Figure 98 is a fancy sketch of the fleur-de-lys, the lily of France.
But as soon as his heart was vacant in that direction, fleur-de-lys returned to it.
At the top, a fleur-de-lys or, France; and a double rose gu.
fleur-de-lys pressed her hands to her eyes, that she might not see.
It will be noticed that to the left of the panel one of the points joins the necking-piece, which holds the fleur-de-lys together.
Mary also used the badges of the fleur-de-lys and the portcullis of the De Beauforts.
It was evident that fleur-de-lys saw much more clearly than her mother through the captain's cold and absent-minded manner.
Figure 98 is a fancy sketch of the fleur-de-lys, the lily of A France.
fleur-de-lys raised her beautiful eyes, full of reproach, "Is that all of which you can assure me?"
You see that the crest of the waves at the top form a rude likeness of a fleur-de-lys.
also fleur de lis, mid-14c., from Old French, literally "flower of the lily," especially borne as a heraldic device on the royal arms of France. Perhaps originally representing an iris, or the head of a scepter, or a weapon of some sort.