Guinevere

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Guin·e·vere

 (gwĭn′ə-vîr′) also Guen·e·vere (gwĕn′-)
n.
The wife of King Arthur and lover of Lancelot according to Arthurian legend.

Guinevere

(ˈɡwɪnɪˌvɪə) ,

Guenevere

or

Guinever

n
(European Myth & Legend) (in Arthurian legend) the wife of King Arthur and paramour of Lancelot

Guin•e•vere

(ˈgwɪn əˌvɪər)

n.
the wife of King Arthur and mistress of Lancelot.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Guinevere - (Arthurian legend) wife of King ArthurGuinevere - (Arthurian legend) wife of King Arthur; in some versions of the legend she became Lancelot's lover and that led to the end of the Knights of the Round Table
Arthurian legend - the legend of King Arthur and his court at Camelot
Translations

Guinevere

[ˈgwɪnɪvɪəʳ] NGinebra
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