a knightly house

Chinese translation: family of a man of the rank of knight; 爵士宗族

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English term or phrase:a knightly house
Chinese translation:family of a man of the rank of knight; 爵士宗族
Entered by: clearwater

07:02 Dec 18, 2003
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English term or phrase: a knightly house
The family of Grosvenor is of great antiquity in Cheshire, the existence of a knightly house of this name (Le Grosvenur) in the palatine county being proved by deeds as early as the I2th century.
clearwater
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Local time: 07:16
family of a man of the rank of knight; 爵士宗族
Explanation:
house = a family as including kin, ancestors and descendants, esp. a royal family (eg the House of Tudor).

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3 +2family of a man of the rank of knight; 爵士宗族
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family of a man of the rank of knight; 爵士宗族


Explanation:
house = a family as including kin, ancestors and descendants, esp. a royal family (eg the House of Tudor).




    Collins Concise English Dictionary
chica nueva
Local time: 12:16
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agree  Xiaoping Fu
1 hr

agree  isahuang: it is not an appellation or a building, it refers back to the family of le Grosvenor
6 hrs
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