Definition of Brisure. Meaning of Brisure. Synonyms of Brisure

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Definition of Brisure

Brisure
Brisure Bri*sure", n. [F.] 1. (Fort.) Any part of a rampart or parapet which deviates from the general direction. 2. (Her.) A mark of cadency or difference.

Meaning of Brisure from wikipedia

- marks called brisures, similar to charges but smaller. They are placed on the fess-point, or in-chief in the case of the label. Brisures are generally...
- and fourth quarters are the arms of England, the second of Scotland, the third of Ireland. The anchor has been a brisure for Dukes of York since 1892....
- December 2009. (in Italian) Rocculi. Araldica Borboni di Parma. The usual brisure for the Bourbons of Parma is a bordure gules charged with eight escallops...
- of using their own personal arms alone, marked with a small shield as a brisure for the same reason. Divorced women may theoretically until remarriage...
- Galons d'ancienneté, or "Seniority Braid" (cloth braid chevrons nicknamed brisures > "breaks") worn on the upper sleeves awarded for each seven years of enlistment...
- them. That the Bourbons of Spain have always worn the plain arms (without brisures) without protest from the Orléans, and that Henri d'Orléans could not prove...
- Scotland the most significant mark of cadency being the bordure, the small brisures playing a very minor role). It is common to see heraldic furs used. In...
- courtesy'. This involves the addition of a brisure, or mark of difference to the original coat of arms. The brisure identifies the bearer's family relationship...
- only tolerated and could not be p****ed on into the next generation. The brisure was rarely used. All children would inherit the coat of arms and title...
- A brisure in the form of plain label of three points Azure of the arms of the Princess of Asturias...
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