ancré

ancré

[ang-krey]
adjective Heraldry. (of a cross)
having the end of each limb divided and carved outward like the flukes of an anchor; moline: a cross ancré.
Also, anchory.


Origin:
< French, equivalent to anchre anchor + (< Latin -ātus -ate1)

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