Quarta-feira, 1 de Abril de 2015

Eden - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Eden of West Auckland:
“an arm vambraced proper, holding with its hand a garb in fess or.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: big.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: military.
Canting impression: “to eat”.
Virtual trace: shield » figurations » scallops.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 5 ~ 5.

Cypher: 29.

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Terça-feira, 31 de Março de 2015

Floyd - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Floyd of Chearsley Hill:
a lion reguardant argent, murally crowned gules, bearing a banner as the standard of Tippoo Sultan proper.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “to fly”.
Virtual trace: crest » figuration » banner .
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 5 ~ 8.

Cypher: 223.

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Segunda-feira, 30 de Março de 2015

Cave - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Cave of Stanford:
“a greyhound courant sable, holding in his mouth a scroll with the word GARDEZ.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: unknown or none.
Canting impression: “cave” (Latin » beware).
Virtual trace: crest » motto » gardez (French » beware) .
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: excellent.
Number of graphemes: 5 ~ 5.

Cypher: 17.

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Sábado, 28 de Março de 2015

Pratt - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Pratt of the Earls of Camden:
“an elephant's head erased argent.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: small.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: associated with the shield.
Canting impression: “to peer at”.
Virtual trace: shield » figurations » elephant's heads.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: excellent.
Number of graphemes: 5 ~ 6.

Cypher: 131.

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Sexta-feira, 27 de Março de 2015

Guise - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Guise of Elmore Court:
“out of a ducal coronet or, a swan rising proper, collared and chained of the first.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: unknown or none.
Canting impression: “to whizz”.
Virtual trace: shield » figuration » mullet.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: excellent.
Number of graphemes: 6 ~ 8.

Cypher: 105.

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Quinta-feira, 26 de Março de 2015

Warner - Crest

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In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Warner of Rowington:
“a horse's head erased per fess ermine and gules, crined of the last.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: big.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: venatic.
Canting impression: “to wear”.
Virtual trace: crest » pattern » ermine.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: excellent.
Number of graphemes: 7 ~ 12.

Cypher: 583.

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