Entiled. Sometimes expressed by the term pierced through, or transfixed. When the blade of a sword, shaft of a spear, etc., is passed through any charge, such as the head of a man, boar, etc. ; it is said to be enfiled with that charge as P. 36, f. 51.
Any other bearing may be similarly enfiled,eg. The Badge of the Prince of Wales is three Ostrich feathers, enfiled with a Prince's corr.net P. 6, f. 21. A barrulet enfiled with an annulet. P. 12, f. 40 ; P. 43, f. 20.