noun, plural her·ald·ries.
Origin of heraldry
Related Words for heraldrylogo, symbol, trademark, insignia, emblem, shield, coat, ensign, escutcheon, signet, heraldry, blazonry, hallmark, stamp, sign, imprint, welt, logotype, marker, emblazonry
Examples from the Web for heraldry
Historical Examples of heraldry
In all such cases the heraldry should be true, and not of the "bogus" kind.Wood-Carving
These shields are figured in the Glossary of Heraldry, pp. 285, 286.
But why is this mere question of heraldry a matter of importance for the historian?The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2)
In heraldry, the common bucket is called a water bouget or budget.The Sailor's Word-Book
William Henry Smyth
We have to vindicate the reputation of our Heraldry, as well in the one capacity as in the other.The Handbook to English Heraldry
noun plural -ries
"art of arms and armorial bearings," late 14c., heraldy, from Old French hiraudie "heralds collectively," from hiraut (see herald (n.)). The spelling with -r- is attested from 1570s (cf. poetry, pedantry).