Iseult

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Old French, the name of the queen who fell in love with Tristan in medieval romance Tristan and Iseult; possibly from Celtic, of uncertain meaning, or from Germanic, equivalent to Old High German is (ice) + hiltja (battle).

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Iseult

  1. A female given name.
    • 1988 John Brady, A Stone of the Heart, St Martin's Press, ISBN 0312018290, page 9:
      Just as he finished, the daughter came in, Iseult. A name out of the past, a darkly Celtic presence: jet-black hair, the same as Minogue had had, tall.

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Iseult f

  1. A female given name, cognate to the English Iseult.

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