Pansy, (fr. pensée): occurs in both English and French arms.
Vert, on a chevron argent between three plates each charges with a pyncheon(or goldfinch) as many pansies slipped proper--Henry MORGAN, Bishop of Sr.David's, 1554-59; granted 1553.
Argent, three fleurs-de-lis vert on a chief azure a pansy between two fleurs-de-lis or--WOOLBALL, London.
Gules, on a bend or three pansy-flowers proper, stalked and leaved vert--PASKIN.
D'argent, à trois fleurs de pansées d'azur--BABUT, Bourbonnais et Nivernais.