SCs: Can You Name a Knight from the Round Table?

I will start....

The roundest knight at King Arthur's round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much Pi ... LOL.

Update:

thanks Suzianne - but you have hogged the board. One would have answered the Q.. please read the whole Q next time - ok?

Update 2:

mydearsie ... you know what I meant !

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  • 10 years ago
    Best Answer

    SirFace- the ugliest knight and a square to boot

    SirName- Usually found in top form

    SurPassing-had the fastest horse

    SurMount- A favoutite with the ladies

    SurPlus- the King's mathematics tudor

    SirLoin- burned at the steak

    SirRah-Que?

    As the tournament director said, the list goes on.

  • Karen
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Who was King Arthurs knight of the round table who passed up a date with Shannia Twain?

  • 10 years ago

    That's a hoot! How about a dog named Sir Barksalot? LOL

    There is also Sir Gawain, Sir Lancelot, Sir Tristram Kay, etc.

  • Pink08
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    Looks like Suzianne has got it covered. The only one I could think of was Arthur and he was the

    King.

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  • 10 years ago

    Sir Vuright - so named because he refused to serve from the left.

  • 10 years ago

    Just remember, especially as you become a Senior, that once a king, always a king, but once a knight is enough!

  • 10 years ago

    Sir Acuse - Lost in New York, Look what you made me do>_<

  • mannon
    Lv 6
    10 years ago

    Sir Comstance - because he had no real reason.

  • Sir cus, he was an animal

  • 10 years ago

    Sir Aglovale, son of King Pellinore of Listinoise

    Sir Agravaine, son of King Lot of Orkney

    Sir Anselm, son of Lord Valette

    King Bagdemagus

    Sir Bedivere (Bedwyr), throws Excalibur back into the lake when Arthur dies

    Sir Bors, King of Gannes (Gaul)

    Sir Breunor, also known as "La Cote Mal Taillée"

    Sir Cador

    Sir Caradoc, called "Caradoc Vreichvras", or "Caradoc Strong Arm"

    Sir Colgrevance

    Sir Constantine, son of Cador, who became king after Arthur's death

    Sir Dagonet, the court jester

    Sir Dinadan, son of Sir Brunor Senior and brother of Sirs Brunor le Noir 'La Cote Mal Taillée' and Daniel.

    Sir Ector, Arthur's foster father and Sir Kay's father

    Sir Ector de Maris, the son of King Ban of Benwick

    Sir Elyan the White, the son of Sir Bors

    Sir Erec, (see also Geraint)

    Sir Gaheris

    Sir Galahad (son of Lancelot; his seat was the Siege Perilous)

    Sir Galehaut, friend of Lancelot

    Sir Galeschin (son of Elaine and King Nentres)

    Sir Gareth, also called Beaumains or Goodhands

    Sir Gawain (Gawaine, Walganus, Balbhuaidh, Gwalchmai)

    Sir Geraint (see also Erec)

    Sir Gingalain, called at first Sir Le Bel Inconnu ("The "Fair Unknown"), Gawain's son

    Sir Griflet, also called Sir Griflet le Fils de Dieu

    King Hoel

    Sir Kay (Cai, Caius), Arthur's stepbrother, son of Sir Ector

    Sir Lamorak, son of Pellinore

    Sir Lancelot (Launcelot du Lac, father of Sir Galahad)

    King Leodegrance, Guinevere's father and keeper of the Round Table

    Sir Lionel

    Sir Lucan

    Sir Maleagant, who abducted Guinevere

    Sir Meliant de Lis

    Sir Mordred, Arthur's illegitimate son and destroyer of the kingdom

    Sir Morholt

    Sir Palamedes the Saracen

    Sir Pelleas, husband of the Lady of the Lake

    King Pellinore

    Sir Percival (Perceval, Peredur), son of Pellinore

    Sir Sagramore le Desirous

    Sir Safir, brother of Palamedes

    Sir Segwarides, brother of Palamedes

    Sir Tor

    Sir Tristram

    King Uriens

    Sir Ywain (Owain), son of King Uriens of Gore

    Sir Ywain the Bastard, also son of Uriens

    [edit]Additional knights

    In addition, Malory's account includes many obscure knights during the episode containing Sir Urry:

    King Angwish of Ireland

    Earl Aristance

    Sir Azreal

    Sir Arrok

    Sir Ascamore

    Sir Balan (brother of Sir Balin, whom he killed by accident in a duel in which both wore helmets and did not know who they were fighting)

    Sir Balin (brother of Sir Balan, whom he killed by accident in a duel in which both wore helmets and did not know who they were fighting)

    Sir Barrant le Apres (King with a Hundred Knights)

    Sir Bellenger le Beau

    Sir Belliance le Orgulous

    Sir Blamor de Ganis

    Sir Bleoberis de Ganis

    Sir Borre le Cœur Hardi (King Arthur's son)

    Sir Brandiles

    Sir Brian de Listinoise

    King Carados of Scotland

    Sir Cardok

    Duke Chalance of Clarence

    King Clariance of Northumberland

    Sir Clarus of Cleremont

    Sir Clegis

    Sir Clodrus

    Sir Colgrevance

    Sir Crosslem

    Sir Damas

    Sir Degrave sans Villainy (fought with the giant of the Black Lowe)

    Sir Degrevant

    Sir Dinas le Seneschal de Cornwall

    Sir Dinas

    Sir Dodinas le Savage

    Sir Dornar

    Sir Driant

    Sir Edward of Caernarvon

    Sir Edward of Orkney

    Sir Epinogris (son of King Clariance of Northumberland)

    Sir Fergus

    Sir Florence (son of Gawain by Sir Brandiles's sister)

    Sir Gahalantine

    Sir Galahalt (a duke known as the Haut Prince)

    Sir Galihodin

    Sir Galleron of Galway

    Sir Gauter

    Sir Gillimer

    Sir Grummor Grummorson

    Sir Gumret le Petit

    Sir Harry le Fils Lake

    Sir Hebes (not Hebes le Renowne)

    Sir Hebes le Renowne

    Sir Hectimere

    Sir Helian le Blanc

    Sir Herminde

    Sir Hervis de la Forest Savage

    Sir Ironside (Knight of the Red Launds)

    Sir Kay l'Estrange (not Kay, Arthur's seneschal)

    Earl Lambaile

    Sir Lambegus

    Sir Lamiel of Cardiff

    Sir Lavain

    Sir Lovell (son of Gawain by Sir Brandiles's sister)

    Sir Lucan the Butler

    Sir Mador de la Porte

    Sir Marrok (whose wife turned him into a werewolf)

    Sir Melias de l'Isle

    Sir Melion of the Mountain

    Sir Meliot de Logris

    Sir Menaduke

    Sir Morganor

    King Nentres of Garlot

    Sir Neroveus

    Sir Ozanna le Cœur Hardi

    Sir Perimones (brother to Persant and Pertolepe; called the Red Knight)

    Sir Persant

    Sir Pertolepe

    Sir Petipace of Winchelsea

    Sir Plaine de Fors

    Sir Plenorius

    Sir Priamus

    Sir Reynold

    Sir Sadok

    Sir Selises of the Dolorous Tower

    Sir Sentrail

    Sir Severause le Breuse (known for rejecting battles with men in favour of giants, dragons, and wild beasts)

    Sir Suppinabiles

    Earl Ulbawes

    Sir Urry

    Sir Uwain le Avoutres

    Sir Villiars the Valiant

    Source(s): Source: Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur, the Winchester Manuscript. Edited and abridged by Helen Cooper, this book was published by Oxford University Press in 1998.
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