[ ee-suhn-land, -luhnd, ee-zeyn-; German ee-zuhn-lahnt ]
/ ˈi sənˌlænd, -lənd, ˈi zeɪn-; German ˈi zənˌlɑnt /
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(in the Nibelungenlied) the country of Brunhild, usually identified with Iceland.
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Words nearby Isenland
ISDN, -ise, Ise Bay, I see, Isenheim Altarpiece, Isenland, Isenstein, isenthalpic, isentrope, isentropic, Isère
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How to use Isenland in a sentence
"We will go to welcome the fleet," said Brunhild, and together they met the brave Nibelung army and lodged them in Isenland.
Then he watched her depart toward her castle in Isenland, feeling very lonely, and wishing he might follow her.
Word was sent to the lords within the castle to let down the drawbridge, and welcome the strangers to Isenland.
Now Siegfried, as you know, had been in Isenland and knew some of the customs of this wayward Queen.
And Hagen, for he hated the hero, hoped that he might never return alive from Isenland.