- vegetation bearing green leaves in a forest and capable of serving as a cover for deer.
- the right to cut such vegetation.
Origin of vert
Definition for vert (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for vert
The tiny creatures “drop the vert ramp” and do extreme stunts in a tiny skate park built by Willmott.The Week in Weird: A Skyscraper Missing Elevators, ‘Frankenfish’ & More|Anna Brand|August 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The names of Vert and Dupuy de Lome must here be specially mentioned.The Dominion of the Air|J. M. Bacon
The woodward was the officer who had the care of the woods and vert and presented offences at the court of attachment.
If he's going to 'vert in this insane way there isn't a day to lose.Under the Deodars|Rudyard Kipling
Twenge bore “Silver a fesse gules between three popinjays (or parrots) vert.”
Here the tressure was gules, as in the Royal arms, although the field on which it was placed was vert.A Complete Guide to Heraldry|Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
British Dictionary definitions for vert (1 of 2)
- the right to cut green wood in a forest
- the wood itself
- the colour green
- (as adjective, usually postpositive)a table vert