Hanna Wendling exists.
In the power-house were several Escher Wyss turbines of great horse-power running at one hundred and forty revolutions a minute and governing hydraulic accumulators which evolved a pressure of fourteen hundred pounds per square inch, passing in three-inch pipes down the shaft and operating four rock drills with hollow cutters of the Brandt type.
Esch and Hotten Sonntag had volunteered, both for the Air Force, but later on, just like me who kept hesitating whether to go into the Navy or not, they were sent to the Panzer Grenadiers, a kind of high-class infantry.
Because they had volunteered for the Army, Hotten Sonntag and Esch were sent to the Labor Service even sooner than I.
Escher ignores their prattle, gulping down the last of what she can possibly hold, and then pausing, considering where she might hide a few nanojoules of extra juice, keeping them safe for some desperate occasion.
We've walled all the galleries in panels of nickel stripped with platinum, and scored the panel surfaces with iterated patterns that the robots run at night, Escher reproductions, mirrors offset for infinite regress, scenes from Earth, you should see it!
The window looks out onto the inner space of the habitat cylinder, up at a sky with hillsides and lakes and forests plastered across it: It's like an Escher landscape, modeled with complete perfection.
This idea caught on as soon as others saw it, and within two days each clear tent floor stood over a flagged parquet with a mosaic design: circuitry maps, pictures of birds and fish, fractal abstracts, Escher drawings, theTibetan calligraphy spelling Om Mani Padme Hum, maps of the planet and of smaller regions, equations, people's faces, landscapes, and so on.
By contrast, the third part of Escher sat pimpling the vacuum polished metal at the very top of the Rim itself, a micrometropolis of diamond bubbles gathered around the thin grooves of an induction Gun.
The peak is pink and flexible and sticks out into the great artery, and flinging her last tendril, Escher grabs hold and pulls in snug, knowing that the chances are lousy that she will ever find anything nourishing here, much less delicious.
Hermann appeared as a creature out of Escher, a segmented worm with six flesher-shaped feet--on legs with elbows-given to curling up into a disk and rolling along the girders of Satellite Pinatubo.
Hermann appeared as a creature out of Escher, a segmented worm with six human-shaped feeton legs with elbowsgiven to curling up into a disk and rolling along the girders of Satellite Pinatubo.
Hermann appeared as a creature out of Escher, a segmented worm with six human-shaped feet-on legs with elbows-given to curling up into a disk and rolling along the girders of Satellite Pinatubo.
Hermann appeared as a creature out of Escher, a segmented worm with six human-shaped feet—.