noun Isol·de \i-ˈzōl-də, -ˈsōl-\

Definition of ISOLDE

:  an Irish princess married to King Mark of Cornwall and loved by Tristram
:  the daughter of the King of Brittany and wife of Tristram

Origin of ISOLDE

German, from Old French Isolt, Iseut
First Known Use: 1851


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