Brunnhilde



the heroine of Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelungs.
Compare Siegfried.
Brunhild.
Historical Examples

The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
Painted Veils James Huneker
The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
The Valkyries Edward Frederic Benson
Arundel Edward Frederic Benson
Evelyn Innes George Moore
Evelyn Innes George Moore

Brünnhilde [(broohn-hil-duh)]

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