German Y·sol·de [ee-zawl-duh] /iˈzɔl də/. Iseult.
a female given name, form of Iseult.

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Historical Examples of yseult

  • "And I want one with red hair, like Evangeline," said Yseult, the youngest.

    Red Hair

    Elinor Glyn

  • Harold did not tell Yseult of the curse that was upon him, for he feared that she would not love him if she knew.

  • Yseult knew that Alfred loved her, but she did not know of the bitter words which Alfred had spoken to Harold.

  • It happened so about that time that Yseult said to Harold, "Wilt thou go with me to-morrow even to the feast in the sacred grove?"

  • So he sent my sister Yseult to Camelot to ask the king to let us have a knight to protect us against a giant with three heads.

    The Man Upstairs

    P. G. Wodehouse

British Dictionary definitions for yseult



a variant spelling of Iseult
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