Hugorfonics Posted March 15 Share Posted March 15 49 minutes ago, Jon Fossoway said: Spanish is my native tongue. 'Caballero' has more than one meaning. It literally means a dude mounted on a horse. In modern times that morphed into a 'gentleman'. Quixote is both a gentleman and a dude riding a horse (caballero). Also insane. Interesting! So warrior first chivalrys idea of an honor code later. Kinda like the other languages. (Lol, damn windmills!) 51 minutes ago, Jon Fossoway said: For me, it's fine that George didn't delve too deep in this topics. I guess he tried to make his output able to reach as wide an audience as possible. Yea for sure. I'm just interested, especially since yesterday when I started thinking about this stuff lol Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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