Sinfjotli [sin-fyawt-lee] EXAMPLES|WORD ORIGIN noun (in the Volsunga Saga) the son of Signy by her brother Sigmund.
Origin of Sinfjotli Old Norse Sinfjǫtli; etymology uncertain; compare Old High German Sintarvizzilo personal name Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for sinfjotli Historical Examples of sinfjotli
Sigmund now married Borghild, who hated Sinfjotli and poisoned him.
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But Sinfjotli made little enow of it, but drew his sword and slew them both, and cast them into the hall at King Siggeir’s feet.
But the queen said to Sinfjotli, “Why must other men needs drink thine ale for thee?”
Now Sinfjotli drave the point of the sword up into the big stone, and drew it hard along, and the sword bit on the stone.
So Sinfjotli drank, and straightway fell down dead to the ground.