/ (ˈlɒzɪndʒɪ) /
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(usually postpositive) heraldry divided by diagonal lines to form a lattice
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How to use lozengy in a sentence
A bend lozengy, or of lozenges (Fig. 79), will be found in the arms of Bolding.
The result produced is very similar to "lozengy" (Fig. 126), and care should be taken to distinguish the two.
Lozengy or and azure, a chevron gules, a crescent for difference (Gorges).The Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West|William Henry Hamilton Rogers
The arms borne by the family are: Sable, a bend lozengy, arg.Cornish Characters|S. Baring-Gould
A field divided into squares or checkers formed checky, and when divided into what are now called lozenges it became lozengy.Heraldry for Craftsmen & Designers|William Henry St. John Hope