Knight-aspirant. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 231) Apprentice knight, aged between 13 and 21, classes as a man-at-arms in action. (Wise, Terence. Medieval Warfare, 251) Related terms: Esquire
Squires are followers of a liege knight, who are sponsored for knighthood. A knight is responsible for the actions of his squires. Squires are given the powers of a "Warmark", and wear an unadorned red belt.
A Knight's particular student, being trained in heavy list fighting. Not an official SCA rank, but indicates major interest in combat skills. Usually wears a red belt with the Knight's device on the tab.
Squires are knights-in-training who attend to the needs of their lord. Most squires enter their duties at a young age and will eventually reach knighthood if/when they have proven themselves worthy to their benefactors.
Squire is the name of three fictional superheroes in the DC comics universe. Originally created in the 1950s as a counterpart to Robin for the Knight, a subsequent retcon made the Knight himself Squire to the Golden Age hero, the Shining Knight. Since then, a third characters has taken up the name Squire, though the appearance, abilities, and training of all three are similar.