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heraldry

[ her-uhl-dree ]
/ ˈhɛr əl dri /
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noun, plural her·ald·ries.
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Origin of heraldry

1350–1400; Middle English. See herald, -ry

OTHER WORDS FROM heraldry

her·ald·ist, noun
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How to use heraldry in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for heraldry

heraldry
/ (ˈhɛrəldrɪ) /

noun plural -ries
the occupation or study concerned with the classification of armorial bearings, the allocation of rights to bear arms, the tracing of genealogies, etc
the duties and pursuit of a herald
armorial bearings, insignia, devices, etc
heraldic symbols or symbolism
the show and ceremony of heraldry

Derived forms of heraldry

heraldist, noun
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