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Heraldic Lines and Ordinaries
Even the colors can have special meaning in a "family crest" or coat of arms:
and elevation of the mind
Silver or White (Argent)
Peace and sincerity
Warrior or martyr; Military
strength and magnanimity
Truth and loyalty
and loyalty in love
Constancy or grief
, and justice
Orange (Tawny or Tenne)
Maroon (Sanguine or Murray)
Patient in battle,
and yet victorious
(Popular Ways of Dividing Shields Shown Here)
The mere fact that a shield or crest contains furs suggests a mark of dignity. Usually the fur coat of the weasel is represented.
White with black spots.
Gold with black spots.
Black with white spots.
Black with gold spots.
Blue and white bell-shaped objects.
Heraldic Lines and Ordinaries:
Clouds or air
Sea or water
Earth or land
that have been encountered
Walls of a fortress or town (also, fire)
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