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: An official whose speciality is heraldry, especially one between the ranks of pursuivant and king of arms
To proclaim, announce, etc. an event

Daffodils herald the Spring.

A messenger, especially one bringing important news
A harbinger, giving signs of things to come
{f} announce, proclaim; come before, precede; give a sign that something is going to take place, foreshadow; welcome a person with excitement; announce something with excitement
{v} to introduce or act like a herald
{n} an officer who regulates coats of arms, and funerals, harbinger, forerunner
{i} messenger, official announcer; (Formerly) royal messenger; one who announces significant news; harbinger, forerunner; formerly a royal messenger
A proclaimer; one who, or that which, publishes or announces; as, the herald of another's fame
Any messenger
an indication of the approach of something or someone
Something that is a herald of a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen or appear. I welcome the report as a herald of more freedom, not less
He was invested with a sacred and inviolable character
To introduce, or give tidings of, as by a herald; to proclaim; to announce; to foretell; to usher in
An officer whose duties, among other things, consist of deciding on the proper badges or coat armor of the nobility; to grant, record and blazon arms; record genealogies, etc The three principal English heralds are called Kings-of-Arms (or king-at-arms) The principal herald of Scotland is called Lyon King-of-Arms; of Ireland, Ulster King-of-Arms The Lancaster herald is inspector of regimental colors
An official whose speciality is heraldry, especially one between the ranks of pursuivant and king of arms
praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
(formal) a person who announces important news; "the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet
See Heralds' College (below), and King-at-Arms
A herald (lowercase) is anyone who practices any of the arts of heraldry A Herald (uppercase) is a Kingdom or Society level herald, or someone who has been granted this title for their great contribution to the heraldic arts The title is often used with a descriptive appellation, indicating the specific office held As an example, Brigantia Herald is the East Kingdom Herald
Generic term for the officers in charge of the development and registration of names and devices, and for making announcements at Court and elsewhere With a capital "H," designates one of the chief heraldic officers of a Kingdom or Principality, or a ranking member of the College of Arms Other heraldic titles include "Pursuivant" (the officer assigned to a local group), "Pursuivant At Large" (an experienced herald not currently assigned to a group), "Pursuivant Extraordinary" (a journeyman herald), and "Cornet" (a herald in training) You can recognize a herald on duty by the badge, an "x" formed by two straight trumpets in gold on a green background (See Officer )
greet enthusiastically or joyfully
officer responsible for making announcements at events and guiding members in the creation of personal heraldry
If an important event or action is heralded by people, announcements are made about it so that it is publicly known and expected. Janet Jackson's new album has been heralded by a massive media campaign Tonight's clash between Real Madrid and Arsenal is being heralded as the match of the season
In modern times, some vestiges of this office remain, especially in England
(formal) a person who announces important news; "the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet"
An officer whose business was to denounce or proclaim war, to challenge to battle, to proclaim peace, and to bear messages from the commander of an army
Something that heralds a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen or appear. the sultry evening that heralded the end of the baking hot summer
In the Middle Ages, the officer charged with the above duties, and also with the care of genealogies, of the rights and privileges of noble families, and especially of armorial bearings
In former times, a herald was a person who delivered and announced important messages. Glasgow Herald, the
foreshadow or presage
The person in charge of making announcements, and doing research for heraldic coat-of-arms
A forerunner; a a precursor; a harbinger
Herald Tribune
International Herald Tribune, The
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{f} welcome a person with excitement; announce something with excitement
heraldic
: of, or relating to heraldry or heralds
International Herald Tribune
The Herald Tribune an international daily newspaper, written in English and sold in many countries. Some of its articles are from the US, and it is often read by US citizens when they are abroad. Daily newspaper published in Paris. It has long been the staple source of English-language news for American expatriates, tourists, and businesspeople in Europe. Its roots are in the Paris Herald (established 1887); a merger in 1924 between its parent, the New York Herald, and the New York Tribune created the New York Herald-Tribune and the Paris Herald Tribune. The Paris edition, which was faring well at the time of its parent's demise in 1966, was renamed when it was rescued by a joint venture of the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Whitney Communications. The New York Times Co. and the Washington Post Co. became half-owners of the paper in 1991. The New York Times Co. became the full owner in 2003
heraldic
{a} relating to heraldry or heralds
A herald
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An herald
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Glasgow Herald
The Herald one of Scotland's main newspapers, read especially in the West of Scotland
Miami Herald
large daily newspaper printed in Miami (Florida, USA)
Sydney Morning Herald
major daily newspaper in Australia (published in Sydney)
heralded
past of herald
heralded
publicly announced; "the royal couple's much heralded world tour
heralded
publicly announced; "the royal couple's much heralded world tour"
heraldic
Of or pertaining to heralds or heraldry; as, heraldic blazoning; heraldic language
heraldic
of or relating to heraldry
heraldic
indicative of or announcing something to come; "the Beetles were heraldic of a new style of music"
heraldic
indicative of or announcing something to come; "the Beetles were heraldic of a new style of music" of or relating to heraldry
heraldic
{s} of or pertaining to heraldry
heraldic
heraldric
heraldic
Heraldic means relating to heraldry. religious and heraldic symbols
heraldic
of, or relating to heraldry or heralds
heralding
present participle of herald
heralds
Third-person singular present tense of to herald
heralds
Plural of herald
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