Vulned, (fr. ensanglanté): used of an animal wounded and bleeding. Vulning herself is frequently applied especially to the Pelican, q.v. Sometimes the expression distilling drops of blood(or gouttes de sang) is used, but this term is more properly applied to a severed head.
Vert, a lion rampant argent, vulned on the shoulder proper--BULBECK.
Argent, a lion rampant vert, vulned proper at the mouth--Tyrwhitt-JONES, co. Salop.
Or, a lion rampant sable, vulned gules at the breast--SAMMES, co. Essex.
Per pale azure and gules, a wolf salient or, vulned of the second at the shoulder--HAWK.
Argent, a stag's head erased gules[otherwise sable], attired or, distilling drops of blood--CRAWFURD, Scotland.
Embrued, which is used properly of Spears, &c., is also sometimes(but wrongly) applied to animals.
Or, two wolves passant sable, mouths embrued gules--Oliver PEARD, Mayor of Barnstaple, co. Devon, 1575.