donzel definition

  • noun:
    • a squire or even the attendant to a knight; a typical page
    • a squire, or knight's attendant; a full page.
    • a attendant; a full page; a youth of good high quality not yet knighted.
    • a new squire and/or attendant to a knight; a full page
    • a squire, or knight's attendant; a web page.
    • A young attendant; a web page; a youth of great high quality perhaps not yet knighted.
    • A young squire or perhaps the attendant to a knight; a typical page
    • a new squire, or knight's attendant; a full page.
    • a new attendant; a full page; a youth of great high quality perhaps not however knighted.
    • a new squire or even the attendant to a knight; a page
    • a squire, or knight's attendant; a full page.
    • a attendant; a page; a youth of good quality perhaps not yet knighted.
    • A young squire or perhaps the attendant to a knight; a full page
    • a new squire, or knight's attendant; a full page.
    • A young attendant; a web page; a youth of good quality not however knighted.

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