- composed of a single row of squares, metal and color alternating; gobony.
Also com·po·né [kuh m-poh-nee; French kawn-paw-ney] /kəmˈpoʊ ni; French kɔ̃ pɔˈneɪ/.
Origin of compony
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- (usually postpositive) heraldry made up of alternating metal and colour, colour and fur, or fur and metal
Word Origin for compony
C16: from Old French componé, from copon piece, coupon
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