• (adj): Of or relating to heraldry.
    Synonyms: heraldist
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on heraldic:

... The yale is among the heraldic beasts used by the British Royal Family ... mother, Lady Margaret (1443–1509), was a Beaufort, and the Beaufort heraldic legacy inherited by both her and her son included the yale ... In the US, the yale as a heraldic symbol is weakly associated with Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut ...
Canadian Heraldry - Modern Heraldry - Official
... Before the creation of the Canadian Heraldic Authority, Canadians wishing to obtain a legally granted coat of arms had to apply to one of the two heraldic offices in ... The push for a wholly Canadian heraldic system came largely from the Heraldry Society of Canada (now the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada) almost from its ... Heraldry Society of Canada calling for the creation of the Canadian Heraldic Authority to a staff member in then-Secretary of State David Crombie's office ...
Saint-Laurent Herald
... of one of the officers of arms at the Canadian Heraldic Authority in Ottawa ... In addition to his/her regular heraldic duties, Saint-Laurent Herald, as the Registrar of the Canadian Heraldic Authority, is responsible for maintaining the Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada ...
Croatian Heraldic And Vexillologic Association
... The Croatian Heraldic and Vexillologic Association (Croatian Hrvatsko grboslovno i zastavoslovno društvo), known as CHVA for short, is a non-governmental and non-profit institution ... International Congresses of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences ...
Canadian Heraldry
... tradition and style of coats of arms and other heraldic achievements in both modern and historic Canada ... provincial, and civic arms, noble and personal arms, ecclesiastical heraldry, heraldic displays as corporate logos, and Canadian heraldic descriptions ... Derived mainly from heraldic traditions in France and the United Kingdom, Canadian heraldry also incorporates distinctly Canadian symbols, especially native ...

More definitions of "heraldic":

  • (adj): Indicative of or announcing something to come.
    Example: "The Beetles were heraldic of a new style of music"

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