Origin : Norwegian,
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Additional information Brynhild:
Norwegian form of Brynhildr (see BRÜNHILD).
Definition funny of Brynhild:
The fariey word for a sheep. A Brynhild is very good at acting, especially Shakespeare. A Brynhild is most often a blonde. A Brynhild always smells its food before eating it. A Brynhild is a very good looking super slim person who usually thinks they are fat and ugly, when they are the very opposite.
Woah! is that a Brynhild!? Yeah it must be, its beautiful blonde sniffing food!
Songs about Brynhild:
Brynhilds Lied by Faun from the Album Buch der Balladen
Brynhild by Langsomt Mot Nord from the Album Hildring
Brynhild by Jack Dupon from the Album Jesus L'aventurier
Brynhild by Satellite Reboot from the Album Old Saws and Apologues
Brynhild by Jack Dupon from the Album Jesus l'aventurier
Brynhilds Call [Explicit] by Myrkvedr from the Album Son's of Muspell [Explicit]
Books about Brynhild:
Brynhild by H. G. Wells (Jan 20, 2009)
brynhild by wells H. -G (1946)
Brynhild by Methuen and Company limited (1937)
Brynhild. by WELLS (H.-G.). (1111)
Legend of Brynhild (Islandica) by Theodore M. Andersson (Nov 30, 1980)
Brynhild or The Show of Things. by H. G. Well (1937)
Brynhild Or the Show of Things by H. G. Wells (1937)
Wiki information Brynhild:
Brunnhild is a fictional character from the 2004 film Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King.
Brynhild, or The Show of Things is a 1937 novel by H. G. Wells.