from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, having hoofs: noting ruminant animals. The epithet is used only when the hoofs are of a different tincture from the rest of the bearing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Her.) Hoofed, or bearing hoofs; -- used only when these are of a tincture different from the body.
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- adjective heraldry Having
hoofsof a tincturedifferent from the body.
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On a Wreath, _or and azure, a tower triple-towered of the first, from the portal a hart springing argent, attired and unguled gold_ (IRELAND).
Animals are “_hoofed_” or “_unguled_” of their hoofs; and “_langued_” of their tongues.
The supporters are 'two unicorns argent maned and unguled, or gorged with open crowns.'
And for supporters, on the dexter side, an unicorn, argent, armed, maned and unguled, or, gorged with a crown, gules, and a chain of the same fixed thereto.
Two bulls, Argent, armed and unguled, Or, each gorged with a collar dancette.
Argent, attired proper, unguled and gorged with like collar and chain.