barruly

adjective bar·ru·ly \ˈbar(y)əlē\
variants: less commonly

barrulé

or

barrullée

\¦bar(y)ə¦lā\

Definition of barruly

heraldry

  1. :  divided into a large number of horizontal bars

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Origin and Etymology of barruly

Middle English berle, probably modification of Middle French burelé, from Old French — more at burelly


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