Either of the latter positions must be specified in the blazon.
He could call to mind no such English blazon, nor did it seem to him that it could possibly be English.
You wear your blazon of honor on your shoulder; I hide mine in a slave's gown.
I knelt down and tried to decipher the blazon in the moonlight.
She remarked that the marquis took care to blazon immediately to the whole train, every encouragement she gave him.
Represented in blazon as in Nos. 298, 299, and without leaves.
It is necessary to specify the kind of column in the blazon.
Its coat is spotted of various tinctures as the blazon may state.
Sunbeams, or Rays, are borne in blazon, and form an early charge.
The second thing to be mentioned in the blazon is the principal charge.
"coat of arms," late 13c., from Old French blason (12c.) "a shield, blazon," also "collar bone;" common Romanic (cf. Spanish blason, Italian blasone, Portuguese brasao, Provençal blezo, the first two said to be French loan-words); of uncertain origin. OED doubts, on grounds of sense, the connection proposed by 19c. French etymologists to Germanic words related to English blaze (n.1).