I have an example from the books, it's from the Hedge Knight novel.
EDIT: After seeing the episode, emphasis mine as direct quotes from the show.
“Hmpf.” The man Plummer rubbed his nose. “Any knight can make a
knight, it is true, though it is more customary to stand a vigil and be
anointed by a septon before taking your vows. Were there any witnesses
to your dubbing?”
And later at the tournament
“Knight me.” Raymun put a hand on Dunk’s shoulder and turned him. “I
will take my cousin’s place. Ser Duncan, knight me.” He went to one
Frowning, Dunk moved a hand to the hilt of his longsword, then
hesitated. “Raymun, I . . . I should not.”
“You must. Without me, you
are only five.”
“The lad has the truth of it,” said Ser Lyonel
Baratheon. “Do it, Ser Duncan. Any knight can make a knight.”
doubt my courage?” Raymun asked.
“No,” said Dunk. “Not that, but . . .“ Still he hesitated.
A fanfare of trumpets cut the misty morning
air. Egg came running up to them. “Ser, Lord Ashford summons you.
Laughing Storm gave an impatient shake of the head. “Go to him, Ser
Duncan. I’ll give squire Raymun his knighthood.” He slid his sword out
of his sheath and shouldered Dunk aside. “Raymun of House Fossoway,” he
began solemnly, touching the blade to the squire’s right shoulder, “in
the name of the Warrior I charge you to be brave.” The sword moved from
his right shoulder to his left. “In the name of the Father I charge you
to be just.” Back to the right. “In the name of the Mother I charge
you to defend the young and innocent.” The left. “In the name of the
Maid I charge you to protect all women.”
Dunk left them there, feeling
as relieved as he was guilty.