or Giu·ki


noun (in the Volsunga Saga)

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
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Examples from the Web for gjuki

Historical Examples of gjuki

  • He calls himself Gunnar the son of Gjuki, and finally Brynhild consents to become his wife.

  • In the Guthrnar-rtha again it is stated that Sigurth and the sons of Gjuki had ridden to a gathering and that they slew him then.