Bors









Bors


Bors [bawrz] Examples noun

  1. Sir, Arthurian Romance. Also Sir Bors de Gan·is [duh gan-is] /də ˈgæn ɪs/. a knight of the Round Table, cousin of Lancelot.
  2. a natural son of King Arthur.

Examples from the Web for bors Historical Examples of bors

  • When Sir Bors heard her cry, he had so much sorrow he knew not what to do.

    Stories of King Arthur and His Knights

    U. Waldo Cutler

  • So Sir Bors departed from Lionel, and rode the next way to the sea.

    Stories of King Arthur and His Knights

    U. Waldo Cutler

  • Anon Sir Bors dressed him to rescue him that was his brother.

    Stories of King Arthur and His Knights

    U. Waldo Cutler

  • When Sir Bors saw that he must fight with his brother or else die, he wist not what to do.

    Stories of King Arthur and His Knights

    U. Waldo Cutler

  • Then Sir Bors put on his armour, and took his leave, and so departed.

    Stories of King Arthur and His Knights

    U. Waldo Cutler

  • British Dictionary definitions for bors Bors noun Sir Bors (in Arthurian legend)

    1. one the knights of the Round Table, nephew of Lancelot
    2. an illegitimate son of King Arthur

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