Count of Sorgarda.

He threw a tournament at his castle to decide who would marry his daughter, Flursensephin. Gawain won the tournament but declined to wed the maiden. At his suggestion, Flursensephin was awarded to Sir Quoikos, a friend of Gawain.

Analogs to Leigamar appear in Chrétien’s Perceval as Tiebaut and in Wolfram’s Parzival as Lyppaut.