Invected, invecked, envecked, or invecqued: the reverse of engrailed, the points being turned inwards. Although engrailed occurs frequently in ancient rolls of arms, no case has been observed of invected, and, indeed, it is somewhat rare in modern arms, and it is doubtful if it occurs in French arms.
Gules, a pale invected argent--VECK, Scotland.
Ermine, a fesse invecked azure between two bees volant in chief proper, and a damask rose in base gules barbed vert--KEET, Canterbury.
Or, two bars invected above and engrailed below gules--BOXLE.
Argent, a fesse azure voided invecked of the field; in chief a martlet sable--WIGGON.
Argent, two bendlets invecked sable; a mullet in the sinister chief point for difference--RADCLIFFE, [Somerset Herald, 1543].
Or, three bars azure, over all a saltire counterchanged within a bordure invecked gules--DIPFORD, London.