Parzival

or Par·zi·fal

[ pahr-tsi-fahl ]

nounTeutonic Legend, Arthurian Legend.

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How to use Parzival in a sentence

  • Is Parzival one of those at whose hands 'the Kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence'?

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  • How the news was brought to the land of the Waleis; of the sorrow of Herzeleide; and of the birth of Parzival.

    Parzival (vol. 1 of 2) | Wolfram von Eschenback
  • How Parzival met with Jeschuté, and robbed her of her token, and of the wrath of her husband Orilus.

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  • Of the love of Parzival and Kondwiramur; and how the hero parted from his wife, and went in search of knightly venture.

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  • How Parzival saw the bleeding spear, and all the marvels of the Grail, and how be asked no question.

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British Dictionary definitions for Parzival

Parzival

/ (German ˈpartsifal) /


noun
  1. a variant of Parsifal

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