- Saint,a.d. c710–780, English missionary and abbess in Germany: feast day May 1.
Also Walburga, Wal·pur·ga [vahl-poo r-gah] /vɑlˈpʊər gɑ/.
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Examples from the Web for walpurgis
It is matched six months away by the festival of May Day and by the eve of Walpurgis Night which precedes it.Joseph Campbell on the Roots of Halloween
October 31, 2014
Zschokke tells a story of a Walpurgis Night dream that is more a vision than a dream.The Book of Hallowe'en
Ruth Edna Kelley
In a word, putting one in mind of the parvenu in the ‘Walpurgis Nacht.’The Romany Rye
Charles, poor lad, had not as yet had much experience of Walpurgis nights.Ravenshoe
There was nothing of Walpurgis in their stereotyped allurement.Carnival
He crossed himself, as he answered laconically: 'Walpurgis nacht.'Dracula's Guest