Enveloped, enwrapped, entwisted, entwined, environed(fr. environné), entoured(fr. entouré), are all terms used in blazoning with much the same signification. Enveloped and enwrapped are used when any charge is entwisted or entwined about something else, e.g. of boys' heads, (q.v.) when enveloped about the neck by a snake.
Or, a pillar sable enwrapped with an adder argent--MYNTER.
Sable, a crosier in pale entwined with a ribbon between two coronets ... S.Benet's Abbey, HULME.
Azure, three boy's heads affronty couped at the shoulders proper, armed or, each enveloped(or enwrapped) about the neck with a snake vert--VAUGHAN, Wales.
Environed is more frequently applied when the charge is surrounded by wreaths, and entoured, perhaps, when other charges are placed around in orle: also used of a shield which is decorated with branches.
Azure, an annulet environing a barrulet, between two bars, and in chief a cross patty fitchy or--HOLTE.
Sable, an annulet environing a crosier, the foot enwrapped by a snake; in chief two coronets argent--Benedictine Abbey, BARDNEY, co. Lincoln.