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Kay or Sir Key

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Son of Sir Ector, and foster-brother of King Arthur. In Arthurian romance, this seneschal of England is represented as a rude and boastful knight, the first to attempt any achievement, but very rarely successful.

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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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Karaites [Scripturists]
Karma
Karmathians
Karoon or Korah
Karrows
Kaswa (Al)
Katerfelto
Katharine or Katharina
Kathay
Katmir
Kay or Sir Key
Kayward
Keber
Kebla
Kebla-Noma
Kedar’s Tents
Kederli
Kedjeree
Keel-hauling or -haling
Keelman (A)
Keelson or Kelson