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Definition of the noun mascle

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noun - plural: mascles

  1. A lozenge with a smaller lozenge-shaped hole in the centre.

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Google previewThe American Historical Magazine (1908)

of the Sub-Ordinaries as They Are Applied to Coat Armor by henry whittemore A Mascle is a lozenge, voided of the field;

Google previewA Practical Manual of Heraldry and of Heraldic Illumination (1864)

With a Glossary of the Principal Terms Used in Heraldry by Francis Joseph Baigent, Charles James Russell

The Mascle is a lozenge-shaped figure perforated or voided, so that the Field appears through the open part. — Plate IV., fig. 11. Or, a mascle azure. The Rustre is a figure of similar shape, with a circular perforation in its centre. — Plate IV., fig.

Google previewEnglish heraldry (1907)

with four hundred and fifty illus. drawn and engraved on wood by R. B. Utting by Charles Boutell

Mascle (H. 3), and Rustre. The Lozenge is a diamond- shaped figure, or a square set diagonally. The Mascle is a Lozenge voided of the field, No. 143 ; and the Rustre, No. 144, is a Lozenge pierced with a circular opening.

Google previewFlowers and Heraldry (1851)

Or, Floral Emblems and Heraldic Figures, Combined to Express Pure Sentiments, Kind Feelings, and Excellant Principles, in a Manner at Once Simple, Elegant and Beautiful by Robert Tyas

The Mascle is an ordinary, which from its form, so nearly resembling the mesh of a net, has by some writers been supposed to derive its shape and name therefrom. This, however, is uncertain ; suffice it that it is a very ancient charge, and that it ...

Google previewA practical manual of heraldry and heraldic illumination, by F.J. Baigent and C.J. Russell (1864)

by Francis Joseph Baigent, Charles James Russell

The Mascle is a lozenge-shaped figure perforated or voided, so that the Field appears through the open part. — Plate IV., fig. 11. Or, a mascle azure. The Rustre is a figure of similar shape, with a circular perforation in its centre. — Plate FV, fig.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Heraldica Or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry (1828)

by William Berry

Mascle, (in French, made ; and written by the ancients mascnla ; Legonius, le trophee d'armes. Baron, Mackenzie, and later authors, using the same term ; and sometimes written macula!

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

mascle (usually contr. masle, male, X E. male), ( L. masculus, male: see malel.] Same as male1. Natheles comuneliche hure moste love is the monethe of Janver, and yn that monethe theirenne fastest of eny tyme of the 3eer bothe ...

Google previewCentury Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1897)

Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names

mascle (usually contr. masle, male, X E. male), ( L. masculus, male: see malel.] Same as male1. Natheles comuneliche hure moste love is the monethe of Janver, and yn that monethe theirenne fastest of eny tyme of the 3eer bothe ...

Google previewFarrow's Military Encyclopedia (1895)

A Dictionary of Military Knowledge by Edward Samuel Farrow

MASCLE.–In Heraldry, alozengeshaped figure perforated and showing a very narrow border. The term mascally is as a general, thin applied to any field that is divided by diagona lines into lozenge-shaped compartments of alternate tinctures, ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1892)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

The Mascle ( 17 ), a lozenge deprived of the middle part The Fusil (18), an elongated lozenge. Several fusils are sometimes conjoined en fess ( 19 ), as in the coat of Percy. The Billet (20), an oblong figure placed perpendicularly. The Houndle ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary (1833)

by George Crabb

The Sub-ordinaries are the Bordure, the Orle, the Tressure, the Inescutcheon, the Canton, the Quarter, the Billet, the Gyron, the Pile, the Flanche, the Lozenge, the Fusil, the Rustre, the Mascle, the Fret, the Roundle, and the Gutte. Bordure.

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1823)

Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers : in Two Volumes by George Crabb

The Sub-ordinaries are the Bordure, the Orle, the Tressure, the Inescutcheon, the Canton, the Quarter, the Billet, the Gyron, the Pile, the Flanche, the Lozenge, the Fusil, the Rustre, the Mascle, the Fret, the Roundle, and the Gutte.

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