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Origin of the name BLYANT.
Etymology of the name BLYANT.
Meaning of the baby name BLYANT.

  

BLYANT.  13th century Arthurian.  A knight and healer.  Possibly derived from the Welsh vocabulary word bliant/blyant, the name of a kind of precious garment made of a fine linen or silk.  Also spelled Bliant. (Dictionary of the Welsh Language, Evans, 1887)

... Then Sir Blyant perceived that there was great danger in having to do unarmed with that madman, wherefore he called upon his dwarf to arise and come to him, and therewith he withdrew into the pavilion with intent to arm himself and so to take away that sword from Sir Launcelot by force... (Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions, Pyle, 1907)

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