a person entitled to armorial bearings.
an armorbearer to a knight; a squire.
- ar·mig·er·al [ahr-mij-er-uhl], /ɑrˈmɪdʒ ər əl/, adjective
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How to use armiger in a sentence
Joyce, and Mr. armiger, and my father and mother with me, where they stand till I was weary of their company and so away.
Back to Mrs. Turner's, where several friends, all strangers to me but Mr. armiger, dined.
Julia armiger sent me word just now that she had an extra ticket for the last Ambrose concert.The Touchstone | Edith Wharton
The name kept the title after it—armiger—though the man himself had long departed to a life with other distinctions.Juliana Horatia Ewing And Her Books | Horatia K. F. Eden
At noon comes my brother Tom and Mr. armiger to dine with me, and did, and we were very merry.
British Dictionary definitions for armiger
a person entitled to bear heraldic arms, such as a sovereign or nobleman
a squire carrying the armour of a medieval knight
- armigerous (ɑːˈmɪdʒərəs), adjective
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