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Parzival

[pahr-tsi-fahl] /ˈpɑr tsɪˌfɑl/
noun, Teutonic Legend.
1.
Also, Parzifal.
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British Dictionary definitions for Parzival

Parsifal

/ˈpɑːsɪfəl; -ˌfɑːl/
noun
1.
(German myth) the hero of a medieval cycle of legends about the Holy Grail English eqivalent Percival

Parzival

/German ˈpartsifal/
noun
1.
a variant of Parsifal
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Word Origin and History for Parzival

also Parsifal, hero of medieval legends, from Old French Perceval, literally "he who breaks through the valley," from percer "to pierce, break through" (see pierce) + val "valley" (see vale).

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