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- proper n. The name of King Arthur's realm in the Matter of Britain.
- proper n. 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.
From 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. (Wiktionary)