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(Myth & Legend / European Myth & Legend) Sir. (in Arthurian legend) the braggart foster brother and steward of King Arthur
Sir, a knight of the Round Table, the rude, boastful foster brother and seneschal of King Arthur.
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C. K. Ogden
Charles Kay Ogden
In the evening, when little Kay was at home, and half undressed, he climbed up on the chair by the window, and peeped out of the little hole.
Now upon New Year's Day, when the service was done, the barons rode unto the field, some to joust, and some to tourney, and so it happened that Sir Ector rode unto the jousts, and with him rode Sir Kay his son, and young Arthur that was his nourished brother.
Then Sir Kay dressed him for to have holpen Sir Launcelot.
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