lozenge

  1. a small aromatic or medicated candy
  2. a dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet

Lozenge

A diamond-shaped device used that may appear, on a coat of arms singly or in a group, with or without other emblems.
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Lozenge

A lozenge (◊), often referred to as a diamond, is a form of rhombus. The definition of lozenge is not strictly fixed, and it is sometimes used simply as a synonym (from the French losange) for rhombus. Most often, though, lozenge refers to a thin rhombus—a rhombus with acute angles of 45°. The lozenge shape is often used in parquetry and as d...
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lozenge

A step-cut gem with a diamond shape.
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Lozenge

• (n.) A diamond-shaped figure usually with the upper and lower angles slightly acute, borne upon a shield or escutcheon. Cf. Fusil. • (n.) Anything in the form of lozenge. • (n.) A figure with four equal sides, having two acute and two obtuse angles; a rhomb. • (n.) A form of the escutcheon used by women instead of the shield w...
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lozenge

(from the article `heraldry`) ...a Y-shape. The pile is a triangle pointing downward. The flaunch, or flanch, is a segment of a circle drawn from the top of the shield to the ...
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lozenge

(loz´әnj) a discoid-shaped, solid, medicinal preparation for solution in the mouth, consisting of an active ingredient incorporated in a suitably flavored base, such as sugar and mucilage, glycerinated gelatin, or a hard sugar candy. Called also troche. a triangular area of tissue marked for excision...
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lozenge

noun a small aromatic or medicated candy
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Lozenge

[heraldry] The lozenge in heraldry is a diamond-shaped charge (an object that can be placed on the field of the shield), usually somewhat narrower than it is tall. It is to be distinguished in modern heraldry from the fusil, which is like the lozenge but narrower, though the distinction has not always been as fine and is not always observed...
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Lozenge

Loz'enge (lŏz'ĕnj) noun [ French lozange , losange ; perhaps the same as Old French losenge f flattery, praise, the heraldic sense being the oldest (cf. English hatchment , blazon ). Confer Losenger , Laudable .] 1. (Her.)...
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lozenge

A diamond shape.
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Lozenge

A lozenge shape is a four-sided two-dimensional figure with a diamond-like shape.
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Lozenge

a rhomb, a four sided figure.
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lozenge

A rhombus with a 60° angle.
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Lozenge

Diamond shape.
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Lozenge

Diamond shape.
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lozenge

diamond-shaped mark indicating possibility in formal logic
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Lozenge

In heraldry, a lozenge is a diamond-shaped figure usually with the upper and lower angles slightly acute, borne upon a shield or escutcheon. The term also describes a form of the escutcheon used by women (with the exception in English heraldry of the Sovereign) instead of the shield which is used by men. The use of the lozenge in place of the shiel...
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lozenge

Synonym: troche. ... Origin: Fr. Losange, fr. Lozange, rhombic ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lozenge

Type: Term Pronunciation: loz′enj Synonyms: troche
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lozenge

[n] - a small aromatic or medicated candy
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