American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A queen in the Nibelungenlied who is won as a bride by Gunther.
- n. a Valkyrie or a queen in the Nibelungenlied who loved the hero Siegfried; when he deceived her she had him killed and then committed suicide
“[Footnote 1: Brunehault (in modern English histories called Brunhild) was the wife of Sigebert, King of Austrasia (that district of France which lies between the Meuse and the Rhine) and son of Clotaire I.”
“The Nation told several stories like that of Rob Brunhild of West Bloomfield , MI, who lost $275,000 after investing in Lehman structured notes through UBS Bank.”
“The broker implied that the notes were like U.S. Treasuries," said Brunhild.”
“Ben Boxer has created a comic-strip version of The Legend of Brunhild.”
“Brunhild, a mischievous, strong-minded goldfish (the voice of Noah Cyrus, Miley's younger sister), is determined to become a little girl when she's rescued from a jar and befriended by Sosuke (the voice of Frankie Jonas, the Jonas Brothers 'kid brother), a plucky, self-reliant 5-year-old.”
“So I just finished watching Dark Kingdom on sci-fi, that lovely mini series and I really liked it, especially Brunhild, the amazingly beautiful, ass kicking, double-bladed axe wielding valkyrie.”
“Ms. Loken, who plays Brunhild, thinks that tough female roles find her, and not the other way around.”
“Brunhild (Kristanna Loken/Queen of Iceland) kicked a lot of ass.”
“Sworn to Brunhild but separated from her, Eric, now Siegfried, journeys to the kingdom of Burgund, where his broad shoulders catch the eye of Princess Kriemhild (Alicia Witt).”
“Before the lord of the Rhineland took the water to wash his hands, Siegfried did as was but meet, he minded him by his troth of what he had promised, or ever he had seen Brunhild at home in”
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