Synonyms for sigrun or Related words with sigrun

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Examples of "sigrun"
Sigrun Schleipfer (née Hammerbacher), now referring to herself as "Sigrun Freifrau von Schlichting" or "Sigrun von Schlichting") (daughter of "Völkisch" writer Dr. Hans Wilhelm Hammerbacher ). He is thought to be a former NSDAP district leader
Schleipfer also attended meetings of a related organisation, the "Gode-Orden" (Gothi-Order), which propagated a similar mixture of occult "völkisch" thinking. There he met his wife "Sigrun Schleipfer", née Hammerbacher (1940–2009), daughter of the "völkisch" writer and former NSDAP district leader, Dr. "Hans Wilhelm Hammerbacher". In 1976 the Schleipfers founded the Armanen-Orden (Armanen Order) as the reorganised Guido von List Society. Since then, Adolf and Sigrun have served as the Grandmasters of the Order, although they have divorced and Sigrun now refers to herself as "Sigrun von Schlichting" or "Sigrun Freifrau von Schlichting". They also revived the High Armanen Order (HAO) and brought it to "an unprecedented level of activity".
Schleipfer also attended meetings of a related organisation, the "Gode-Orden" (Gothi-Order), which propagated a similar mixture of occult "völkisch" thinking. There he met his wife "Sigrun Schleipfer", née Hammerbacher (1940–2009), daughter of the "völkisch" writer and former NSDAP district leader, Dr. "Hans Wilhelm Hammerbacher". In 1976 the Schleipfers founded the Armanen-Orden (Armanen Order) as the reorganised Guido von List Society. Since then, Adolf and Sigrun have served as the Grandmasters of the Order, although they have divorced and Sigrun now refers to herself as "Sigrun von Schlichting" or "Sigrun Freifrau von Schlichting". They also revived the High Armanen Order (HAO) and brought it to "an unprecedented level of activity".
Sigrun Richter, Les Accords Nouveaux: "Pierre Gaultier – Les Oeuvres", Rom 1636, ASIN: B000024PKV.
Sigrun Elisabeth Vågeng (born 29 October 1950) is a Norwegian businessperson.
He is survived by his wife, Sigrun Jónasdóttir and five children aged 8-23 years.
Sigrun Slapgard (born 20 October 1953) is a Norwegian journalist and non-fiction writer.
Former presenters include Christian Borch, Annette Groth, Bjørn Hansen, Sigrun Slapgard and Gunnar Myklebust.
Since 1976 Adolf and Sigrun have served as the ""Grandmasters"" of the order.
Sigrun Eng (born 5 June 1951 in Sør-Fron) is a Norwegian politician who belongs to the Labour Party.
Gydja Collection is an Icelandic lifestyle brand headquartered in Reykjavik, founded by the fashion designer Sigrun Lilja in 2007.
In the "Volsunga saga", the kings Högne and Granmar also appear, and in this saga, Högne has the sons Bragi and Dag, and a daughter Sigrun who he had promised to Granmar's son Hothbrodd. However, Sigrun has a suitor, Helgi Hundingsbane who attacks Granmar. Helgi kills both Högne, Bragi, Dag and Granmar's sons Hothbrodd, Gudmund and Starkad.
On 17 January 1919 Nansen married Sigrun Munthe, a long-time friend with whom he had had a love affair in 1905, while Eva was still alive. The marriage was resented by the Nansen children, and proved unhappy; an acquaintance writing of them in the 1920s said Nansen appeared unbearably miserable and Sigrun steeped in hate.
Sigrun Krokvik is the pen name of crime writer Sigrun Karin Christiansen (born 1932). She made her literary debut in 1972 with the thriller "Bortreist på ubestemt tid". She published the novel "Kikkeren" in 1973. She was awarded the Riverton Prize in 1972, and was the first recipient of this prize.
Adolf met Sigrun at meetings of a related organisation, the Gode-Orden (Gothi-Order), which proagated a similar mixture of occult "Völkisch" thinking.
Adolf re-established the Guido-von-List-Society in 1967. In 1976 with his then wife, Sigrun Schleipfer they founded the Armanen-Orden
Sigrun Tara Øverland (born 24 December 1983 in Kristiansand, Norway) is a Norwegian musician (vocals, guitar, lyre, autoharp, among others), lyricist, songwriter and music producer.
Chan plays on a 2006 Joseph Grubaugh and Sigrun Seifert cello made in Petaluma, CA. He previously played a 7/8ths cello made in 1756 by Domenico Busan.
The song was performed in the Icelandic national final by Sigga's sister, Sigrun, who had previously sung with her as a member of the group 'Heart2Heart' at the Eurovision Song Contest 1992. However, bosses at Icelandic television felt that the arrangement of the song would not lead them to victory, therefore a new arrangement was created for the Eurovision Song Contest final by Frank Macnamara, who conducted on the night. Sigrun was replaced with Sigga.
Sigrun Grau (née Ludwigs, also known as Wodars, born 7 November 1965) is an East German former middle distance athlete, who was born Sigrun Ludwigs in Neu Kaliß, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. She started out as a 400 m hurdler in Schwerin, and finished fourth at the 1981 European Junior Championships. She then switched clubs and changed to the 800 m like her new club mate, Christine Wachtel, who would also become her closest rival.