Tristan

Tristan (Latin & Brythonic: Drustanus; Trystan), also known as Tristram, is the male hero of the Arthurian Tristan and Iseult story. He was a Cornish knight of the Round Table. He is the son of Blancheflor and Rivalen (in later versions Isabelle and Meliodas), and the nephew of King Mark of Cornwall, sent to fetch Iseult back from Ireland to wed t...
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Tristan

(from the article `Performing Arts`) ...the ballet company. Rushton`s own company, Dansk Danseteater, made a successful visit to the Jacob`s Pillow Dance Festival in the U.S. The Royal ...
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Tristan

(from the article `romance`) ...(after 1230?), in which the hero Perlesvaus (that is, Perceval) has Christological overtones and in which the task of knighthood is to uphold and ... ...to seek divine aid through the sacraments, relied on his own prowess, and failed utterly in the quest. This deterioration of character was even ... [2...
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Tristan

Tristram noun (Middle Ages) the nephew of the king of Cornwall who (according to legend) fell in love with his uncle`s bride (Iseult) after they mistakenly drank a love potion that left them eternally in love with each other
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Tristan

[Guinea] Tristan (also: Tristao) is the largest island in the Tristan and Capken Islands, Guinea. Its area is 226 km┬▓. ...
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Tristan

[Henze] Tristan is a six-movement orchestral work by the German composer Hans Werner Henze. Scored for piano, tape and full orchestra, it takes the form of a homage to Richard Wagner`s opera Tristan und Isolde, with the piano providing preludes to a series of widely divergent material, both live and on tape, including direct quotations from...
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Tristan

[name] Tristan or Tristram is a given name of Welsh origin. It originates from the Brythonic name Drust or Drustanus. It derives from a stem meaning `noise`, seen in the modern Welsh noun trwst (plural trystau) and the verb trystio `to clatter`. It became popularized through the character of Tristan, one of the Knights of the Round Table in...
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Tristan

[novella] Tristan is a 1903 novella by German writer Thomas Mann. It contains many references to the myth of Tristan and Iseult. The novella alludes in particular to the version presented in Richard Wagner`s opera of the same name. As such, it can be seen as an ironic paraphrase, juxtaposing the romantic heroism of Wagner`s characters with ...
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Tristan

Legendary Celtic hero of a tragic romance. He fell in love with Isolde, the bride he was sent to win for his uncle King Mark of Cornwall. The story became part of the Arthurian cycle and is the...
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Tristan

Legendary Celtic hero of a tragic romance. He fell in love with Isolde, the bride he was sent to win for his uncle King Mark of Cornwall. The story became part of the Arthurian cycle and is the subject of Richard Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde (1865)
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Tristan

Tristan is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Tristan

Tristan is a Welsh name for boys and girls. The meaning is `loud, worker` The name Tristan is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Although in most countries Tristan is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 40 Tristan`s are girls. Use for the other sex: Trista The name sounds like: Trystan,...
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Tristan

[n] - (medieval legends) the nephew of King Mark of Cornwall who fell in love with his uncle`s bride (Iseult) after they mistakenly drank a love potion that left them eternally in love with each other
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