Siegfried

[n] - (Teutonic mythology) mythical German warrior hero of the Nibelungenlied who takes possession of the accursed treasure of the Nibelungs by slaying the dragon that guards it and awakens Brynhild and is eventually killed
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Siegfried

Legendary Germanic and Norse hero. His story, which may contain some historical elements, occurs in the German Nibelungenlied/Song of the Nibelung and in the Norse Elder or Poetic
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Siegfried

noun (German mythology) mythical German warrior hero of the Nibelungenlied who takes possession of the accursed treasure of the Nibelungs by slaying the dragon that guards it and awakens Brynhild and is eventually killed; Sigurd is the Norse counterpart
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Siegfried

(from the article `Luxembourg`) ...called the Bock (Bouc) forms a natural defensive position where the Romans and later the Franks built a fort, around which the medieval town ...
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Siegfried

figure from the heroic literature of the ancient Germanic people. He appears in both German and Old Norse literature, although the versions of his ... [4 related articles]
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Siegfried

Siegfried is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Victorious Peace` Where is it used? The name Siegfried is mainly used In German.If it`s too long people might use In German: SigiSee also In German: Sieglinde The name Siegfried doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Siegfried seems to be uni...
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Siegfried

[play] Siegfried is a play written in 1928 by French dramatist Jean Giraudoux, adapted from his own 1922 novel Siegfried et le Limousin. The novel had launched Giraudoux`s literary career, and now the play based upon it established his reputation as a playwright. `It [Siegfried] marked the beginning of a productive, lifelong collaboration w...
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Siegfried

Siegfried is a German language male given name, composed from the Germanic elements sig `victory` and frithu `protection, peace`. The German name has the Old Norse cognate Sigfriðr, Sigfrøðr, which gives rise to Swedish Sigfrid (hypocorisms Sigge, Siffer), Danish/Norwegian Sigfred. In Norway, Sigfrid is given as a feminine name. The name is...
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Siegfried

[disambiguation] Siegfried is a masculine German given name. Siegfried may also refer to: ...
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Siegfried

Siegfried is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Siegfried

Siegfried (sēg'frēd) or Sigurd (sig'urd) , great folk hero of early and medieval Germanic mythology. His legend, important in several Germanic epics, recounts his killing of the dragon Fafnir, his marriage to Gudrun (or Kriemhild), his love and betrayal of Brunhild, and his tragi...
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Siegfried

Legendary Germanic and Norse hero. His story, which may contain some historical elements, occurs in the German Nibelungenlied/Song of the Nibelung and in the Norse Elder or Poetic Edda and the prose Völsunga Saga (in the last two works, the hero ...
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Siegfried

[opera] ==Composition history== ===Sources=== Siegfried is a man without fear, and he expresses to his foster father Mime his wish to learn to fear. Mime tells him that the wise learn fear quickly, but the stupid find it more difficult. In a letter to his friend Theodor Uhlig, Wagner recounted The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn ...
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