[ sig-lin-duh, seeg-; German zeek-lin-duh ]
/ sɪgˈlɪn də, sig-; German zikˈlɪn də /
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(in the Nibelungenlied) the wife of Sigmund and mother of Siegfried.
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Words nearby Sieglinde
Siege Perilous, siege piece, Siegfried, Siegfried Line, Sieg heil, Sieglinde, Siegmeister, siemens, Siem Reap, Siena, Sienese
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How to use Sieglinde in a sentence
Sieglinde enters from the inner chamber; she thinks her husband has returned.
Siegmund and Sieglinde appear on the pass, Sieglinde hurrying in front.
"What a Sieglinde she would make, with her beautiful blond complexion and grand figure," returned the tenor with enthusiasm.Melomaniacs|James Huneker
And since to Sieglinde the house was a house of hate, she cared not to make it fair as women do whose heart is at home.
Yet that was enough to put fear into the hearts of all except Sieglinde; and she found there hope and the promise of delivery.