Given Name YSEUT

GENDER: Feminine

Meaning & History

Old French form of ISOLDE, appearing in the 12th-century Norman poem 'Tristan' by Béroul.

Categories

Arthurian legend, literature, uncertain etymology
VARIANTS: Iseult, Isolda, Isolde, Ysolt
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Eseld (Cornish), Isolde (English), Yseult (French), Izolda (Georgian), Isolde (German), Isotta (Italian), Iseut (Medieval English), Izolda (Polish), Esyllt (Welsh)