Nibelung

Nibelung, king of the Nibelungen, a mythical Burgundian tribe, the fabulous possessor of a hoard of wealth so inexhaustible that “twelve waggons in twelve days, at the rate of three journeys a day, could not carry it off,” and which he bequeathed to his two sons on his deathbed, by the vanquishing of whom the hoard fell into the hands of the redoubtable hero Siegfried.

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

Niam-niam * Nibelungen Lied
Newman, Francis William
Newport
Newstead Abbey
Newton, Sir Isaac
Newton, John
Newton, Thomas
Ney, Michel
Ngami, Lake
Niagara
Niam-niam
Nibelung
Nibelungen Lied
Nicaragua
Nice
Nice
Nicene Creed
Nicholas
Nicholas, St.
Nicholas I.
Nicholas II.
Nicholson, John

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Nibelung in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable