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 Translation for 'dexter' from English to Russian
геральд.
правый {adj} [находящийся справа]
dexter
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Translation for 'dexter' from English to Russian

dexter
правый {adj} [находящийся справа]геральд.
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Usage Examples English
  • The municipality’s arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Gules, in base an inescutcheon Or charged with a lion rampant sable armed and langued gules and surmounted at the shoulder by a label of five points of the same, standing behind the inescutcheon Saint Peter in his glory, vested Or and turned to dexter, in his dexter hand a book argent and in his sinister hand a key palewise of the same, the wards to chief and dexter.
  • The municipality's arms might be described thus: Sable a lion rampant with tail forked flory Or armed, langued and crowned gules holding in his dexter paw a curved sword of the second, and issuant from base dexter an abbess's staff of the second.
  • The municipality's arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Per fess embattled of five argent dexter an oakleaf bendwise vert and sinister a gridiron, the handle palewise to base, sable, and gules three arming buckles flory conjoined in bend, the tongues to dexter chief, of the first.
  • The municipality’s arms might be described thus: Argent issuant from base a mount of three vert, issuant from dexter base a bishop’s staff bendwise sinister azure, in dexter chief a crown of the same set with jewels Or and lined gules.
  • The municipality's arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Sable dexter a fir tree Or and sinister a monk passant holding in his dexter hand a clearing hoe resting on his dexter shoulder argent, the whole with a bordure compony gules and argent.

  • The municipality’s arms might be described thus: Argent a Communion jug azure, handle to sinister and spout to dexter, between two vineyard ladders gules, the dexter bendwise and the sinister bendwise sinister.
  • The municipality’s arms might be described thus: Per fess wavy vert a fish argent and argent a twig fesswise of the first lopped in dexter and couped in sinister with three leaves, the dexter to chief dexter, the sinister to chief sinister, and the middle to base.
  • Oberhaid’s arms might heraldically be described thus: Gules a wing sinister palewise argent emerging dexter therefrom an arm clad argent, the hand holding a Latin cross Or palewise, below dexter an inescutcheon, argent a cross sable.
  • The municipality's arms might in English heraldic language be described thus: Sable a key bendwise argent, the wards in chief and turned to dexter, in base dexter a saltire Or.
  • The town's arms might be described thus: Sable a lion rampant Or armed, langued and crowned gules, issuant from dexter chief the sun and in an arc from dexter to middle base three mullets, all of the second.

  • The town's arms might be described thus: Argent a cross gules, in dexter chief two keys per cross, the wards turned outwards and to chief and dexter azure, and in sinister base the same reversed.
  • The dexter side (left of the viewer) represents the Prelature of Infanta, according to the practice of combining the arms of the bishop with his territorial jurisdiction.
  • Following Al Dexter's death in 1984, his family discovered 50 master tapes containing studio recordings.
  • Gules, on a bend between in dexter chief a sea lion holding in dexter paw a sword and in sinister base a bar dancette couped or, five fleurs-de-lis paleways azure.
  • By default, the charge faces dexter (left as seen by the viewer); this would be forward on a shield worn on the left arm.

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