- Her. Describes a bird in the act of taking flight.
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Rousant — Rous ant, a. (her.) Rising; applied to a bird in the attitude of rising; also, sometmes, to a bird in profile with wings addorsed. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
rousant — rous·ant … English syllables
rousant — ˈrau̇zənt adjective Etymology: rouse (I) + ant : rising used of a heraldic bird, especially a swan … Useful english dictionary
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List of heraldic charges — This article does not cover those charges which derive their shape in part from that of the field; see Ordinary (heraldry). Subordinary chargesA few simple charges are traditionally, and arbitrarily, classified among the subordinaries. (All other … Wikipedia
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rowsant — obs. form of rousant … Useful english dictionary