orle contar sus conquistas era cosa de morirse de risa,25 porque hay Tenorios de Tenorios, y aqul fu de los ms originales.
Arranged after the manner of an orle, forming a border to a Shield, as in No. 86.
An orle is about half the width of a bordure, rather less than more, but the proportion is never very exactly maintained.
Small charges are frequently disposed about the border of a Shield in orle, as in Nos. 86 and 132.
The same rule, by the way, applies to the tressure, but not to the orle.
Yo me hubiera quedado a orle la misa, pero hoy es da de15 mucha fatiga para m.
Thus the martlets in the shield of Erpingham, already described, may be called an orle of martlets or a border of martlets.
Erpingham bore “Vert a scocheon silver with an orle (or border) of silver martlets.”
Barry of ten argent and azure, an orle of martlets gules (Valence).
The arms on the memorial to John Pierrepont are—A lion rampant within eight roses in orle.