- From Anglo-Norman croiselette. (Wiktionary)
“If a conjecture may be hazarded, I would suggest that the coat was a modification of the ancient arms of Batishull: a crosslet in saltier, between four owls.”
“There is no gold about the boy, but the crosslet of his sword;”
“The "cross crosslet" is formed of four Latin or Passion crosses placed foot to foot.”
“His Mark is a triangle of which the two upright sides are prolonged with a crosslet; in the centre a star, and on either side the gothic letters T H, the whole being on a very small shield hanging from a broken stump.”
“British Museum, bearing a shield  "Ermine, on a bend three crosses crosslet, depending from a tree of three small branches," who might have been the same person.”
“Only the eldest sons bore the Chevron chequy, the rest of the family bore the Beauchamp crosses crosslet.”
“Sir Thomas Arden and Sir John bore as arms the three crosses crosslet, and the chief or, the same as the legitimate family.”
“The arms were the three crosses crosslet and a chief or; crest, a double row of ostrich feathers out of a ducal coronet.”
“Museum, and bears three crosses crosslet and a chief Arderne.”
“On the side nearest the rock is a splayed opening ending outwardly in a crosslet large enough for three or four men to use at the same time.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘crosslet’.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
visual, sculptural, architectural, decorative, graphic, typographic, art historical...
A bunch of -let words, emphasis on the diminutive. Feel free to neologize.
words and phrases containing cross
Words and phrases used in blazoning heraldic devices, along with names and other terms associated with the art and science.
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Shamelessly ripped off from this site and others (to be named hereinafter). (Fair warning: for my own edification, I may add definitions/comments from the site, but you might want to just go there ...
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
As opposed to 'true' -lets, for which I have another list. 'The oldest words in Eng. with this ending are adoptions of OF. words formed by adding the dim. suffix -et, -ete (see -ET1) to ns. with th...
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