- covered with many small, identical figures.
Origin of semé
Examples from the Web for seme
Historical Examples of seme
Certys me seme at I se e felonus couines of wikked men abounden in ioie and in gladnes.
O e erelyche bestes considere e nat ouer whiche ing at it seme at e han power.
And it seme to some oer folk at noblesse of renoun be e souerein goode.
Noblesse and fauour of poeple whiche at iue as it seme a manere clernesse of renoun.
For it seme at gentilesse be a maner preysynge at come of decert of auncestres.
- (postpositive usually foll by of) heraldry dotted (with)semé of fleurs-de-lys gules
Word Origin for semé
"covered with a small, constantly repeating pattern," 1560s, from Middle French semée "strewn, sprinkled," past participle of semer, from Latin seminare "to sow," from semen (genitive seminis) "seed" (see semen).