Cramponee Cram`po*nee" (kr[a^]m`p?-n?"), a. [F. cramponn['e]. See {Crampoons}.] (Her.) Having a cramp or square piece at the end; -- said of a cross so furnished. [1913 Webster]

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  • cramponée — cram·po·née …   English syllables

  • cramponée — adjective see cramponnée …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cross cramponee — Her. A cross with a bend at the end of each limb; a swastika. Cf. Fylfot …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Fylfot — Pattern like a swastika; also known as a * cross cramponee . [< fylfot = fill foot = design to fill the foot of a stained glass window.] …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Ordinary — 1) An ordinance or regulation; a formula for doing something. 2) Her. A dictionary of heraldic bearings; one of the nine simple shapes or charges in *heraldry, sometimes called honourable ordinaries . Cf. Bend; Chevron2; Chief; Cross cramponee;… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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