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 Sigun’a.Sikes (Bill). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Si’gurd.
 
The Norse Siegfried (q.v.). He falls in love with Brynhild, but, under the influence of a love-potion, marries Gudrun, a union which brings about a volume of mischief.   1
   Si’gurd the Horny. A German romance based on a legend in the Sagas. An analysis of this legend is published by Weber in his Illustrations of Northern Antiquities. (See SIEGFRIED, Horny.)   2
 


 Sigun’a.Sikes (Bill). 

 
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