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Definition of Palsgrave

Palsgrave
Palsgrave Pals"grave`, n. [D. paltsgraaf; palts palace (l. palatium) + graaf count; cf. G. pfalzgraf. See Palace, and Landgrave.] (Ger. Hist.) A count or earl who presided in the domestic court, and had the superintendence, of a royal household in Germany.

Meaning of Palsgrave from wikipedia

- A count palatine (Latin comes palatinus), also count of the palace or palsgrave (from German Pfalzgraf), was originally an official attached to a royal...
- John Palsgrave (c. 1485 – 1554) was a priest of Henry VIII of England's court. He is known as a tutor in the royal household, and as a textbook author...
- New York: Palsgrave MacMillan Weber 2015:37-58 in Weber's Rationalism and Modern Society, Tony Waters and Dagmar Waters eds. New York: Palsgrave MacMillan...
- HOPES WERE SAVED THIS LASTING MEMORIAL FOR THOSE TO COME MAXIMILIANVS PALSGRAVE OF THE RHINE RULER OF BOTH BAVARIAS PRINCE OF THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE AND...
- verb for "made into a Reichsfürst" + Graf. Pfalzgraf Count Palatine or Palsgrave (the latter is archaic in English) Pfalz (palatial estate, Palatinate)...
- JSTOR 20061415. Jacques Julien; Susan Baddely (April 2016). "notice John Palsgrave" (in French). CTLF. Retrieved 17 November 2018. Dictionnaire francois...
- Paulsgrave Williams (active 1716-1723, first name occasionally Paul, Palsgrave, or Palgrave) was a pirate who sailed the Caribbean, American eastern seaboard...
- Pfalzgraf (translated both as "Count Palatine" and, historically, as "Palsgrave"), Raugraf ("Raugrave", see "Graf", and Waldgraf (comes nemoris), where...
- rudimentary education prior to his elevation to the peerage in 1525. John Palsgrave grumbled loudly that Henry had been taught to recite his prayers in a...
- 1603, Prince Henry's Men; after 1612, the Elector Palatine's Men or the Palsgrave's Men) was a playing company or troupe of actors in the Elizabethan and...
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