Palsgravine
Palsgravine Pals"gra*vine`, n. [D. paltsgravin: cf. G. pfalzgrafin.] The consort or widow of a palsgrave. [1913 Webster]

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  • palsgravine — lzgrəˌvēn, ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: Dutch paltsgravin, from paltsgrave + in ine : the wife or widow of a count palatine * * * /pawlz greuh veen , palz /, n. the wife or widow of a palsgrave. [1825 35; < D paltsgravin. See PALSGRAVE …   Useful english dictionary

  • palsgravine — /pawlz greuh veen , palz /, n. the wife or widow of a palsgrave. [1825 35; < D paltsgravin. See PALSGRAVE, INE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • palsgravine — pals·gra·vine …   English syllables

  • palsgravine — pals•gra•vine [[t]ˈpɔlz grəˌvin, ˈpælz [/t]] n. why the wife or widow of a palsgrave • Etymology: 1825–35; < D paltsgravin. See palsgrave, ine IV …   From formal English to slang

  • palsgravine — /ˈpɔlzgrəvin/ (say pawlzgruhveen) noun the wife or widow of a palsgrave. {Dutch paltsgravin} …   Australian English dictionary

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