Definition of chequy. Meaning of chequy. Synonyms of chequy

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Definition of chequy

chequy
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.]
Chequy
Chequy Cheq"uy, n. (Her.) Same as Checky.

Meaning of chequy from wikipedia

- pattern, the field is chequy. The coat of arms of Croatia Chequy gules and argent is well known example of red and white chequy. The arms of "Bleichröder...
- a crown over the main shield. The main coat of arms is a checkerboard (chequy) that consists of 13 red and 12 silver (white) fields. It's also informally...
- Croatian checkerboard or chequy (Croatian: šahovnica, pronounced [ʃaxǒːʋnit͡sa]) is the national symbol of Croatia and Croats, it covers the main shield...
- Genes. The squares in the chequy pattern represents the total number of local government units in the province. However, the chequy pattern in the arms of...
- guardant Or, a label of three point Argent (Thomas of Brotherton). 6th; Chequy Or and Azure (Warenne). Supporters: Dexter: a leopard gorged with a royal...
- of Yugoslavia, it had a similar flag without the modern crown above the chequy. During the Independent State of Croatia, the flag was like the modern,...
- Arms of Meulan-en-Yvelines is blazoned as: Azure semy-de-lys or, a chief chequy or and gules of four tiers. The shield of arms is composed of the ancient...
- Herzeg-Bosnia is the variation of the historical Croatian coat of arms (chequy of 25 red and white squares) in the form of a stylized Polish heraldic shield...
- bull's head caboshed Gules armed and ringed Argent, crowned Or, the rim chequy Gules and Argent" for Mark. 2. "Out of a coronet Or, two buffalo horns Argent...
- quarter a pale gules (Dinard) Sable a cross engrailed or Or [tenné] a cross chequy gules and sable Argent a saltire engrailed azure Azure a saltire embattled...
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