Faces: in French arms the human face is sometimes represented on charges, such as roundles, &c., and in English arms the sun is generally represented as having such a face. Leopards' and bucks' faces also occur, signifying that the head is caboshed, i.e. shewing only the front portion, and badly expressed. Bacchus' faces is a term also found, but in this case it would have been more correct if they had been blazoned heads.
Argent, a fesse humetty gules: in chief three leopard's faces of the second--BRABANT.
Argent, a fesse dancetty gules; in chief three leopard's faces sable--Sir John POUNTNEY[Lord Mayor of London, 1330, 31, and 33-36].
Argent, on a chevron engrailed sable, between three estoiles gules streaming on the dexter side downwards in bend or, three buck's faces of the first--AYLIFF, co. Wilts.
Argent, three Bacchus' faces, couped at the shoulders clothes gules--BROMALL.