noun Arthurian Romance.
Definition for launcelot (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for launcelot
Then Sir Launcelot said: "I go with thee, damsel, wherever it is thy will to take me."The Story of the Champions of the Round Table|Howard Pyle
He had spent a term of probation behind its walls, and wrote Sir Launcelot Greaves within its rules.In Jail with Charles Dickens|Alfred Trumble
Madam, said Launcelot, I shall not fail you, but I shall be ready at your commandment.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)|Thomas Malory
But that as Sir Launcelot did was of his great gentleness and courtesy.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II)|Thomas Malory
Launcelot Trevanion (mostly called Lance) was the eldest son of this ancient house.Nevermore|Rolf Boldrewood
British Dictionary definitions for launcelot
Word Origin and History for launcelot
masc. proper name, Old French, a double-diminutive of Frankish Lanzo, a hypocoristic name formed from some one of the Germanic names in Land-; cf. Old English Landbeorht "land-bright," in Old French Lambert.