A piece used in the game of chess, usually bearing a horse's head.
The only piece that can jump over pieces in a chess game.
The chess piece shaped like a horse. The knight moves in an L pattern of one block forward, two to the side, or two blocks forward, one to the side.
a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
a chevalier, a youth on a horse, which, in addition to its literal meaning in the medieval Grail sagas, also suggests, metaphorically, the soul who is a novice rider on the animal aspect of one's nature
a playing piece in chess
not Horse – the piece that moves like an “L
A Chess piece which moves either two squares vertically and one square horizontally or two squares horizontally and one square vertically. In the first step of this move, the Knight may pass "through" squares already occupied. The Knight's move has not changed since Chess was devised.
One of the four court cards of the Minor Arcana, generally considered to represent the younger, more impulsive types. Usually interpreted as younger men (18-35), or the personification of the youthful side of the suit. In some decks, this card becomes the Prince, in which case the age of the individual symbolized could be anywhere from 0 to 35.
Piece in the game that moves in an L-shape of: two squares up and one over left or right, one square up and two over left or right, or any combinations.
The knight (colloquially, horse) is a piece in the game of chess, representing a knight (armoured cavalry). It is often represented by a horse's head.