Definition of Bordure. Meaning of Bordure. Synonyms of Bordure

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Definition of Bordure

Bordure
Bordure Bor"dure, n. [F. bordure. See Border, n.] (Her.) A border one fifth the width of the shield, surrounding the field. It is usually plain, but may be charged.

Meaning of Bordure from wikipedia

- In heraldry, a bordure is a band of contrasting tincture forming a border around the edge of a shield, traditionally one-sixth as wide as the shield itself...
- rectangles or other quadrilaterals, of alternating tinctures, often found as a bordure, most notably in the arms of the English House of Beaufort. Certain charges...
- arms, differenced by a bordure gobony argent and azure. Beaufort arms (ancient): Royal arms of King Edward III within a bordure compony argent and azure...
- cannot be divided per bordure (as, if this did exist, it would be indistinguishable from the bordure), but a bordure can. A bordure can be divided or counter-changed...
- original shield without the bordure. There are several theories which s**** to explain the significance of the castles within the bordure, the most po****r one...
- Arms of the Brooksbank baronets: Azure two bars wavy Argent within a bordure Or. Crest: A hart's head couped Argent attired Or charged on the neck with...
- Clan Cunningham. a bordure—Argent; an oak tree eradicated, fessways, proper, between three pheons, points upward, azure; within a bordure azure—Dalgleish...
- ten Argent and Gules armed and langued of the last crowned Or within a Bordure company of the second and third (Hesse); 2nd and 3rd, Argent two Pallets...
- a wide variety of ways, including: changing tincture adding a label or bordure adding, removing, or replacing an ordinary. varying the lines of partition...
- Battenberg. Escutcheon Within the Garter, Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Hesse with a bordure compony argent and gules; 2nd and 3rd, Battenberg; charged at the honour...
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