Definition of Dimidiating
1. dimidiate [v] - See also: dimidiate
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Literary usage of Dimidiating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Heraldry for Craftsmen & Designers by William Henry St. John Hope (1913)
"MARSHALLING OF ARMS Arms of Husband and Wife; dimidiating; Impaling; Scutcheons of Pretence; Impalement with Official Arms; Arms of Ladies ; Heraldic ..."
2. Heraldry, Historical and Popular by Charles Boutell (1864)
"Another good example of this usage appears on the seal of ELEANOR, widow of GUY FERRE, AD 1348, which bears on a shield the Arms of FERRE, dimidiating those ..."
3. A Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign: With English and French Glossaries by John Woodward, George Burnett (1892)
"237, the Suabian family of SCHWABEGG bear: Gules, an eagle displayed argent; dimidiating, Barry of eight or and gules. In No. ..."
4. English Heraldry: With Four Hundred and Fifty Illus. Drawn and Engraved on by Charles Boutell (1907)
"326, from the monument of WILLIAM DE VALENCE, De Valence appears dimidiating the French Coat of Claremont Nesle—gu., semee of trefoils, ..."
5. The American Historical Magazine by Publishing Society of New York, Americana Society (1908)
"IMPALING is the halving or dimidiating anything by a perpendicular line. In heraldry it appears to the method of bearing the wife's arms and is practiced in ..."
6. The Handbook to English Heraldry by Charles Boutell, Arthur Charles Fox-Davies (1914)
"De Valence, dimidiating Claremont Nesle. of forming the most extravagant of compound monsters. The Seal of the Borough of Great Yarmouth substitutes three ..."
7. Handbook of Heraldry: With Instructions for Tracing Pedigrees and by John Edwin Cussans (1893)
"EDWARD the SECOND : The Lions of England ; and his wife, ISABELLA of FRANCE, England, dimidiating France ancient; she also bore, France ancient, ..."