ancré

[ ang-krey ]
/ ˈæŋ kreɪ /

adjective Heraldry.(of a cross)

having the end of each limb divided and carved outward like the flukes of an anchor; moline: a cross ancré.

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Origin of ancré

<French, equivalent to anchreanchor + (<Latin -ātus-ate1)
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