Definition of Counterchange. Meaning of Counterchange. Synonyms of Counterchange

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Definition of Counterchange

Counterchange
Counterchange Coun"ter*change` (koun"t[~e]r*ch[=a]nj`), n. Exchange; reciprocation.
Counterchange
Counterchange Coun`ter*change" (koun`t[~e]r*ch[=a]nj), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Counterchanged (-ch?njd"); p. pr. & vb. n. Counterchanging.] 1. To give and receive; to cause to change places; to exchange. 2. To checker; to diversify, as in heraldic counterchanging. See Counterchaged, a., 2. Witch-elms, that counterchange the floor Of this flat lawn with dusk and bright. --Tennyson.

Meaning of Counterchange from wikipedia

- the bend is counterchanged). The 2nd and 3rd quarters are themselves quartered between white (argent) and red (gules) with a counterchanged cross bottony...
- is usually rendered as a five-pointed star in dark and light shades counterchanged in a manner reminiscent of a comp**** rose. The nautical star is frequently...
- two Flaunches fracted fesswise two roundels Sable over all six guitar strings palewise throughout counterchanged. Motto ECCE COR MEUM (Behold My Heart)...
- but they were reintroduced in 1854. The red and white cross bottony counterchanged had gained po****rity during the American Civil War. Maryland had remained...
- Crosses Saltires of St. Andrew and St. Patrick Quarterly per Saltire, counterchanged Argent and Gules; the latter fimbriated of the Second, surmounted by...
- an inescutcheon quarterly Or and Gules four lions p****ant guardant counterchanged, ensigned by the coronet of his degree. Supporters Dexter a lion rampant...
- with an inescutcheon of four lions p****ant guardant, in gold and red, counterchanged, surmounted by the coronet of the heir (for the Prin****lity of Wales);...
- using the edge relationships of tiles: two-color and two-motif tilings (counterchange symmetry or antisymmetry); color symmetry (in crystallography); metamorphosis...
- with an inescutcheon of four lions p****ant guardant, in gold and red, counterchanged, surmounted by the coronet of the heir (for the Prin****lity of Wales);...
- may be: counter-charge (warfare) counter-accusation Misspelling of counterchange; in heraldry, tran****ing of tinctures This disambiguation page lists...
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