He knows about cersei's plan that she wants to hurt him badly at the next opportunity and so does his father.
cer´berus; a three-headed dog, whose body was clothed with snakes instead of hair.
"Shelter-pit for the Off'cer's charger," as they say in the Line.
Renounce′ment, act of renouncing, disclaiming, or rejecting; Renoun′cer.
I'm awful glad yuh come over—I do hate t' see folks stand on cer'mony out here where neighbors is so skurce.
What time was you-un 'spectin' the comin' cer'mony to commence?
cer′ebralism, the theory that all mental operations originate in the cerebrum; cer′ebralist.
An' the dep'ty, he straightened hisself, an' 'lowed he war a off'cer o' the law.
Divorcee′, a divorced person; Divorce′ment (B.), divorce; Divor′cer.
A fo'mast hand always says 'Aye, aye, sir,' when his off'cer speaks to him.