A mounted soldier is called a knight. It begins with the letter k.
Knight is a noun - a mounted soldier
Cavalry soldier: a mounted warrior, or trooper. In the Hungarian history they were called hussars (huszárok).
A soldier mounted on horseback that carries a long spear (lance)
Two raised hooves indicate that the soldier died in battle
Uhlan is a word that begins with UH. It means a mounted soldier with a lance.
The heavily armed mounted soldiers were called knights in English. The old term was cataphracts. The word in French was chevalier, and in German it was Ritter.
A great frontier hero, Mounted Policeman and soldier of the Queen.
There are many statues of mounted soldiers. You will have to be more specific as to where the statue is located and who is the rider.
A carbine is a shorter version of a rifle. Named after a mounted French soldier that carried a shorter rifle- a Carabeiner.
Night = the hours of darknessKnight = a mounted soldier in armour
It means a man who rides horses. "He's a fine horseman" means he is a good rider. In military usage, the word can refer to a mounted soldier, a cavalryman.
The cast of Iron Ridge - 2008 includes: Randy Barrett as Carl Martin Dan Bertus as Jim Franklin Daryl Brumbaugh as Sam Stu Brumbaugh as William Price David Duesterbeck as Mounted Cavalry Soldier Bill Galt as Bill William Klundt as Police Officer 2 Ann Marie Witherspoon as Nurse Huck McGowan as Cavalry Rider Noah Scott as Police Officer 1 Jason Seibel as Dan Porter Tianta Stevens as Mindy Franklin Jadi Stuart as Jessica Price Don Super as Mounted Cavalry Soldier Brutus the Bear as The Grizzly Tyson Vandenacre as Mounted Cavalry Soldier Colt Walker as Iron Crow
Good question. The Roman Calvary (In Latin: equites Romani) consisted of mounted soldiers called "Calvarymen". I hope I provided the answer you were looking for.
Kings were rules of specific lands whilst Knights were normally men who served his sovereign or lord as a mounted soldier in armour.
Mounted soldiers whether they on horses, or chariots had the advantage of speed and greater maneuverability. Because they were higher up above the ground, they were slightly less vulnerable to the standard foot soldier weapons. This was a throwback to what earlier barbarians saw in the declining Roman legions.
The spelling "knight" is a medieval mounted or armored soldier, or the related honorary title. The homophone "night" is the period of daily darkness, as opposed to daytime.
of Mount, Seated or serving on horseback or similarly; as, mounted police; mounted infantry., Placed on a suitable support, or fixed in a setting; as, a mounted gun; a mounted map; a mounted gem.
There are no production firearms which feature a chainsaw bayonet. However, a soldier of the US Army - and, apparently, a bit of a Gears of War fan - did retrofit a chainsaw to be able to be mounted on a MIL-STD-1913 'Picatinny' rail, then mounted it on his privately owned AR15. See related link at the bottom of the page.
Soldier Soldier ended in 1997.
Soldier Soldier was created in 1991.