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Tristan is a Knight of the Round Table in Arthurian legend.
Tristan may also refer to:
- Tristan, 12th-century French poem by Thomas of Britain
- Tristan, 12th-century French poem by Béroul
- Tristan, 13th-century German poem by Gottfried von Strassburg
- Tristan (novella), novella by Thomas Mann
- Tristan (Henze), composition for piano, tape and orchestra by Hans Werner Henze
- "Tristan" (song), by Patrick Wolf from his second album Wind in the Wires
- The Tristan chord, a variant on the half-diminished chord
- Tristam, an electro music artist producing for the label Monstercat.
- TRISTAN, a particle accelerator in Japan that was the first site to confirm vacuum polarization around an electron
- Tristan (Guinea), the largest island in the Tristan and Capken Islands
- Tristan (name), a moderately common male given name
- Tristan (horse), a British Thoroughbred racehorse
- Tristan da Cunha, a British volcanic island and eponymous archipelago in the mid-south Atlantic, often shortened to "Tristan"
- All pages beginning with "Tristan"
- All pages with a title containing Tristan
- Tristan and Iseult (disambiguation)
- Tristrant, a 13th-century German poem by Eilhart von Oberge
- Sir Tristrem
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