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Gunther

(ˈɡʊntə)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in the Nibelungenlied) a king of Burgundy, allied with Siegfried, who won for him his wife Brunhild. He corresponds to Gunnar in Norse mythology

Gun•ther

(ˈgʊn tər)

n.
(in the Nibelungenlied) a king of Burgundy and the husband of Brunhild: corresponds to Gunnar in the Volsunga Saga.
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Philip Kerr introduced German detective Bernie Gunther in Berlin Noir--a trilogy consisting of March Violets (1989), The Pale Criminal (1990), and A German Requiem (1991); Kerr reprises him for the ninth time in A Man Without Breath, a tightly focused crime novel spanning three violent months in the middle of World War II.