Logres

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See also: logres and logrés

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Welsh Lloegr, the name for the region of present-day England. However, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth, the realm was named after the legendary king Locrinus, the oldest son of Brutus of Troy.

Proper noun[edit]

Logres

  1. King Arthur's realm in the Matter of Britain.
  2. In Arthurian legend, a chivalric code throughout Camelot wherein each knight had to take an oath of courage and might, act honorably, protect the helpless, and behave justly to all.

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Proper noun[edit]

Logres

  1. (Arthurian legend) Logres