Brunhilda

Brunhilda, a masculine queen in the “Nibelungen Lied” who offered to marry the man that could beat her in feats of strength, was deceived by Siegfried into marrying Gunther, and meditated the death of Siegfried, who had married her rival Chriemhilda, which she accomplished by the hand of Hagen. Also a queen of Austrasia, who, about the 7th century, had a lifelong quarrel with Fredegunde, queen of Neustria, the other division of the Frankish world, which at her death she seized possession of for a time, but was overthrown by Clothaire II., Fredegunde's son, and dragged to death at the heels of an infuriated wild horse.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Brunetto-Latini * Bruni, Leonardo
Bruin
Brumaire
Brummell, Beau
Brunck
Brune, G. Marie
Brunel, Sir Isambard
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom
Brunelleschi
Brunetière
Brunetto-Latini
Brunhilda
Bruni, Leonardo
Brünn
Brunnow, Count von
Bruno, Giordano
Bruno, St.
Bruno the Great
Brunonian System
Brunswick
Brunswick, Charles William, Duke of
Brunswick, Frederick William, Duke of

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