[nahyt-lee] /ˈnaɪt li/
characteristic of a ; noble, courageous, and generous:
being or resembling a .
of or belonging to a :
composed of .
in a manner befitting a .
of, relating to, resembling, or befitting a knight
Old English cnihtlic; see knight (n.) + -ly (1).
- Knight marshal
noun 1. another name for marshal (sense 5)
noun 1. a member of a knightly order founded by George I of England in 1725.
- Knight of the road
noun (informal or facetious) 1. a tramp 2. a commercial traveller 3. a lorry driver 4. (obsolete) a highwayman
[nahyt] /naɪt/ noun 1. a mounted soldier serving under a feudal superior in the Middle Ages. 2. (in Europe in the Middle Ages) a man, usually of noble birth, who after an apprenticeship as page and squire was raised to honorable military rank and bound to chivalrous conduct. 3. any person of a rank similar […]