- (transitive) To adorn with prominent markings.
- (transitive) To inscribe upon.
- The benefactor's image is emblazoned on our memory.
- (transitive) (heraldry) To draw (a coat of arms).
- (transitive) To celebrate or extol as with deeds or merit.
- The act of emblazoning.
- The state of being emblazoned.
- a European moth, Ectropis crepuscularia
- A weasel, Mustela erminea, found in northern latitudes; its dark brown fur turns white in winter (apart from the black tip of the tail)
- The white fur of this animal
- (poetic) A symbol of purity
- (figuratively) The office of a judge
- (heraldry) A white field with black spots
- To clothe with ermine
- A thin slice of meat (especially of veal) normally shallow fried
- A scallop
- (heraldry): an individual or corporate coat of arms
- the insignia around doorknob's exterior hardware or a door lock's cosmetic plate
- a flat protective covering (on a door or wall etc) to prevent soiling by user's fingers