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grail

noun \ˈgrāl\

Definition of GRAIL

1
capitalized :  the cup or platter used according to medieval legend by Christ at the Last Supper and thereafter the object of knightly quests
2
:  the object of an extended or difficult quest

Origin of GRAIL

Middle English greal, graal, from Middle French, bowl, grail, from Medieval Latin gradalis

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