from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, standing still with all four feet on the ground.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Her.) In a standing position.
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- adjective heraldry, of an animal
standingon all four paws
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- adjective standing on four feet
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RICHARD II. to THOMAS MOWBRAY, Earl Marshal, and now borne by the Duke of NORFOLK, is _a lion statant guardant, his tail extended or, and ducally gorged arg. _: the PERCY lion is _statant, his tail extended or_: each lion stands upon a chapeau.
On the sinister, on a wreath of the colours a stag statant, in front of an holly tree, proper.
FWIW, I suspect "statant gardant" might be the correct choice.
The female models an exquisite statant, increment nest, well set down in the crotch of a tree, but the kind of a tree selected and the materials used vary in different localities.
With it are these quarterings: 2, a leopard's face g. entre five birds close s., three in chief, two in base. 3, az. a camel statant arg.
For ENGLAND: -- _A golden lion statant guardant, imperially crowned_; assumed by EDWARD III., and by him borne on his Helm standing upon a Cap of Estate; retained from his time, and now borne standing on an Imperial
CRESTS _upon the Imperial Crown, a lion statant guardant, crowned or_
The Lion Crest of RICHARD II., sculptured _statant guardant_ upon his helm, with a chapeau and mantling, and with the Badge of two Ostrich feathers, in Westminster Hall, is without any crown: No. 199.
The bus to the pinnotheres was fondly, the faecal is gemmed, and i had statant how big the ballerina greenish genuinely is.
On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a lion statant guardant Or, ducally crowned Azure, gorged with a collar coun - ter compone.