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Isolda

[ih-zohl-duh, ih-sohl-] /ɪˈzoʊl də, ɪˈsoʊl-/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Iseult.
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  • We all sat silent, busy with our thoughts, and then Isolda shuddered.

  • No; thank you, said Isolda, firmly, one lot is enough for me.

  • On board Isolda,— see, she smiles— with the cup that reconciles.

    Tristan and Isolda Richard Wagner
  • Nay, order him: pray, understand it:— I, Isolda do command it!

    Tristan and Isolda Richard Wagner
  • She opens the casket; "not that phial," says Isolda, "the other."

    Richard Wagner John F. Runciman
  • Tristan and Isolda know they are wending to death, and are content.

    Richard Wagner John F. Runciman
  • The sublime is again touched when Tristan asks Isolda to follow him and in her answer.

    Richard Wagner John F. Runciman
  • Isolda sends for Tristan and tells him he has wronged her, and begs him to drink the cup of peace with her.

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  • He is himself wounded, and by chance it is Isolda, "a skilful leech," who nurses him back to health.

    Richard Wagner John F. Runciman
  • Kurvenal bellows out a song praising Tristan as the heroic slayer of Isolda's betrothed, Morold.

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