Le Morte D'Arthur
"Allas!" said Balan, "that ever I sawe this day, that thorow myshap I myght not knowe yow – for I aspyed wel your two swerdys, but bycause ye had another shild I demed ye had ben another knyght!" (60.7-10)
"That shall lytyll nede," seyde Sir Kay, to do suche coste uppon hym, for I unirtake he is a vylayne borne, and never woll make man -- for and he come of jantyllmen, he wolde have axed horse and armour; but as he is, so he askyth –
"And sythen he hath no name, I shall gyff hym a name whyche shall be called Beawmaynes – that is to say, 'Fayre Handys.'" (179.3-8)
"Than I pray you," seyde Beawmaynes, "geff me the order of knyghthod."
"Sir, than muste ye telle me your name of ryght, and of what kyn ye be borne."
"Sir, so that ye woll nat dyscover me, I shall tell you my name."
"Nay, Sir," seyde Sir Launcelotte, "and that I promyse you by the feyth of my body, untyll hit be opynly knowyn."
"Than he seyde, 'My name is Garethe, and brothis unto Sir Gawain of fadir syde and modir syde."
"A, Sir, I am more gladder of you than I was! For evir me thought ye sholde be of grete bloode, and that ye cam nat to the courte nother for mete nother drynke." (182.17-28)