Die Deutschen Heldensagen; (Hagen Und Hilde, Gudrun)

Die Deutschen Heldensagen; (Hagen Und Hilde, Gudrun)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...i.e., in the already settled or fore-ordained course of events; 'But it was otherwise decreed, ' 'But it was not destined so to be.' 8. (c)ej, ip$aui;tmann is not a current term. In present usage $aui;tmaim is a captain in the army, Aapitan a sea-captain. 10. aU biefer fjinblicf te. biefer, 'the latter, ' referring to the last-mentioned subst. with which it can agree, is used when er would be ambiguous. Here er would be taken to refer to the same person as Sr just before, viz. the captain. 27. (c)peermecbfel (K. 862, 1, tin sperwchsel), 'a flying to and fro of spears.' Cf. SBriefwec(ifel, 'interchange of letters, ' 'correspondence.' Page 39. 3. Stun er$0b fic6 erft...: erft, erft red/r, are frequently used to indicate that though what is spoken of, or something like it, has already existed, or may have been supposed to exist in some degree, it now 'first' or 'first rightly' exists or is present, i.e. in a degree with which the past is of little account. They must be rendered according to the context, and sometimes not at all. Here we might render, 'And now indeed there began..., ' or, 'And now there began in earnest....' Cf. 67, 18, n.; 80, 91, n.; 87, 18, n. 8. $emb unb $aube son (r)etbe. $aube, now used only of a woman's cap, formerly meant also a head-covering for men, especially the helm of a soldier, in which latter sense it is still seen in the terms cSturm$aube, gjtcfell)aube, the spiked helmet cf a common soldier. Here it means the cap which was worn as a lining under the hood belonging to the suit of mail, above which came the steel helmet. (Alwin Schulz, Das hofischc Leben zur Zeit der Minnesinger, II. 50, 51.) The magic 'runes' (mystic written signs of the early Teutons) were embroidered on King Ludwig's underclothing by wayshow more

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  • English
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  • 9781236651112