Geraint


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Ger·aint

 (gâr′īnt′, jə-rānt′)
n.
In Arthurian legend, a Knight of the Round Table and the husband of Enid.
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Noun1.Geraint - (Arthurian legend) one of the knights of the Round TableGeraint - (Arthurian legend) one of the knights of the Round Table
Arthurian legend - the legend of King Arthur and his court at Camelot
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GAN GERALLT PENNANT RHAG ofn y byddwch yn gosod cwis tafarn am enwogion y byd canu cyfoes yn y dyfodol agos, dyma dri chwestiwn bach hwylus i chi ar gyfer y rownd am Geraint Lovgreen | Un, Beth ydy enw band Geraint Lovgreen?
Geraint was diagnosed with Friedreich's Ataxia about 10 years ago and now relies on a wheeled walking frame to get around.
Geraint Robson and Caitlyn Corless, from Cardiff, founded Ddraig Valley Farm Park in Pencoed, an animal centre designed to allow the public to get close to and learn more about different species.
Geraint Robson and Caitlyn Corless, both from Cardiff, founded Ddraig Valley Farm Park in Pencoed, an animal centre designed to allow the public to get close to and learn more about both traditional and exotic species.
GERAINT Todd's parents always urged him to train as a teacher - and he's gone on to make a career out of academia, though on TV sets, rather than in real classrooms.
On his first day there he sees Geraint bring in a prisoner, Baron Dupre, whose lands have been forfeited because of his poor treatment of his peasants and his marauding with a band of mercenaries.
The Geraint and Enid episodes from Idylls of the King, among the first in order of composition as in the eventual epic, exemplify Tennyson's attempt to be the laureate for his age-the laureate whose hero and heroine may go questing like medieval knight and lady but ultimately face their greatest challenges in learning how to fulfill the roles of husband and wife in a particularly Victorian domestic arrangement.
ELVIS impersonator Geraint Benney has angered The King's fan clubs - because he is BALD.
But within a few short years of this picture being taken, Geraint Evans had began his long dark spiral into addiction, madness.
But Graveney, announcing a 13-man squad to face Pakistan in the First Test, stressed that Geraint Jones was the right man to keep wicket.
Terrified Geraint Roberts was trying to move the 47-stone boar back to its pen when it turned on him.
GERAINT JONES has come in for some criticism but the England selectors should stick with him.