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Cavalieʹr (3 syl.)

A horseman; whence a knight, a gentleman. (Latin, caballus, a horse.)

The Cavalier.

Eon de Beaumont, the French soldier; Chevalier dʹEon. (1728–1810.)

Charles Breydel, the Flemish landscape painter. (1677–1744.)

Francesco Cairo (Cavaliere del Cairo), historian. (1598–1674.)

Jean le Clerc, le chevalier. (1587–1633.)

J. Battista Marini, Italian poet; Il cavalier (1569–1656).

Andrew Michael Ramsay (1686–1743).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Causa Causata
Cause (The)
Cause Celébre
Causes
Cautelous
Cauther (Al)
Caution Money
Caut ser
Cava
Cavalerie à Pied
Cavalier
Cavalier or Chevalier de St. George
Cavalier Servant
Cavaliers
Cavall
Cave-dwellers
Cave In
Cavê ne literas Bellerophontis adferras
Cave of Achadh Aldai
Cave of Adullam (The)
Cave of Mammon