Definitions

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  • adj. of, or relating to heraldry

Etymologies

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heraldry +‎ -ic

Examples

  • It is pretty much a heraldric wolf and Lauren's great spread of the pics shows it better.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • Do wish the R&D had spent more time R&D the Stark direwolf sigil and heraldric sigils from many periods.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • So, I see no reason why the heraldric symbols can't display as seemingly wide a time frame, from older-looking designs of simple heraldy to the complicated later arms.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • Now the only possibility is that in the later 14th century in Germany some other Tinctures in RL heraldric use came to be used.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • Let me help add a little historical information regarding the use of a few non-traditional heraldric colors and metals.

    Day 18: Final days of UK filming

  • The dipsa was popular in heraldry, and Lucan described one heraldric dipsa thusly: the snake's head, twisted backwards, bites a pale young armigerous man of the blood of the Turrenne.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Ferne's lament over the loss of heraldric virtue and splendor, which the inns had sustained in his time, testifies to the presence of a considerable plebeian element amongst the members of the law-university.

    A Book About Lawyers

  • Beside this door were crowns, sceptres, banners, all sorts of patents and commissions, and all kinds of heraldric and warlike arms.

    The Sleeping Bard or, Visions of the World, Death, and Hell

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