coat of arms

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English - Turkish
arma
hanedan arması
armalı giysi
armalı kalkan
ceket-of-silah
English - English
hereditary designs and symbols depicted on an escutcheon, sometimes accompanied by other elements of a heraldic achievement, such as a helm, crest, crest coronet, torse, mantling and supporters; described by a blazon
long tunic strengthened with metal rings worn from 11th century on
The popular term for either an ACHIEVEMENT OF ARMS, or a SHIELD
A collection of symbolic devices (emblems) in a defined form identifying a person and his direct descendants Usually consisting of a shield covered with one or more symbols and colors used to indicate something about the person The symbols used are defined in heraldry
The coat of arms of a family, town, or organization is a special design in the form of a shield that they use as a symbol of their identity. = crest. coats of arms a set of pictures or patterns painted on a shield and used as the special sign of a family, town, university etc. or shield of arms Heraldic device dating to the 12th century in Europe. It was originally a cloth tunic worn over or in place of armour to establish identity in battle. In the full armorial achievement the distinctively patterned shield is ornamented with a crest, helmet, mantling, motto, crown, wreath, and supporters and rests upon a compartment. Arms were later adopted as emblems for schools, churches, guilds, and corporations to reflect their origins or histories. See also heraldry
The armorial and/or other heraldic badges of an owner displayed on a cloak or shield
the FIP symbol that represents Parliament and identifies ministers and their offices, parliamentary secretaries, institutions whose heads report directly to Parliament, and institutions with quasi-judicial functions Also known as the Arms of Canada
insignia of a family or person composed of figures and emblems; coat or vest decorated with heraldic arms (formerly worn by medieval knights)
the official symbols of a family, state, etc
shield with certain distinctive symbols or emblems painted on it in definite fixed colors identifying one person and his direct descendants
a coat of arms
{n} escutcheon
coat of arms

    Turkish pronunciation

    kōt ıv ärmz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkōt əv ˈärmz/ /ˈkoʊt əv ˈɑːrmz/

    Etymology

    [ 'kOt ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English cote, from Middle French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German kozza coarse wool mantle.

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