Chivalric



[shi-val-rik, shiv-uh l-rik] /ʃɪˈvæl rɪk, ˈʃɪv əl rɪk/

adjective
1.
pertaining to ; .
adj.

1797, from chivalry + -ic. Pronounced by poets with accent on the middle syllable, and because they are the only ones who need it, that pronunciation might as well be accepted.

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