Per Pale means that the Shield is divided vertically with one half blue (azure) and the other half red (Gules).
Slowly he related his story while his mother bent over her needle, spangling with brilliants a gauze of azure hue.
These vapours, moreover, alone clouded the purity of the azure above.
Bassingbourne bore “Gironny of gold and azure of twelve pieces.”
Moreover too, Fish-semblances, of green and azure hue, Ready to snort their streams.
Toward the north, a mountain--Oveis-Karaine--is defined like an immense cloud upon the azure sky.
No azure field, no streak of green, No shadow, and no breath!
How silvery the tiny houses of the hamlet looked against the azure of the sky!
The calm, azure pool was alluring with its promise of coolness and rest.
The color of this mineral substance (its distinguishing character) is an azure copper blue of more or less intensity.
early 14c., from Old French azur, asur, a color name, from a false separation of Arabic (al)-lazaward "lapis lazuli," as though the -l- were the French article l'. The Arabic name is from Persian lajward, from Lajward, a place in Turkestan, mentioned by Marco Polo, where the stone was collected.
azure az·ure (āzh'ər)
Any of various dyes used in biological stains, especially for blood and nuclear staining.