EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALADIN
"Patrona mia, you should have seen this paladin," he continued, coming forward.
The luxury of the Court paled before that of the paladin's house.
The adventures which he relates of himself are those of a paladin.
Why can't the Scholar change name and condition with the Paladin?
If any had, the Paladin would have been finely ridiculed for his vanity.
The barber jumped for it and set it upon the Paladin's table.
It was presently discoverable that this charm lay in the Paladin's sincerity.
It was fine to see the Paladin's face light up when she said that.
The Paladin was as happy as it was possible for any one in this earth to be.
The thing that pleased them the most was the way it would do the Paladin's business for him.
1590s, "one of the 12 knights in attendance on Charlemagne," from Middle French paladin "a warrior" (16c.), from Italian paladino, from Latin palatinus "palace official;" noun use of palatinus "of the palace" (see palace).
The Old French form of the word was palaisin (which gave Middle English palasin, c.1400); the Italian form prevailed because, though the matter was French, most of the poets who wrote the romances were Italians.