Blason

Blason originally comes from the heraldic term blazon in French heraldry and means either the codified description of a coat of arms or the coat of arms itself. The Dutch term is Blazoen, and in either Dutch or French, the term is often used to refer to the coat of arms of a chamber of rhetoric. ==History== The term forms the root of the modern wo...
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blason

a type of catalog verse in which something is either praised or blamed through a detailed listing of its attributes or faults. The word is normally ... [1 related articles]
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