Lizard, (fr. lézard): the reptile so called is used but rarely on English coats of arms. Its proper tincture is vert.
Two scaly lizards erect on their hind feet combatant proper[i.e. vert], each gorged with a plain collar or, the collars chained together; a chain with a ring at the end pendent between the two lizards of the last--Crest of the IRONMONGERS' Company.
Argent, three lizards in pale vert--LOVYS OF LUVYS, Cornwall.
Azure, three lizards or--COTTER, Ireland.