Blazon

Poetry which catalogues the virtues or attributes of women e.g. the tenth stanza of Spenser's Epithalamion.
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Blazon

Bla'zon noun [ Middle English blason , blasoun , shield, from French blason coat of arms, Old French shield, from the root of Anglo-Saxon blæse blaze, i. e. , luster, splendor, Middle High German blas torch See Blaze , noun ] ...
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Blazon

Bla'zon transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Blazoned ; present participle & verbal noun Blazoning ] [ From blazon , noun ; confused with 4th blaze : confer French blasonner .] 1. To depict in color...
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Blazon

Bla'zon intransitive verb To shine; to be conspicuous. [ R.]
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Blazon

• (v. t.) To depict in colors; to display; to exhibit conspicuously; to publish or make public far and wide. • (n.) An heraldic shield; a coat of arms, or a bearing on a coat of arms; armorial bearings. • (n.) The art or act of describing or depicting heraldic bearings in the proper language or manner. • (v. i.) To shine; to be ...
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blazon

(from the article `heraldry`) Heraldic descriptions are called blazons. The term is derived from the French blason, the etymology of which is uncertain. Originally it denoted the ...
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Blazon

In heraldry and heraldic vexillology, a blazon is a formal description of a coat of arms, flag or similar emblem, from which the reader can reconstruct the appropriate image. The verb to blazon means to create such a description. The visual depiction of a coat of arms or flag traditionally has considerable latitude in design, while a blazon specif...
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blazon

heraldic arms painted on knight's shield or surcoat; to describe heraldically
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