Paladin


Paladin
PAL-ə-dn
Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, late 16th century
1Any of the twelve peers of Charlemagne’s court, of whom the Count Palatine was the chief.2A knight renowned for heroism and chivalry.
 
Examples of Paladin in a sentence “There as few knights as noble and pure as the paladin Sir Galahad.” “The paladins pledged to uphold a strict code of honor.”