Definition of Faust in English:

Faust

(also Faustus)

Pronunciation /foust/ /faʊst/

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proper noun

  • (died c.1540), German astronomer and necromancer. Reputed to have sold his soul to the Devil, he became the subject of dramas by Marlowe and Goethe, an opera by Gounod, and a novel by Thomas Mann.