Heidrun
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Actually, this name is derived from Old Norse "heiðr" (heath) combined with "rún" (secret). And, the original name in Norse was Heiðrún. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  8/21/2007
This name is not just a name used in mythology; it is also used as a first name in modern Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
-- Lucille  11/22/2009
This name is used and well known in Iceland, in the form of Heiðrún (H-ey-th-roon). [noted -ed]
-- Heidrun  12/30/2013
The name is used in Norway, and Germany.
-- jegharenbumsipanden  3/22/2016
Little, young Heidrun Elisabeth "Heide" Goebbels, born 29 October 1940, was a victim of the Second World War. She was killed by her parents in the "Führerbunkern", Berlin, 1 May 1945, the day both parents committed suicide. She died four years old. Her elder siblings were: Helga, Hildegard "Hilde", Helmut, Holdine "Holde" and Hedwig "Hedda".
-- elliebeth  3/16/2017

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