Cross Urdée

Cross urdee.
Cross urdée.

§35. Cross urdée(written sometimes verdy, fr. aiguisée), or cross champaine, should be represented as annexed. Sometimes it is drawn with the edges curved inwards, towards the centre, but it is then a cross cleché. It is also found blazoned simply as a cross pointed, and humetty pointed has also been used by some writers for the same.

Or, a bend vair between two crosses verdy voided sable--MANGLES, Surrey.

Argent, a cross pointed and voided sable--DUKENFIELD, Bart.

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