10 Canadian Dollars.
Because it has Sir John A MacDonald on it. Shrike.
Victorian1: How much for your bicycle?
Victorian1: Shrike - are you serious? Here. Take Knight.
Victorian2: Crow. Nice swap. Grats.
Victorian1: Yea. That guy's a prop.
Rank in the fuedal system, one below baron and one above the general peasants.
Developed during the 800s in a kingdom covering France and a lot of the surrounding area, and rapidly spread to the rest of Europe as far east as Russia and as far south as Spain and Italy. Kings were finding they owned more land than they could control, so they gave vast expanses of it to barons (dukes, counts, etc) in return the barons would pay taxes to the king and would fight for him when it was demanded of them, and they must provide an agreed number of men. Barons are like the medieval equivilant of generals.
The barons continued to break up this land into smaller patches, which was controlled by a knight. The knight usually owned one or two villages in his land. The knight would tax the peasants in his land. In return for this, the knight must fight for their lord baron when called upon, and also pay taxes to him, exactly the same duties that the king expects from the barons.
The knight could be viewed as the medieval equivilant of captains/minor officers today. They recruited both men-at-arms (peasants aspiring to be honourable warriors) and archers (peasants that played the less honourable role of using bows/crossbows to fight,) and took these men with them when the baron called them to fight.
The knight is a trained killer. Taken from a family of high rank, the young knight (or "page") left home at about the age of 6 to live with another knight, or even a baron, in their m...
1 A medieval tenant giving military service as a mounted man-at-arms to a feudal landholder.
2 A medieval gentleman-soldier, usually high-born, raised by a sovereign to privileged military status after training as a page and squire.
3 A man holding a nonhereditary title conferred by a sovereign in recognition of personal merit or service to the country.
4 A man belonging to an order or brotherhood.
5 A defender, champion, or zealous upholder of a cause or principle.
6 The devoted champion of a lady.
7 A chess piece, usually in the shape of a horse's head, that can be moved two squares along a rank and one along a file or two squares along a file and one along a rank. The knight is the only piece that can jump other pieces to land on an open square.
The knights charged valiantly at the opposing army
A knight is called a 'sir'
He is her knight in shining armor
God damn it your Knight took my Queen
A chess piece resembling a horse head that can only move in an "L" pattern. It can also be used as an extremely odd shaped butt-plug.
Hey Simon. I'm feeling kinky today. Give me that knight in your chess set.
A phonetic (mis)pronounciation of "knights" (ex. medieval, sounds like "nights"). From a gag in Monty Python's The Holy Grail, a wicked film. King Arthur, on a quest for the grail (in England) comes across a French castle, inhabited by French fellows, one of whom calls Arthur and his knights "silly English K-Ni-Ghits" (sounds like ki-nig-its) because he is unfamiliar with the proper pronunciation of the English word "knights". It is a funny gag.
"Silly English K-nig-hts" (ki-nigg-its)
"Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries!"
an intermediate Graffiti Artist that is good but still improving;
not as good as a king.
Person 1- Ey this homies writing is pretty down but it could be better.
Person 2 Yeah he's a knight still...
the art of a male tapping his penis
on the head and shoulders of a suspecting or unsuspecting female, like a knight being dubbed.
knighting can be done after sex
to give approval to the female.
knighting can also be done to an unsuspecting female kind of like a raunchier chiefing
guy 1: "i heard you hit it
with that chick last night, was she good?"
guy: "good enough to get knighted
guy 1: "hey man look at that chick, she's totally passed out."
guy 2: "ya, let's chief her"
guy 1: "naw man, lets knight her!"