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Galahad

[ gal-uh-had ]
/ ˈgæl əˌhæd /
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noun

Sir, Arthurian Romance. the noblest and purest knight of the Round Table, son of Lancelot and Elaine: gained the Holy Grail.
a man showing devotion to the highest ideals.

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Galahad
/ (ˈɡæləˌhæd) /

noun

Sir Galahad (in Arthurian legend) the most virtuous knight of the Round Table, destined to regain the Holy Grail; son of Lancelot and Elaine
a pure or noble man
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