noun Ro·land \ˈrō-lənd\

Definition of ROLAND

:  a stalwart defender of the Christians against the Saracens in the Charlemagne legends who is killed at Roncesvalles

Origin of ROLAND

First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with ROLAND


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