Definition of Affrontee. Meaning of Affrontee. Synonyms of Affrontee

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Definition of Affrontee

Affrontee
Affrontee Af*fron*tee", n. One who receives an affront. --Lytton.

Meaning of Affrontee from wikipedia

- forelegs and reflexed over the back also Or. The crest was a lion sejant affrontée Gules, imperially crowned Or, holding in the dexter paw a sword and in...
- of Arms emblazoned; Or, on three Bars Wavy Gules a Ram's Head Horned Affrontee proper, on a Chief Wavy Azure a Lymphad Argent, Flagged Gules between...
- Three-Masted Lymphad with Sail Furled Azure, Flagged of Scotland, a Ram's Head Affrontee Horned Or between Two Garbs of the last. The supporters are blazoned as:...
- The Territorial House of Duncan of Sketraw. Dundas Crest: A lion's head affrontée looking through a bush of oak Proper. Motto: ESSAYEZ. [from French: "Try"]...
- on the crest Crest of the royal arms of Scotland (1837), a lion sejant affrontée Gules, imperially crowned Or, holding in the dexter paw a sword and in...
- Or, pendent therefrom an Escutcheon Argent, charged with a Human Head affrontée proper, erased at the neck and ducally crowned Or. Creation date 7 May...
- eight Roses Gules and the last; 3rd, out of a Ducal Coronet a Stag's Head affrontée proper attired with ten Tynes Or Escutcheon Quarterly: 1st and 4th grand...
- counterflory Gules, all within a Bordure Azure. Crest: A Lion's Head affrontée proper, crowned with an Antique Crown Or, encircled by a Chaplet of Oak...
- difference of the arms of the Fane family, Earls of Westmorland from 1624, which show: three dexter gauntlets back affrontée, with identical tinctures...
- Marquess of Zetland Coronet A Coronet of a Marquess Crest A Lion's Head affrontée struggling through an Oak Bush all proper fructed Or crowned with an Antique...
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