Barrulet, Barrelet, or Bracelet, and Barruly. The Barrulet is a diminutive of the Bar, of which it is one-fourth, that is to say, a twentieth part of the field; the closet being one half of the bar. It is never borne singly.
Argent, four barrulets gules; on a canton of the second a mullet of six points of the first--WACE.
Azure, six barrulets gemel[=12 barrulets] and a chief or--MENELL, York.
Argent, seven barrulets gemel azure[=14 barrulets]--INGERSALEM.
Sable, eight barrulets gemel[=16 barrulets] and a canton or on two bars azure, as many barrulets dancetty argent. A chief indented of the second--SAWBRID, [Indented argent--BUCKTIN, York.]
Beyond this the term barruly[or barruletty, fr. burellé, old fr. burlé] is used by some writers is describing a field horizontally divided into ten or any higher even number of equal parts; practically, however, the term barry might be used in most cases.
Patrik de CHAURCY, burele d'argent et de goules--Roll, temp. HEN. III.
Le Counte DE LA MARCHE, burule de une menue burlure dargent et de azur--Another Roll, temp. HEN. III.
Sire Robert de ESTOTEVILE, burlee de argent e de goules a un lion rampand de sable--Roll, temp. ED. II.