Escallop

scallop-shell ornament in HERALDRY.
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Escallop

Es·cal'lop noun See Escalop .
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escallop

verb bake in a sauce, milk, etc., often with breadcrumbs on top
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Escallop

• (n.) See Escalop.
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Escallop

In heraldry, an escalop is a representation of a scallop-shell. It was originally worn as a sign that the wearer had made a pilgrimage to the shrine of St James at Compotella, in Spain. Later it was worn to indicate that the bearer or his ancestors had been at the Crusades or had made long pilgrimages.
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