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English: Cavalier was the name used by Parliamentarians for a Royalist supporter of King Charles I and son Charles II during the English Civil War, the Interregnum, and the Restoration (1642 – c. 1679). Prince Rupert, commander of much of Charles I's cavalry, is often considered an archetypical Cavalier and cavalier was co-opted by the Royalists to describe themselves.
<nowiki>cavalier; cavalier; Kavaler; Kavalerlər; 骑士党; Кавалеры; Kavaler; Kavalier; cavaliers; Marcach (leasainm); cavalier; 騎士黨; Каваљер; Cavalierler; 騎士党; Kavaljeerit; แควาเลียร์; kavaljer; Kawalerowie; Rojalistene; cavaliers; 騎士派; 骑士党; Cavalier; 호탕한; Cavalier; فارس; cavalier; Kavalererne; realista durante la Revolución inglesa; cavalerie des Royalists pendant la Première Révolution anglaise; 영국 남북 전쟁 중 및 이후 왕당파 지지자; rojalist under engelska inbördeskriget; royalist supporter during and following the English Civil War; Begriff im Wandel vom Pferdeknecht zum Adeligen; ordenikandjat; väärikalt käituvat meest; realista; キャヴァリアーズ; 国王派; cavaliers; Royalists; Royalist; Cavalier; คาวาเลียร์; Royalist; ฝ่ายนิยมกษัตริย์; กลุ่มคาวาเลียร์; 騎士派; 騎士党; 骑士党; 骑士派; 骑士派; 騎士党</nowiki>
royalist supporter during and following the English Civil War
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