Definition of Palewise. Meaning of Palewise. Synonyms of Palewise

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Definition of Palewise

Palewise
Palewise Pale"wise`, adv. (Her.) In the manner of a pale or pales; by perpendicular lines or divisions; as, to divide an escutcheon palewise.

Meaning of Palewise from wikipedia

- items on the shield being lined up in the direction of a pale. palewise A charge palewise is vertical like a pale. party per pale A shield party per pale...
- bend sinister. Its blazon is Gules on a Bend Sinister Argent a Cedar Tree palewise proper. Society for Creative Anachronism. "Modest Proposal Initial List"...
- adopted by the Continental Congress on 20 June 1782, and is a shield divided palewise into thirteen pieces, with a blue chief, which is displa**** upon the breast...
- two Flaunches fracted fesswise two roundels Sable over all six guitar strings palewise throughout counterchanged. Motto ECCE COR MEUM (Behold My Heart)...
- counter-flory of the second (for Lyon); 2 and 3 ermine three bows stringed palewise in fess proper (for Bowes). Creation date 1606 (Scottish title) 1937 (British...
- Argent the point surmounted by the Flame proper of a Candle Or a Trumpet palewise the Bell upwards Gules between two Roses also Gules barbed seeded slipped...
- alterations. The stripes on the shield were changed again, this time to "palewise" (vertical), and the eagle's wing position was changed to "displa****" (wingtips...
- Simple Korean table (chopsticks and a spoon placed palewise, on the right side of rice and soup)...
- 3/16 inches in height consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: Vert, a fasces palewise, axe Or and rods Proper (brown), thereover in fess a balance and in saltire...
- title became extinct. Arms: Per pale vert and sable, two longbows bent palewise in fesse or, on a chief of the last a Sword point to the dexter of the...
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