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Heraldry Dictionary Section Y
Yard or Yard-Measure.
Depicted as a round rod, with divisions of measurement
Yare. See Weir.
Yarn, Quill of.
Yates. An old term
Yellow. Used in
painting, instead of gold.
Yeoman. The degree
below that of Gentleman, and above that of Artificer,
Ynde. Or Inde. Azure.
Yoke. Or Ox-Yoke.
Also termed a Double Ox-Yoke.
York, Rose of. A
Yorkist Badge and Collar.
Formed of Suns and Roses, linked together
with chains. The White Lion Badge is generally attached
to the Collar, and forms a pendant to it.
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