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Definition of checquy

checquy
Checky Check"y (ch[e^]k"[y^]), a. (Her.) Divided into small alternating squares of two tinctures; -- said of the field or of an armorial bearing. [Written also checquy, chequy.]

Meaning of checquy from wikipedia

- title of the book is a reference to Thomas' rank in her organization, the Checquy. The sequel Stiletto was simultaneously released in the United States and...
- the Checquy. Emma Greenwell as Myfanwy Thomas, a Rook in the inner court of the Checquy Joely Richardson as Linda Farrier, the King in the Checquy Jon...
- the Grafters and the Checquy Group. The residual hostility and su****ion between the groups makes things difficult and forces Checquy Rook Myfanwy Thomas...
- to colour perceptions of the Crown's secret supernatural agency, the "Checquy Group"; the refuge of the British monarchy & government in S.M. Stirling's...
- (Gules an escutcheon argent, overall an escarbuncle Or), Mark (Or, a fess checquy gules and argent), Jülich (Or a lion sable) and Berg (argent a lion gules)...
- line; for example, barry argent and azure, counterchanged per fess or checquy Or and gules, counterchanged per chevron. When the field is patterned with...
- d'Amiens, son of Adam Châtelain d´Amiens. List of prin****l Crusaders Fess Checquy, W. B. C. and A. F. C. K. (1895). "Replies to Queries". The Scottish Antiquary...
- Pilton, near Barnstaple in North Devon. In the 16th century the arms of Checquy a chief vair were recorded by the antiquarian John Leland as painted on...
- This coat of arms was used by Amadeus II as early as 1288. Its blazon is: Checquy of nine panes, or and azure (d'or à quatre points équipollés d'azur)....
- is blazoned: gules, two arrows in saltire argent surmounted of a fess checquy of the second and first between three buckles or, a bordure indented of...
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