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Definition of the adjective addorsed
What does addorsed mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [context: heraldry, of animals] set back to back
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An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland (1874)
by John Woody Papworth
Or two lions ramp, addorsed in fess gu. Sire de Waiieribount, A, or Wadripcn, D. Or two lions ramp, combatant gu. Winchcomb. Wycosb. Wycombe, V. Or two lions ramp, combatant gu. langued and armed az. Wycomb. Wycombe. Or two lions ...
An alphabetical dictionary of coats of arms belonging to families in Great Britain and Ireland, ed. by A.W. Morant (1874)
by John Woody Papworth
Or two lions ramp, addorsed in fess gu. Sire de Wadebibopnt, A, or Wadripcn, D. Or two lions ramp, combatant gu. Wixchcosib. riicoMB. Wycombe, V. Or two lions ramp, combatant gu. langued and armed az. Wycomb. Wycombe.
THE BOOK OF Family Crests; COMPRISING NEARLY EVERY FAMILY BEARING PROPERLY BLAZONED AND EXPLAINED, ACCOMPANIED BY UPWARDS OF FOUR THOUSAND ENGRAVINGS, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE CRESTS OF THE PRESS AND BARONETS-NEARLY BYBRY FAMILY OF ENGLAND, WALES, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND, THE COLONIES, ETC., ETC., WITH THE SURNAMES OF THE BEARERS, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, A DICTIONARY OF MOTTOS, AN ESSAY ON THE ORIGIN OF ARMS, CRESTS, ETC., AND A GLOSSARY OF TERMS. THIRTEENTH EDITION. VOL. II (1882)
Lanerun, two lions' heads, issuing, addorsed, ppr., collared, or. pi. 8, n.38. Lancashire, a demi-lion rampant, ar., gorged with a chapiet, vert, in the paws an escutcheon, charged with two bendlets, or, the uppermost engrailed. pi. 3, n. 34.
[ADDoRSED.] (2) Sejant affronté: Borne in full face, sitting with the forepaws extended sideways, as the lion in crest of Scotland. (3) Sejant rampant: [ RAMPANT-SE.JANT.] *sé-join, "se-joyn, wit. [Lat, sejungo, from se= apart, and jungo = to join.
by Robert Hunter
[Addorsed.] (2) Sejant ajfronU : Borne in full face, sitting with the forepaws extended sideways, as the lion in crest of Scotland. (3) Sejant rampant : [ Rampant-Sejant.] •se-Johl', *se-joyn, v.t. [Lat. sejungo, from se— apart, and jungo — to join.] ...
A Guide for Authors, Editors, Printers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors, and Typists, with Full List of Abbreviations by Frederick Howard Collins
addorsed*, not adorsed, r dossed. address, in Fr. f. adresse; (typ.) in printed letters to be s.caps. adducible *, not - ceable. Adeler (Max), 1841-, Amer. writer (see also Adi-). a deml (Fr.), by halves. a/ ...
roundel, saltire,statant, tierced,unicorn, urinant addorsed,antelope,caboched, couchant, insignia,mantling,sanguine, sinister,tincture 09 carnation, displayed, hatchment camelopard,cinquefoil, coatofarms,cockatrice, emblazonry, escutcheon, ...
The manual of heraldry, being a concise description of several terms used, and containing a dictionary of every designation in the science (1904)
by Grant, Francis J. (Francis James), Sir
Addorsed, Any animals set back to back. See Lion. Allerion. An eagle displayed, without beak or feet. Ex. Argent, an allerion gules. Alternate. Figures or tinctures that succeed each other by turns. Amethyst. A precious store of a violet colour, ...
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)
A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
[ADDoRsED.] : Cymbeline, fate, fat, fare, amidst, whät, fall, father; we, wét, here, camel, hêr, thère; pine, pit, sire, sir, marine; gö, pöt, boil, báy; póüt, jówl: cat, gen, chorus, ghin, bench: go,. 90 adorability-adream (b) of things: Not native.
Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological; with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c by James Donald (F.R.G.S.)
ADDORSED, ad-dorst', adj. (Iter.) Placed back to bad. [From L. ad, to, and dorsum , back.] ADDRESS, ad-dres', v.t. To direct to : to make ready : to speak or write to : to court : to direct in writing : (Spenser) to clothe. — n. A formal communication ...
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