Origin of the name PELLAM.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name PELLAM.
PELLAM.Arthurian. King of Listeneise, and brother to Sir Garlon
(the Invisible Knight). Supposed to be the same as Pellean.
Anon all the
knights arose from the table for to set on Balin, and King Pellam
himself arose up fiercely, and said, Knight, hast thou slain my brother?
thou shat die therefor or thou depart. Well, said Balin, do it
yourself. Yes, said King Pellam, there shall no man have ado with
thee but myself, for the love of my brother. Then King Pellam
caught in his hand a grim weapon and smote eagerly at Balin;... (Le
morte d'Arthur, Malory-Rhys, v.1, 1908)