- (tincture): An heraldic fur formed by a regular tesellation of blue and white bell shapes.
- The piece of armor designed to protect the arm from the elbow to the wrist.
- The pieces of armor protecting the arm from the shoulder to the wrist. Not in common use in this sense, most scholars preferring the narrower definition, of armor for the lower arm.
- 1786: The vambraces included all the defence for the arms, from the pouldrons to the wrist.— Francis Grose, A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, page 21.
- That part of a mediaeval helmet which is intended for the admission of air.
- (tincture) A green colour, now only in heraldry; represented in engraving by diagonal parallel lines 45 degrees counter-clockwise.
- (archaic) Green undergrowth or other vegetation growing in a forest, as a potential cover for deer.
- (archaic) The right to fell trees or cut shrubs in a forest.
- 1819: "I understand thee," said the King, "and the Holy Clerk shall have a grant of and venison in my woods of Warncliffe." " Walter Scott, Ivanhoe
- (tincture) In blazon, of the colour green.
- (defn, English)
- The study of flags
- One who, or that which, voids, empties, vacates, or annuls.
- capable of flight
- (heraldry) having extended wings as if flying