Is Lance a common boy's name? In Medieval times, were boys called Lance a lot?
@ MJT - In fact, it was the opposite of "On yer bike!"
@ CT - Are you going to table that as an answer?
@ Pronk - Sir Cumference was a well rounded individual
@ Reg - Would they get the hump?
@ Weasel - Would it be a noble gesture?
@ Ron - Were they at knight?
- RegwahLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
True & they would buy there means of transport from a camel lot.
- RonLv 75 months ago
A popular name, yes; and along with Art and Percy was a glorious gala had. In fact, Lance is known for his swordid affairs.
- MJT209Lv 55 months ago
Yes sir, Lance was known as Arm-strong, because he won many Jousting matches in a row, but later in his Middle Ages they found out he was on opiates, and stripped him of his titles..
- 5 months ago
I'm Gawain to say yes.
In other words, I'm Guinevere if I that.
RR, if I get a round to it.
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- PronkLv 75 months ago
1 knight stand,RR..
Lance was popular,cuz he wuz a brave valiant defender,
but the rage in France,was the knight named Sir Render.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 75 months ago
Only if they were born at Knight.