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Definition of the adjective crined
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- [heraldry] Having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.
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by Hugh Clark
Crined is a term when the beard of an animal differs in tincture from its body. Cronel, the iron head of a tilting spear. P. 2, n. 19. Sable, a chevron, ermine, between three cronels, of a tilt spear, argent, name, Wiseman. Crosier. This staff (according to Polydore Virgil) was given to bishops to chastise the vices of the people. It is called Baculus Pastoralis, as given 136 INTRODUCTION TO PLANT It.
An Introduction to Heraldry (1829)
Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules for Blazoning and Marshalling Coat Armours; the English and Scottish Regalia; a Dictionary of Heraldic Terms; Orders of Knighthood, Illustrated and Explained; Degrees of the Nobility and Gentry; Tables of Precedency, Etc., Titles and Duties of the Great Officers of State; and of the Officers of the College of Arms, Etc; and a New Chapter on Heraldry as in Conjunction with Architecture ... by Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull
CRINED is a term when the beard of an animal differs in tincture from its body. CRoNEL, the iron head of a tilting spear.
Together with an Illustrated Supplement by Arthur Francis Pimbley
Crined — Used to describe an animal having its hair of a different tincture. Croisant — (crois'-ant) A cross the ends of which terminate in crescents. Cross — One of the earliest and noblest of the honorable ordinaries. When borne plain it is blazoned simply as a cross. There are, however, more than a hundred varieties, some of the better known being the following : Anchored, Fitchee, Avellane, Flory, Bezant, Foimee Bottony, ...
by William Berry
crined or, holding a comb and glass of the third. — Crest, a hedge-hog sa. Prestwick. Ar. three dog-fish, naiant, in pale, sa.
An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland (1874)
by Morant. A. W.
crined or. Holcombe, co. Devon. Az. a chev. arg. betw. three men's heads in profile couped at the shoulders or wreathed of the second. Holcomb or Holcombe, Hole, co. Devon. Az . a chev. erm. betw. three Moor's heads in profile couped sa. Blacker, co. Buckingham. Az. a chev. erm. betw. three savage's heads in profile couped wreathed Edingtoun, Garcunnock, Scotland. Az. a chev. betw. three esquire's helmets or. Alexander Edeyn ...
An alphabetical dictionary of coats of arms belonging to families in Great Britain and Ireland, ed. by A.W. Morant (1874)
by Alfred William W. Morant
crined or. Holcombe, co. Devon. Az. a chev. arg. betw. three men's heads in profile couped at the shoulders or wreathed of the second. Hoixomb or Holcombe, Hole, co. Devon. Az . a chev. crm. betw. three Moor's heads in pro- tile couped sa. Blacker, co. Buckingham. Az. a chev. erm. betw. three savage's heads in profile couped .... wreathed .... Edinotoun, Garcunnock, Scotland, Az. a chev. betw. three esquire's helmets or. Alexander ...
CRINED. This is said of an animal whose hair is of a different tincture from its body. Ex. Argent, a mermaid gules, crined or. CRosIER. The pastoral staff of a bishop or abbot : a very frequent charge in ecclesiastical arms. Ex. Or, a crosier gules, in bend. CRoss. An honourable ordinary, more used as a charge in a coat of arms than any of the others. During the Crusades for the recovery of the Holy Land, the troops of the different nations that joined in the Crusade displayed crosses on ...
CRINED, krind (from archaic Eng. crine, from Fr. crin, Lat. crinis, hair).
armed, crined, ...
The rhymers' lexicon (1971)
by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury
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A Dictionary of Military Knowledge by Edward Samuel Farrow
CRINED.—A term in Heraldry. When the hair of a man or woman, or the mane of a horse, differs in tincture from the rest of the charge, the object is said to be crined, of such a metal or color. See Heraldry. CRINIERE.—Small plates of armor used in the Middle Ages to defend the necks of war-horses. Also written Manifere. Sometimes written Crinet. CRIQUES.–Small ditches which are made in dif. ferent parts of a ground for the purpose of inundating a country, in order to obstruct the ...
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