Griselda

Griselda or Griseldis, a famous heroine of mediæval tradition; figures in Boccaccio, Petrarch, and Chaucer, and in later dramatists of England, Germany, and Spain; the beautiful daughter of a Piedmontese peasant, she was loved and married by the Marquis Walter of Saluzzo; his jealous affection subjected her to several cruel tests of love, which she bore with “wyfly pacience,” and in the end “love was aye between them twa.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Griqualand, West and East * Grisi, Giulia
Grimm, Baron
Grimm, Jacob Ludwig
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl
Grimm's Law
Grimsby
Grindal, Edmund
Grindelwald
Gringo
Gringore
Griqualand, West and East
Griselda
Grisi, Giulia
Grisnez, Cape
Grisons
Grocyn, William
Grodno
Grolier, Jean
Gröningen
Gronovius
Gros, Antoine Jean, Baron
Grose, Captain Francis

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