§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.