Sigmund

This article is about the mythological hero Sigmund; for other meanings see: Sigmund (disambiguation). In Norse mythology, Sigmund is a hero whose story is told in the Völsunga saga. He and his sister, Signý, are the children of Völsung and his wife Hljod. Sigmund is best known as the father of Sigurð the dragon-slayer, though Sigurð`s tale ....
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Sigmund

[given name] Sigmund and Siegmund are variants of Sigismund, a German given name meaning `protection through victory`, from Old High German sigu `victory` + munt `hand, protection`. ==People with this name== ==Mythological and fictional characters== ...
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Sigmund

Sigmund and the Sea Monsters) - Friendly sea monster shunned by his family for refusing to frighten humans, star of trippy, puppet-centric 70s TV show created by Sid and Marty Krofft.
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Sigmund

Son of Volsung; brother of Signy, who bore him Sinflotli; husband of Hiordis, who bore him Sigurd.
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