Definition of Perceval in English:

Perceval

Syllabification: Per·ce·val
Pronunciation: /ˈpərsəvəl
 
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A legendary figure dating back to ancient times, found in French, German, and English poetry from the late 12th century onward. He is the father of Lohengrin and the hero of a number of legends, some of which are associated with the Holy Grail. Also called Parsifal.

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