Tristram

[tris-truh m]
noun
  1. one of the knights of the Round Table, whose love for Iseult, wife of King Mark, is the subject of many romances.
  2. a male given name.
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Tristram

masc. proper name, name of a medieval hero, from Welsh Drystan, influenced by French triste "sad" (see trist).

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