from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry: Arranged in the form of a saltier, as small bearings of any kind of approximately circular form, not only roundels, bezants, etc., but mullets, escallops, martlets, etc.
- Divided by two diagonal lines having the position of the arms of the saltier: said of the field or a bearing.
- Lying in the direction of the two arms of the saltier: as, a sword and spear or two swords saltierwise. See cut under angle, 5.
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