Definition of Gobony
1. compony [adj] - See also: compony
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Literary usage of Gobony
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"gobony—GOD. says Boh was the designation of a fierce Gothic chieftain, whose name was used in after-times to frighten children. The belief in benevolent and ..."
2. Record Series (Yorkshire Archaeological Society) by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1904)
"Harry of 6 ar. and az. a bend gobony or and gu. ... Or a lyon rampant az. a little bend, half an inch broad, gobony ar. and gu.3—[Grey of Barton. ..."
3. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility by Thomas Robson (1830)
"Seee BORDER gobony, and PI. ... COUN- TER-gobony, and PI. 8, fig. 20 and 10. ... counter-gobony, composed of two lines or rows of ..."
4. Some Feudal Coats of Arms from Heraldic Rolls 1298-1418: Illustrated with by Joseph Foster (1902)
"... gobony or and gules ; gules and or for ROBERT of Barton in Rydal ... (H. YL Roll) bore, gules, a lyon rampant argent a bord ure engrailed gobony of the ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"After his legitimation in 1397 he changed his bearings to the royal arms of France and England within a border gobony <4 surer and azure. ..."
6. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1871)
"ENGLAND, within a bordure gobony Arg. and AZ ... Bordure gobony Erm. and Az. X. ENGLAND, with a label of three points Arg. impaling, ..."