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heraldic

[ he-ral-dik, huh- ]
/ hɛˈræl dɪk, hə- /
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adjective
of, relating to, or characteristic of heralds or heraldry: heraldic form; heraldic images; heraldic history; a heraldic device.
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Origin of heraldic

First recorded in 1765–75; herald + -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM heraldic

he·ral·di·cal·ly, adverbun·he·ral·dic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for heraldic

heraldic
/ (hɛˈrældɪk) /

adjective
of or relating to heraldry
of or relating to heralds

Derived forms of heraldic

heraldically, adverb
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