Origin of margrave
OTHER WORDS FROM margravemar·gra·vi·al, adjective
Words nearby margrave
How to use margrave in a sentence
He is referred to by the historian Widukind as a preses, and is sometimes called the “great margrave.”
In Paris, the Margrave favoured her with so little of his company that she felt constrained to inquire the reason.Queens of the French Stage|H. Noel Williams
The Margrave made considerable Augmentations to this House, and render'd it very commodious.
The Margrave's Palace is a great old Pile, but not very commodious, and meanly furnish'd.
These, when the Margrave goes abroad, attend him on horseback, dress'd like Hussurs.