§11. Cross annuletty: a cross which is couped and has rings at the four extremities is thus called, and not, as it might be supposed, a cross formed of annulets(q.v.), either conjunct or braced one with another. It is found blazoned also as 'humetty, ringed at the ends.'
Argent, a cross annuletty sable--WESTLEY, Harl. MS. 1405.
Argent, a cross flory voided and ringed gules--Monsire John MOLTON, Harl. MS. 1386.