To shine become conspicuous
- To depict in colors to display to exhibit conspicuously to publish or make community far and wide
- A shield
- the official signs of a household, condition, etc.
- decorate with heraldic hands
- A shield.
- An heraldic guard; a layer of hands, or a bearing on a layer of arms; armorial bearings.
- The art or work of explaining or depicting heraldic bearings inside correct language or way.
- Ostentatious show, either by terms or other means; publication; tv show; description; record.
- To depict in colors; to display; showing conspicuously; to write or make public far and wide.
- To deck; to embellish; to decorate.
- to spell it out in appropriate terms (the numbers of heraldicu000du000a products); additionally, to delineate (armorial bearings); to emblazon.
- To shine; to be conspicuous.
"layer of hands," belated 13c., from Old French blason (12c.) "a shield, blazon," in addition "collar bone;" typical Romanic (contrast Spanish blason, Italian blasone, Portuguese brasao, Established
- 1560s, "to depict or color (armorial bearings)," from blazon (n.) otherwise from French blasonner. Earlier in the day as "setting forth decriptively" (1510s); particularly "to vaunt or boast" (1530s), in this use most likely from or influenced by blaze (v.2).
(letter.) A shield.
- (n.) An heraldic guard; a coat of hands, or a bearing on a coat of arms; armorial bearings.
- (n.) The art or act of explaining or depicting heraldic bearings in correct language or way.
- (letter.) Ostentatious screen, either by words or any other means; book; program; information; record.
- (v. t.) To depict in colors; to produce; to demonstrate conspicuously; to write or make general public all over.
- (v. t.) To deck; to embellish; to decorate.
- (v. t.) To spell it out in correct terms (the figures of heraldic products); also, to delineate (armorial bearings); to emblazon.
- (v. i.) To shine; becoming conspicuous.