Parzival

Parzival

[pahr-tsi-fahl]
noun Teutonic Legend.
Also, Parzifal.
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Parsifal or Parzival (ˈpɑːsɪfəl, -ˌfɑːl)
 
n
German myth English eqivalent: Percival the hero of a medieval cycle of legends about the Holy Grail
 
Parzival or Parzival
 
n

Parzival (German ˈpartsifal)
 
n
a variant of Parsifal

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Parzival
hero of medieval legends, from O.Fr. Perceval, lit. "he who breaks through the valley," from percer "to pierce, break through" + val "valley."
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