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What is a squire?

Like in the Medieval times

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squire (noun)

1. rural landowner: a country landowner in England, often the main local landowner
2. history attendant to knight: a young apprentice knight who acted as an attendant to a knight in the Middle Ages
3. man who escorts woman: a man who is escorting a woman or going out with her regularly (dated)
4. title given to rural dignitary: a title of respect given to a magistrate or local dignity, especially in a rural district (dated)

Source: Encarta Dictionary :)

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It was one of the stages you went through before you became a knight, I think...

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a) a king/knight/nobleman's gofer boy
b) a Fender guitar made in Mexico

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knights in training

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Squire was basically a knights servant, or errand boy. In battle, a squire would serve as a shield to defend a knight

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