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Geraint

[ji-reynt] /dʒɪˈreɪnt/
noun, Arthurian Romance.
1.
one of the knights of the Round Table, husband of Enid.
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  • And Geraint thought it was not possible that so poor a place could help him in what he desired.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • Yet Sir Geraint thought she must have been a lovely woman in her happy youth.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • Sir Geraint asked where was Earl Inewl and his wife and daughter.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • But she cared not for this, because Sir Geraint had bidden her.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • And the knight smiled at the rusty arms and shield of Sir Geraint.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • So that Sir Geraint should die, he commanded that no leech should be sent for.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • Enid threw her arms about Geraint, her face bright with happiness.

    King Arthur's Knights

    Henry Gilbert
  • There was a later Geraint who fought against the Saxon Ina in 710.

    The Cornwall Coast Arthur L. Salmon
  • "Ah, then he is the man I am in search of," said Sir Geraint.

    King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford
  • "I am bound to do my duty with the other knights," answered Sir Geraint.

    King Arthur and His Knights Maude L. Radford

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