- Her. A *charge, half the width of a *bend.
Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. Christopher Coredon with Ann Williams.
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Bendlet — Bend let, n. [Bend + let: cf. E. bandlet.] (Her.) A narrow bend, esp. one half the width of the bend. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
bendlet — noun A diminutive of the bend, of the same shape, but only half the width of the bend … Wiktionary
bendlet — n. narrow bend; small bend that takes up a 6th part of a shield (in Heraldry) … English contemporary dictionary
bendlet — noun Heraldry a bend of half the normal width, usually borne in groups of two or three. Origin C16: prob. from OFr. bendel little bend + et1 … English new terms dictionary
bendlet — bend·let … English syllables
bendlet — ˈbendlə̇t noun ( s) Etymology: bend (I) (in heraldry) + let heraldry : a narrow bend … Useful english dictionary
Ordinary (heraldry) — Shield Field Supporter Supporter Motto (Scotland) Cres … Wikipedia
Bend (heraldry) — Coat of arms of Baden: Or, a bend gules In heraldry, a bend is a coloured band running from the upper right corner of the shield to the lower left (from the point of view of a person bearing the shield). Writers differ in how much of the field… … Wikipedia
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