Terça-feira, 21 de Outubro de 2014

D'Oyly - Crest


In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of D'Oyly of Shottisham:
“out of a ducal coronet or, two wings erect sable, bezanty”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: disassociated from the shield.
Canting impression: “oily”.
Virtual trace: crest » pattern » bezanty.
Denominant's origin: allochthonous.

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

Cypher: 223.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

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Sábado, 18 de Outubro de 2014

Glyn - Crest


In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Glyn of Gaunt's House:
“an eagle's head erased sable, gutty or, in the beak a scallop argent”.

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 glean”.
Virtual trace: crest » attitude » a scallop in the beak.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

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

Cypher: 60.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

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Quarta-feira, 15 de Outubro de 2014

Truro - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Truro of the Barons of Truro: “a stag lodged, holding in its mouth a damask rose, proper”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: disassociated from the shield.
Canting impression: “true rose”.
Virtual trace: crest » figuration » damask rose.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

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

Cypher: 153.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Quinta-feira, 9 de Outubro de 2014

Parker - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Parker of the Earls of Morley: “an arm erect proper, vested azure, cuffed and slashed argent, holding a stag's attire gules”.

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

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 7 ~ 7.

Cypher: 63.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Sexta-feira, 3 de Outubro de 2014

Drake - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Drake of Sir Francis Drake: “a hand issuant from a cloud in the sky dexter, under a scroll with the words Auxilio Divino, holding two ropes attached to the bow of a ship on a globe in full sail to sinister, all proper; aboard aft a wyvern, its wings displayed gules, atop the main mast a star argent”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: maritime.
Canting impression: “drake”.
Virtual trace: crest » figuration » wyvern.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

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

Cypher: 77.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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Terça-feira, 5 de Agosto de 2014

Dilke - Crest

 

In accordance with our methodological approach, we report the development of a new semantic proposition for the crest in the arms of Dilke of Sloane Street: a dove proper”.

Semantic levels: one or more.
Discretion index: medium.
Denominant's verbalization: English.
Designant's verbalization: English.
Heraldic plot: disassociated from the shield.
Canting impression: “to deal”.
Virtual trace: shield » separation and tinctures » per pale argent and or.
Denominant's origin: autochthonous.

Credibility: good.
Number of graphemes: 6 ~ 7.

Cypher: 7.

We took the following steps to reproduce the creation of a crest:

a) choose one visual characteristic (see heraldic trace) used in the crest: e.g. tincture, figuration, attitude, etc.;

b) define the language to be used in the analysis (see verbalization): English, Anglo-Norman, Latin, etc.;

c) establish a word or words (see denominant) that might represent the armiger: e.g. territory's name, family name, lineage, demonym, etc. (detailed examples may be seen clicking the squares at the top right of this page);

d) find another word(s) (see designant) which, by phonetic resemblance with the former, suits the colours and shapes of the crest: transformation, addition, suppression and transposition metaplasms are used;

e) repeat the procedure until satisfactory results are obtained (you may compare our cyphered results, see cypher);

f) verify, whenever feasible, the thematic coherence (see heraldic plot) between the crest and the shield.

 

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