Oak. a Tree, the Oak and parts of it are variously borne, and of very frequent use in Coat Armour. An Oak Tree eradicated and fructed ppr. ; i.e., torn up by the roots, and having acorns upon it. P. 45, f. 31. An Oak Leaf. 1.b. f. 19.
An Oak Branch fructed should consist offour leaves ; if unfructed, of nine; a sprig should have five leaves, and a slip only three. P. 44, f. 53, and f. 52. The Oak Tree is the emblem of virtue and strength.