Brunhild



a queen of Isenland and the bride of Gunther, for whom she was won by Siegfried: corresponds to Brynhild in Scandinavian legends.
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Myths and Legends of All Nations Various
Stories of Siegfried Mary MacGregor
The Nibelungenlied Unknown
Stories of Siegfried Mary MacGregor
The Nibelungenlied Unknown
Stories of Siegfried Mary MacGregor
The Nibelungenlied Unknown
Stories of Siegfried Mary MacGregor
The Origin of the Family Private Property and the State Frederick Engels
Myths and Legends of All Nations Various

noun
(in the Nibelungenlied) a legendary queen won for King Gunther by the magic of Siegfried: corresponds to Brynhild in Norse mythology

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