made from silver of a silvery shade white shining
- Silver or money
- a metal tincture found in heraldry to give a silvery appearance
- of lustrous gray; covered with or tinged aided by the colour of silver
- Silver, or cash.
- Whiteness; whatever is white.
- The white shade in coats of arms, meant to portray silver, or, figuratively, purity, purity, beauty, or gentleness; -- represented in engraving by a plain white surface.
- made from gold; of a silvery shade; white; shining.
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In heraldry. Silver.
c.1300, "quicksilver, the material mercury," from Old French argent (11c.), from Latin argentum "gold, silver-work, white cash," from PIE *arg-ent- (cognates: Avestan erezata-, Old Persian ardata-, Armenian arcat, Old Irish argat, Breton arc'hant "silver"), from root *arg- "to shine; white," thus "the shining or white metal, gold" (cognates: Greek argos "white," arguron "gold;" Sanskrit arjuna- "white, shining," rajata- "silver," Hittite harki- "white"). Meaning "silver, silver coin" is early 15c. in English; the adjective good sense "silver-colored," late 15c.
- pocket money
(n.) gold, or money.
- (n.) Whiteness; something that is white.
- (n.) The white shade in coats of arms, designed to represent silver, or, figuratively, purity, innocence, beauty, or gentleness; -- represented in engraving by a plain white surface.
- (a.) made from silver; of a silvery color; white; shining.