2 edition of Erminois found in the catalog.
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House Hamell is a noble house from the westerlands. They blazon their arms with an erminois maunch on pink, an erminois border. Their words are not known. Books shelved as eros: Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin, Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille, Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James, Little Birds by Anaïs Nin.
It is described as "Erminois, an elephant azure on a chief of the second a sun between two beehives or, Crest: a hind secant ermonois collored gules, reposing his Dexter on a beehive or". The arms and crest, printed in color, may also be found in the Volume of Americana referred to above. 33) (Holme Park, co. Berks). Chequy or and aa. on a chief gu. two mullets of the first. Crest—A talbot sejant erminois. 34) Ar. three palmers’ staves sa. heads, rests, and ends or, on a chief of the second as many escallops of the first. Crest—An escallop ar. betw. two laurel branches vert.
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Ermine (/ ˈ ɜːr m ɪ n /) in heraldry is a "fur", a type of tincture, consisting of a white background with a pattern of black shapes representing the winter coat of the stoat (a species of weasel with white fur and a black-tipped tail).
The linings of medieval coronation cloaks and some other garments, usually reserved for use by high-ranking peers and royalty, were made by sewing many. Erminois definition is - a heraldic fur consisting of black ermine spots on a golden field.
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‘Erminois is a golden field with black spots, and pean is a black field with golden spots.’ More example sentences ‘Ermine furs are a basic field scattered with ermine spots, and are treated according to their base field color; thus ermine and erminois would be considered metal fields.’.
(heraldry) In blazon, ermine with a field or instead of argent (gold with black spots). The five furs of heraldry are: ermine (white field w/black spots), ermines (reverse of the ermine), erminois (reverse of the pean), pean (ermine with different colors), and vair (bell-shaped); these names are derived from Latin and Old French words, and the historical development of patterns in England and France.
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Fairbairn's Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britain andVolumes Devons dexter hand holding dexter paw ducal coronet ducally crowned ducally gorged eagle displayed Earl embowed ppr erect ppr erminois escallop escutcheon Esquire Essex falcon fess ﬁrst ﬁtchée ﬂames ﬂeur-de-lis fructed gardant Glouc hand ppr head arg.
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passant. Erminois (gold with black ermine spots) Crest: A demi-lion rampant, per pale erminois et azure. Motto: Esse quam videri or "To be, rather than to seem." The history of the Dickinson Coat of Arms goes back to the London Heraldry Office.
This particular arms was given to the Dickinsons of Bradley Hall. It is thought that it was first. To the vairs and ermines of old use the heraldry books have added “erminois,” which is a gold field with black ermine fails, “pean,” which is “erminois” reversed, and “erminites,” which is ermine with a single red hair on either side of each black tail.
The vairs, mainly by misunderstanding of the various patterns found in old. Sexual fantasies are unique and individual and this is a book that understands that. Per Night Shift's Amazon description: "Your mission: In a sketchy and sexy world filled with tissues, gallons.
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Erm 42 Ermines 41 Erminois 41 Pean 41 Vair 41 Vair 41 Counter Vair 41 Potent 41 Counter Potent 41 Componée 43 Counter Componée. ermining definition: Verb 1. Present participle of ermine. Being now requefted by Lawrence Wilkinfon to make fearch for the antient sic coate sic armor belonging to that name and Familye, sic which I find to be—'Azure a feffe erminois betwene sic thre sic unicorns paffant Argant;'—and for that I can fynd sic noe sic creaft sic proper, or belonging thereunto, as unto many antient sic coates at this day there is wanting, he hath further.
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Page - Spencer ; over all in chief for augmentation on an escucheon arg. a cross gu. debruised by on an escuclieon az. three fleurs-de-lis or. Cap Per bend sinister dancetty erminois and sa. a lion ramp, counterchanged on a canton gu. a covered cup arg. SIMPSON, Glover's House, Sittingbourn, Kent: quartering erm.
a chev. betw. three pheasant cock's heads couped az. with arg. on a fess 5/5(1). Erminois shows black tails on a gold ground. Erminites is the same as Ermine, but each black tail has one outer red hair on each side.
Pean shows gold tails on a black ground. Counter Vair has the skins differently arranged. Potent is like Vair, but the skins are differently shaped, like thick T's. The more than poems in Brink Road date from to the present and none has previously appeared in book form.
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Azure, a lion passant guardant erminois grasping five arrows the pheons downwards, or, and for the crest on a wreath of the colours, out of a crown vallery gules a demi lion erminois holding between the paws five arrows as in the arms.
Austrian Barony granted by Imperial Decree, Symon Degge 2 son Colton per vxor prima ob. Sampson Boughey of per vxor secunda. Colton. Symon Boughey Degge. THE VISITATION OF DERBYSHIRE. 39 WOOLHOUSE. Arms. — Per pale Azure and Gules, a chevron erminois between three plates.
Crest. — An eagle's head erased erminois, gorged ivith a crown Argent. Robert Woolhouse de Glapwell.erminois definition: Noun (uncountable) 1. (heraldry) ermine with a field or instead of argent.