Isolde of the White Hands

Isolde of the White Hands
[ɪ,zɔldəəvðə'waɪt,hændz]
Изо́льда Бе́лые Ру́ки (персонаж рыцарских романов Артурова цикла [Arthurian Romances]; супруга Тристрама [Tristram], кот. женился на ней, несмотря на свою любовь к Изольде Прекрасной [Isolde the Fair]. Вероломно погубила Тристрама и Изольду Прекрасную)

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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