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Brunhild

[ broon-hilt, -hild, broon- ]
/ ˈbrʊn hɪlt, -hɪld, ˈbrun- /
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noun (in the Nibelungenlied)
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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Also Brun·hil·de [broon-hil-duh], /brʊnˈhɪl də/, Brünnhilde.
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Brunhild

Brnnhilde (German brynˈhɪldə)

/ (ˈbrʊnhɪld, -hɪlt) /

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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