By Thomas Malory
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Extra info for Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition)
Mercy: Barmherzigkeit, Gnade, Mitleid, Nachsicht. nay: nein. noble: edel, Adlig, edelmütig, adelig, hehr, erhaben, stattlich, nobel. siege: Belagerung, Belag, Belagern. sieges: Belagert, Belagerungen. void: leer, nichtig, ungültig. 18 Le Morte D’Arthur, Volume II be thought. For Sir Marhaus was slain afore by the hands of Sir Tristram in an island; and that was well known at that time in the court of Arthur, for this Marhaus was a worthy knight. And for evil deeds that he did unto the country of Cornwall Sir Tristram and he fought.
When Sir Uwaine and Sir Brandiles saw Dagonet so chase King Mark, they laughed all as they were wood. And then they took their horses, and rode after to see how Sir Dagonet sped, for they would not for no good that Sir Dagonet were shent, for King Arthur loved him German abode: Wohnsitz, Aufenthalt, Wohnung, Geblieben, Wohnort, Aufenthaltsort, Wohnhaus. bends: Biegungen, Biegt. captain: Kapitän, Hauptmann, Anführer, Kommandant, Schiffskapitän, Mannschaftskapitän, Katitän, Führer, Flugzeugkapitän, Flugkapitän, Pilot.
And so through the great force of Sir Dinadan King Mark had Berluse to the earth, and his two fellows fled; and had not been Sir Dinadan King Mark would have slain him. And so Sir Dinadan rescued him of his life, for King Mark was but a murderer. % Then King Mark and Sir Dinadan rode forth a four leagues English, till that they came to a bridge where hoved a knight on horseback, armed and ready to joust. Lo, said Sir Dinadan unto King Mark, yonder hoveth a knight that will joust, for there shall none pass this bridge but he must joust with that knight.