Definition of Wildgrave. Meaning of Wildgrave. Synonyms of Wildgrave

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Definition of Wildgrave

Wildgrave
Wildgrave Wild"grave`, n. [G. wildgraf or D. wildgraaf. See Wild, and cf. Margrave.] A waldgrave, or head forest keeper. See Waldgrave. The wildgrave winds his bugle horn. --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Wildgrave from wikipedia

- The noble family of the Waldgraves or Wildgraves (Latin: comites silvestres) descended of a division of the House of the Counts of Nahegau in the year...
- called themselves Wildgraves and Raugraves, respectively. They were named after the geographic properties of their territories: Wildgrave (German: Wildgraf;...
- The county of the Bakony (Hungarian: bakonyi erdőispánság) was a royal land in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Bakony forest formed in the 12th century....
- "Prince of Salm-Kyrburg, Sovereign Prince of Ahaus, Bocholt and Gemen, Wildgrave of Dhaun and Kyrburg, Rhinegrave of Stein". John VII (1499–1531) John...
- Jacques de Montreal Fr. Widekind (1271–1279) Gérard de Villers Frédéric wildgrave de Salm (1289) Bertram von Esbeke (1296) Frédéric de Nigrip Frédéric von...
- the marriage between John III (1383–1428) and Adelheid, scion of the Wildgraves of Kyrburg, John V (1476–95) inherited several territories in the Obersalm...
- nembeli (II.) István; d. 1307/09) was a Hungarian noble who served as Wildgrave of Bakony in 1280. He was born into the Trencsén branch of the gens Csák...
- division of the Wildgraves around 1148 (heirs of the Emichones). The first Raugrave was Emich I (ca. 1128-1172), second son of the Wildgrave Emich VI and...
- the history of the Emichones, with the family dividing itself into the Wildgraves, Raugraves and Counts of Veldenz. A Berthold of Stromberg was apparently...
- 1242–1245) Ugod (fl. 1264–1270) Demetrius II (fl. 1277–1285; d. before 1287), wildgrave of Bakony (1281); married N Kőszegi Blessed Maurice (d. 20 March 1336)...
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