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rit·ter

 (rĭt′ər)
n. pl. ritter
A knight.

[German, from Middle High German riter, from Middle Dutch ridder, from rīden, to ride; see reidh- in Indo-European roots.]

ritter

(ˈrɪtə)
n
(Historical Terms) a knight or a horseman
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Next day the people assembled in the great hall of the Ritter tavern, to witness the auction--for the proprietor had said the treasure of Germany's most honored son should be bartered away in no meaner place.
On the earth mine eyes were cast; Swift and keen there came unto me Ritter memories of the past On me, like the rain in Autumn On the dead leaves, cold and fast.
To come down to my own experience, my companion and I, for I sometimes have a companion, take pleasure in fancying ourselves knights of a new, or rather an old, order--not Equestrians or Chevaliers, not Ritters or Riders, but Walkers, a still more ancient and honorable class, I trust.
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