Word: minstrel

Category: minstrel

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Related words: minstrel

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Synonyms: minstrel

musician, singer, balladeer, poet, troubadour, jongleur, bard, folk singer

Translations: minstrel

spanish
juglar, trovador, del trovador, cantor


german
minnesänger, hofsänger, balladensänger

french
ménestrel, troubadour, ménestrels, jongleur

italian
menestrello, giullare, cantastorie, menestrelli

portuguese
menestrel, do minstrel, trovador, harpista

dutch
minstreel, Minstrel, de minstreel, de Minstreel van, speelman

russian
менестрель, поэт, певец

norwegian
trubadur, harpe, harpespiller, harpespiller til

swedish
bard, Minstrel, trubaduren, barden

finnish
minstreli, Väinämöinen, kanteleensoittaja, soittajien

danish
trubadur, Sanger, Skjalden, spillemand

czech
potulný zpěvák, básník, pěvec, potulného zpěváka

polish
minstrel

hungarian
lantos, trubadúr, vándorénekes, énekmondó

turkish
ozan, aşık, Âşık, halk ozanı

greek
αοιδός, ραψωδός, τον αοιδό, αοιδό, μαύρος ηθοποιός

ukrainian
менестрель

albanian
menestrel, poet muzikant

bulgarian
певец, музикант, менестрел, свирач

belarusian
Менестрэль

estonian
menestrel, Minstreli, Neekereiksi maskeerattujen laulajien, Kiertelevä laulja

croatian
guslar, trubadur

icelandic
Minstrel

lithuanian
dainius, Minstrel, gatvės šokėjų, Menestrels, menestrelis

latvian
menestrels, Minstrel

macedonian
свирач

romanian
menestrel, rapsod, trubadur, cântăreț cu harpă

slovenian
pevec

slovak
potulný

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The meaning and "use of": minstrel

noun
  • a medieval singer or musician, especially one who sang or recited lyric or heroic poetry to a musical accompaniment for the nobility.

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