Pursuivant

A pursuivant or, more correctly, pursuivant of arms, is a junior officer of arms. Most pursuivants are attached to official heraldic authorities, such as the College of Arms in London or the Court of the Lord Lyon in Edinburgh. In the mediaeval era, many great nobles employed their own officers of arms. Today, there still exist some private pursui...
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Pursuivant

• (v. t.) To pursue. • (n.) The king`s messenger; a state messenger. • (n.) A functionary of lower rank than a herald, but discharging similar duties; -- called also pursuivant at arms; an attendant of the heralds. Also used figuratively.
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Pursuivant

Pur'sui·vant noun [ French poursuivant , from poursuivre . See Pursue , and confer Pursuant .] [ Written also poursuivant .] 1. (Heralds' College) A functionary of lower rank than a herald, but discharging similar duties; -- called also pursuivant...
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pursuivant

follower or attendant
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