They were exceedingly famous for exploits and accomplishments of every kind; but Lyngvi surpassed all his brothers.
Lyngvi was an island that they often went to to make sport, and they spoke of going there.
Lyngvi, the son of King Hunding, was also a suitor and now invades Sigmund's land.
Lyngvi was the most valiant of the brothers in every onset, though they all fought bravely.
And when he and Lyngvi met, they exchanged many blows and fought with the greatest valour.
Sigurd fought a great battle with Lyngvi, Hunding's son, and his brothers, in which Lyngvi and his three brothers fell.
Then Lyngvi's brothers made a fierce attack and slew many of our men, while others took to flight.
The end of the affair between Sigurth and Lyngvi was that Sigurth made him prisoner and had him fettered.