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The paper explores the interrelation between the socially biased phenomena, affecting the conceptual domain of "knighthood" in the XIII-XV centuries. Nobility and knighthood as interrelated conceptual entities became increasingly complicated, due to cultural semiosis, which brought about drastic conceptual and semantic changes in the adjectives under scrutiny: worthy, noble, gentle. The analysis of corpus and lexicographic material as well as romances of the period demonstrated that conceptualdoi:10.1515/lart-2017-0014 fatcat:lsqiargcvfecdk6iyzqz6emhru