[German dahs rahyn-gawlt]
Also Rhine·gold [rahyn-gohld] /ˈraɪnˌgoʊld/.
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The first opera is Rheingold, and it's the Rhine maidens that go swimming about.
The Rheingold is the least sociable of the operas, as there is no entre-act.
"It will not gain for us what the Rheingold will gain," Fafner answered determinedly.
A foe is near who comes to snatch the Rheingold and the ring from thee.
He tamed them with the spell of a magic ring formed of the Rheingold.