[ee-suh n-land, -luh nd, ee-zeyn-; German ee-zuh n-lahnt]


(in the Nibelungenlied) the country of Brunhild, usually identified with Iceland. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for isenland

Historical Examples of isenland

  • When the Prince had left Isenland he rode on and on until he came to a great mountain.

    Stories of Siegfried

    Mary MacGregor

  • Never before have I seen so noble a company of strangers in Isenland.

  • Had we only our good swords, we might defy this maiden-queen and all her Isenland.

  • With them there walked good knights from Isenland, Brunhild's men-at-arms, five hundred or more, who bore swords in hand.

  • But old Hagen bit his unshorn lip, and cursed the day that had brought them to Isenland.