A maid they offered him, and treasures many, Gudrun, Giuki's youthful daughter.
In all three it is Attila who brings about the death of the brothers of Gudrun.
He turned to the volume and page of her diary which dealt with the drawing down of Gudrun.
And she and the King had one daughter whose name was Gudrun.
Gudrun and the father were busy at the handicraft holiday school there, Ursula was left a good deal with the children.
He saw Gudrun and it was as though he looked upon her for the first time.
Gudrun answers, "I dreamed that naught was so dear to me as this hawk, and all my wealth had I cast aside rather than him."
Now that Sigurd had wed Gudrun he was one with the Nibelungs.
Gudrun is nominally reconciled with Atli, but in secret plans revenge for the death of her brothers.
Then Brynhild knew, all at once, that what Gudrun said was true.