Definition of Lohengrin in English:

Lohengrin

Syllabification: Lo·hen·grin
Pronunciation: /ˈlōənˌɡrin
 
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(In medieval French and German romances) the son of Perceval (Parsifal). He was summoned from the temple of the Holy Grail and taken in a boat to Antwerp, where he consented to marry Elsa of Brabant on condition that she not ask who he was. Elsa broke this condition, and he was carried away again in the boat.

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