騎士, きし

  • kishi

Definition of 騎士,きし

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • knight

Related Kanji

equestrian, riding on horses, counter for equestrians
gentleman, samurai, samurai radical (no. 33)

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Examples of 騎士,きし in a Sentence

馬上騎士みてごらん。
Look at that knight on the horse.
騎士への忠誠誓った
The knight swore an oath of allegiance to the king.
その勇敢なる騎士進み出てその貴婦人キスする。
The brave knight steps forward and kisses the lady on the hand.
In the days of the knights, they wore shields to protect them from sword fight wounds.
The knight is not so much brave as reckless.

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