Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of present participle.
“ppr'. $row [ 'post_id']: 'pr'. $row [ 'post_id'];”
“Totally explains why most college-aged kids can't spl thr wy out of a wt ppr bg.”
“Crest, on a mount vert, a wyvern ppr. ducally gorged, and lined or.”
“Crest: A woodman holding a club in the dexter hand and a palm branch in the sinister, in bend, all ppr.”
“On a mount vert a walnut tree, ppr.; on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the Arms of France, with a label of three points ar.”
“Ar. a dexter hand brandishing a sabre trenchant ppr hilt gold.”
“A hart pass.ppr. horned, membered and hurt in haunch with arrow or feathered ar.”
“Crest, a dexter arm embowed; habited in mail, holding in the hand all ppr. a spiked club or.”
“Breadalbane is a boar's head, erased ppr., and his motto is, Follow Me.”
“The ancient crest was a mermaid ppr.; but that now used, granted in 1400, is a demi-lion rampant (gu, guttée, ar), holding in his paws a royal mace.”
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