17 definitions by Taz

Any of the Twelve Peers of Charlemagne's Court, of whom the Count Palatine was the chief; Knight errant; Champion.
See above
by Taz June 02, 2004
Taz
The coolest person to walk the Earth.
I love Taz. She makes me hot.
by Taz March 27, 2005
Sweetheart, nice, kind, sweet sweet, most loving, most caring, SUPER CUTE, HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT HOTTIE; ('H' = HARJOT = HOT ;)
I 've got myself a Harjot.
Even tho every girl in cali wants Harjot, they can't have him, cuz he's ALL MINE.
by Taz January 24, 2004
A sexy beast, created by sex, created FOR sex.
Kaik got me a little wet the other day.
by Taz April 06, 2005
Mystic water that has the abilities to make whoever drinks it or bathes in it younger.
old man into young man. Young man into kid. Kid into baby
by taz May 04, 2004
Medieval hand protection. Two variations were finger gauntlets, comprised of steel over the top of the hand and individual, articulated plates of steel over the fingers to give movement for sword and Bill. The other variation were Mitts, same steel over the hand, but just one plate or slightly curved steel over the fingers, instead of the articulation. Gloves were worn underneath the metal, for grip on the weapons and general protection.Could be plain, or highly decorated, depending on the period and the fashions of the time.
The soldier slipped his hands into his gauntlets.
by Taz June 02, 2004
A metal throat guard used by medieval soldiers. The word Bevour/Bevor loosly translates to "Dribble box", as the heat of the breath on the cold metal would cause condensation near the mouth. Comprised of a piece of metal that rested over the neck and onto the chest, with two or three pieces of metal that went up to the nose of the solder, articulating so it could fall down to the throat, mainly for breathing (known as a falling bevor). Also just simply metal all the way up to the nose, without articulation. Some would have a locking pin at the side, to prevent the articulations from dropping during battle.
The soldier flicked his bevor up, dropping the visor on his Sallet to lock them in place.
by Taz June 02, 2004

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