|medieval helmet, salet||sallet|
|(Music) type of song that was used in the period from the 16th to the early 18th-centuries which is like a madrigal (also canzona), medieval love poem||canzone|
|abbreviated medieval writing, ancient shorthand||tachygraphy|
|adventurous romantic, wandering medieval knight||knight-errant; knight errant|
|advocate of feudalism, advocate of the political and social system of medieval Europe||feudalist|
|amount of writing on a page, boy apprenticed to knight, boy attendant, boy servant in medieval times, boy who runs errands, call, summon (e.g. to the telephone); number pages, number sheets of paper in a collection; look through the pages of something,...||page|
|ancient device for hurling missiles, ballista; sling, fling or be flung, hurl something, hurl; propel, launch; sling; be catapulted, make somebody famous suddenly, medieval launching weapon, plane or missile launcher, slingshot||catapult|
|angel of high rank; any of a number of plants belonging to the parsley family, angelica, principal angel, rank above angel in medieval classification||archangel|
|Anglo-French, English and Norman, French spoken in medieval England, Norman in England||Anglo-Norman|
|announce, proclaim; come before, precede, bringer of news, heraldic official, messenger, official announcer; harbinger, forerunner; formerly a royal messenger, official at medieval tournaments, official messenger, sign of what will happen, signal somet...||herald|
|antelope with curved horns, pith helmet, sassaby||topi|
|archangel, Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520), Italian Renaissance painter and architect; one of the archangels of medieval Christianity; male first name (Hebrew)||Raphael|
|artistic style of medieval northern Europe (including architecture, painting, music, etc.); extinct Germanic language of the Goths, black letter||gothic|
|Asian island in medieval mythology||Cipango|
|association of people with similar interests, group of organisms, medieval trade association||guild; gild|
|astronomy text, medieval treatise on astronomy||almagest|
|attack with missiles, cannon that shot stone balls (Archaic), hit repeatedly, hit with high-energy particles, medieval cannon, overwhelm, shell, bomb||bombard|
|barrel organ, medieval musical instrument||hurdy-gurdy|
|bicycle, car, caster, circle which revolves on an axis; steering wheel; disk, drum; spin; rotation; cycling, driving force or workings, make a circular movement, medieval torture device, military formation, move on wheels, move smoothly, movement in a ...||wheel|
|blackface entertainer in variety show, medieval traveling musician, wandering singer, bard (Medieval); member of a group of singers who often perform in black-face||minstrel|
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