American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Mythology A king of Burgundy and the husband of Brunhild in the Nibelungenlied.
- n. common misspelling of Günther.
- n. A male given name.
- From German Günther (Wiktionary)
“Gunther in the _Nibelungenlied_, etc.), 22: see _Gunnar_, _Gunther_”
“When Imperial forces attack the small border town of Bruhl, Welkin Gunther, son of late General Belgen Gunther, is forced to fight for his life alongside Town Watch captain Alicia Melchiott.”
“Shea Gunther is using a lens to coordinate a fundraising blogathon (I don't think Jerry Lewis is invited, though).”
“Gunther is pictured to the left holding the skin of the corpse that he just peeled off.”
“Gunther is the kind of cop many readers would like to have show up if they were victims of a crime, and what this sturdy series lacks in excitement it makes up for in reassurance.”
“One of my favorite psychological maxims, which I attribute to the psychoanalyst Myron Gunther, is "Every adolescent needs an adult to help him grow up, and it can't be a parent.”
“Joe Gunther is brought back to a murder that happened 30 years ago, one that he worked on.”
“It's a dog's life - Gunther is German Shepherd and one of the world's 10 richest pets and pampered pooches, according to the Times.”
“This finding is surprising in the extreme, as you are the first human beings of record who grade higher than what you call Gunther Two ... or Gunther Second? ”
“Their fantastic CD with Mike Gunther is available from Heart Of A Champion.”
Looking for tweets for Gunther.