Definition of Knightly. Meaning of Knightly. Synonyms of Knightly

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Definition of Knightly

Knightly
Knightly Knight`ly, a. [AS. cnihtlic boyish.] Of or pertaining to a knight; becoming a knight; chivalrous; as, a knightly combat; a knightly spirit. For knightly jousts and fierce encounters fit. --Spenser. [Excuses] full knightly without scorn. --Tennyson.
Knightly
Knightly Knight"ly, adv. In a manner becoming a knight. And why thou comest thus knightly clad in arms. --Shak.

Meaning of Knightly from wikipedia

- Helen Edmundson's adaptation of Émile Zola's Thérèse Raquin at Studio 54. Knightly took the role after declining the project twice, as she thought herself...
- the French word for horse, cheval, but later it became ****ociated with knightly ideals. Over time, its meaning in Europe has been refined to emphasize...
- sword (sometimes academically categorized as the knightly sword, arming sword, or in full, knightly arming sword) was a straight, double-edged weapon...
- Knightly may refer to: Knight, a person granted an honorary title of knighthood Knightly Piety, a specific strand of Christian belief espoused by knights...
- that were founded to protect and guide pilgrims to the Holy Land. The knightly orders were characterized by an order-like community life in poverty, obedience...
- hewing knife or seax. The dagger reappeared in the 12th century as the "knightly dagger", or more properly cross-hilt or quillon dagger, and was developed...
- French verb in origin meant "to joust, tilt", but it came to refer to the knightly tournament more generally, while joster "approach, meet" became the technical...
- Knightly Piety refers to a specific strand of Christian belief espoused by knights during the Middle Ages. The term comes from Ritterfrömmigkeit, coined...
- from the Proto-Indo-European root *reidh-. In ancient Rome there was a knightly class Ordo Equestris (order of mounted nobles). Some portions of the armies...
- ruled by a King, Bretonnia has a stark class divide between the wealthy knightly nobility, and the peasants who live in poverty and squalor, with very low...