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- adj. Alternative form of fitché.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having fitches or vetches.
- adj. Fitché.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cut to a point; in heraldry, same as fitché.
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Arg, 3 flowres de lize between 6 crosse crosslets, Hillary fitchy sa. a border G.Arg. a playne crosse G.G. a playne cross arg
Semé de cross crosslets fitchy, and a lion rampant, double queue ...
An escutcheon seméof cross-crosslets is crusily, and if the cross-crosslets are fitchy it is crusily fitchy.
Crosses can be-among other things-crosslet, potent, avellan, moline, paty, formy, fitchy or paty or formy fitchy at the foot.
Or, hold* ing in his paws a cross crosslet fitchy.
Arms, Gules, a Hop rampant, between three ftoss crossleti fitchy.