gobonee

gobony

[guh-boh-nee]
adjective Heraldry.
Also, gobonée [guh-boh-ney] .


Origin:
1605–15; obsolete gobon slice, Middle English goboun < Anglo-French *gobon (Old French gobet; see gobbet) + -y as in compony

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