Definition of Trouvère

1. Noun. A medieval lyric poet using the Northern langue d’oïl (precursor dialects of modern French), as opposed to their older, southern example, the original troubadours, who used langue d’oc (Occitan) ¹



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Definition of Trouvère

1. a medieval poet [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trouvère

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troutlet
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trouveres
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trouveurs
trouvère (current term)
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Literary usage of Trouvère

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1. The Troubadours and Courts of Love by John Frederick Rowbotham (1895)
"The " Brut d'Angleterre " was continued by an anonymous trouvere of Saxon parentage, whose date probably falls in the reign of Henry III. ..."

2. Poems by Clinton Scollard (1914)
"... THE TROUVERE THEY sailed in their long gray galleys, they tossed on the narrow sea, Till dim in the mists of morning were the shores of Normandy. ..."

3. Hills of Song by Clinton Scollard (1895)
"TAILLEFER THE TROUVERE THEY sailed in their long gray galleys, they tossed on the narrow sea, Till dim in the mists of morning were the shores of Normandy. ..."

4. Hills of Song by Clinton Scollard (1895)
"TAILLEFER THE TROUVERE THEY sailed in their long gray galleys, they tossed on the narrow sea, Till dim in the mists of morning were the shores of Normandy. ..."

5. The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and by John Clark Ridpath (1903)
"... a Norman trouvere. About half a century later it was translated into German by Konrad, a Swabian ecclesiastic, and the Rolandslied became nationalized ..."

6. The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical and ...by John Clark Ridpath by John Clark Ridpath (1898)
"... a Norman trouvere. About half a century later it was translated into German by Konrad, a Swabian ecclesiastic, and the Rolandslied became nationalized ..."

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