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  • noun Plural form of armiger.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Those of the old magnates who did not become knights were known as armigers, or armor-clad foot-soldiers.

    The Swedish Revolution Under Gustavus Vasa

  • Merchants cannot become armiger, armigers cannot become noble, and nobles could not aspire to the monarchy.

    Pathfinder

  • We surplus armigers made up in memories for what we had lost in station.

    Enjoyment

  • He had a berth in the sterncastle with the other cataphracts and armigers of the Blood.

    Wildfire

  • We bellowed it over and over and I saw cataphracts and armigers singing too.

    Wildfire

  • He had some men with him, Sire Edecon and three other cataphracts and their armigers, and I was relieved that I remembered their faces and reputations, if not their names.

    Wildfire

  • We bellowed it over and over and I saw cataphracts and armigers singing too.

    Wildfire

  • He had some men with him, Sire Edecon and three other cataphracts and their armigers, and I was relieved that I remembered their faces and reputations, if not their names.

    Wildfire

  • He had a berth in the sterncastle with the other cataphracts and armigers of the Blood.

    Wildfire

  • He had some men with him, Sire Edecon and three other cataphracts and their armigers, and I was relieved that I remembered their faces and reputations, if not their names.

    Wildfire

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