or Giu·ki

noun (in the Volsunga Saga)
  1. a king, the father of Gudrun and Gunnar and the husband of Grimhild.

Origin of Gjuki

< Old Norse Gjūki; compare Old English Gifica, Old High German Gibicho Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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Historical Examples of giuki

  • Time passed and King Giuki died, Gunnar, his son, succeeding him.

    Told by the Northmen:

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  • There was din of the hoofs of gold when the sons of Giuki rode into the Court.

  • "Gunnar, son of Giuki, of the race of the Nibelungs," Sigurd said.

  • All welcomed Sigurd most warmly, and Giuki invited him to tarry awhile.

  • Giuki had now died, and his eldest son, Gunnar, ruled in his stead.