Noun(1) originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit(2) a chessman shaped to resemble the head of a horse; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa
Verb(1) raise (someone
(1) Leading the North Yorkshire awards in the Queen's Birthday Honours list, published today, is the county's newest knight , Sir Robert Ogden.(2) In other words, the colors red and white seem to represent the knight and his female beloved, respectively.(3) In return for this, William generously made the great English earl a Norman knight .(4) These were made up of ├ö├ç├┐feudal├ö├ç├û levies, in which the knight owed service to his lord in return for land.(5) In 1925 Asquith accepted a peerage as Earl of Oxford and Asquith and was created a knight of the garter shortly afterwards.(6) The primary service was military duty as a mounted knight .(7) Top tip for Birthday Honours - Timothy West will become a knight of the realm.(8) The order became defunct with the death of its last knight , HRH The Duke of Gloucester, in 1974.(9) Usually, a minor knight might hold a few acres from a baron, who in turn held the land from a count or earl, who in turn held large tracts of the king.(10) The next day we see one grandmaster leaving a knight unprotected and another thrusting his pawn to a sure death.(11) Jerome rubbed his chin, and after a few minutes of thought, moved his knight , capturing Adam's last bishop.(12) in all your quarrels I will be your knight(13) In one of Chaucer's earliest poems, The Book of the Duchess, a knight is overheard in the forest lamenting the death of his lady.(14) The knight or Miles was the lowest of the military elite, a well equipped and well trained fighting man similar to the Saxon thegn or huscarl.(15) He was offering himself as my protector, my knight , and it moved me deeply.(16) The crossbow was really the first hand-held weapon that could be used by an untrained soldier to injure or kill a knight in plate armour.
(1) knight of the brush :: marchog y brwsh
1. cavalier ::
2. cavalryman ::
3. horseman ::
4. lord ::
5. noble ::
6. nobleman ::
7. chevalier ::
8. paladin ::
9. banneret ::
10. dub ::
Different Formsknight, knighted, knighthood, knighthoods, knighting, knightly, knights
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