[je-lahl] /dʒɛˈlɑl/ (Show IPA), 1884–1986, Turkish statesman: president 1950–60.
Bayar’do, the famous steed of Rinaldo, which once belonged to Amadis of Gaul.
Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1 The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
a magical legendary horse in medieval chivalric romances. a mock-heroic name for any horse. (lowercase) Archaic. a bay horse. Pierre Terrail [pyer te-ra-yuh] /pyɛr tɛˈra yə/ (Show IPA), Seigneur de [se-nyœr duh] /sɛˈnyœr də/ (Show IPA), (“the knight without fear and without reproach”) 1473–1524, heroic French soldier. any man of heroic courage and unstained honor. […]
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noun 1223–77, sultan of Egypt and Syria (1260–77), of the Mameluke dynasty
a deep, prolonged howl, as of a hound on the scent. the position or stand of an animal or fugitive that is forced to turn and resist pursuers because it is no longer possible to flee (usually preceded by at or to): a stag at bay; to bring an escaped convict to bay. the situation […]
noun a state of Nigeria, on the Niger river delta on the Gulf of Guinea. Capital: Yenagoa. Pop: 1 703 358 (2006). Area: 10 773 sq km (4159 sq miles)