from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as roundel.
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Face appearing in the roundle of the Moone_, cites the poet
Badges are, however, often depicted upon a standard or roundle of the livery colour or colours.
_ A plain ring; sometimes blazoned as a “_false roundle_”: in modern English cadency, the difference of the fifth son or brother: No. 154.
a Shield _per pale azure and gules_, and this Shield is on a roundle.
[Footnote 6: In No. 319 the bordure of _De Dreux_ in the roundle in base is charged with Lions of England, as borne by JOHN DE DREUX; but the presence of these in the Seal of the Countess is uncertain.