Galahad - translation to french
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Galahad - translation to french

KNIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE
Sir Galahad; Galaad; Galath; Galat
  • Galahad at the [[Castle of Maidens]] in an 1890 painting by [[Edwin Austin Abbey]]
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  • Statue of Sir Galahad on [[Parliament Hill]] in Ottawa: "Erected by the people to commemorate the act of heroism of [[Henry Albert Harper]]. In attempting to save the life of Miss Bessie Blair he was carried with her into the waters of the Ottawa River. It was December 6, 1901. He was 28 years old."
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  • The life of Galahad portrayed in a stained glass window at [[St. Mary & St. George Anglican Church]] in [[Jasper, Alberta]]
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Galahad      
n. Galahad, rescuer; honorable person; legendary knight from the time of King Arthur

Definition

Galahad
['gal?had]
(also Sir Galahad)
¦ noun a chivalrous man of great integrity.
Origin
C19: the name of one of King Arthur's knights.

Wikipedia

Galahad

Galahad (), sometimes referred to as Galeas () or Galath (), among other versions of his name, is a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and one of the three achievers of the Holy Grail in Arthurian legend. He is the illegitimate son of Sir Lancelot du Lac and Lady Elaine of Corbenic and is renowned for his gallantry and purity as the most perfect of all knights. Emerging quite late in the medieval Arthurian tradition, Sir Galahad first appears in the Lancelot–Grail cycle, and his story is taken up in later works, such as the Post-Vulgate Cycle, and Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur.

Pronunciation examples for Galahad
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3. Galahad, do you still not know the Romans?
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