enarched

adjective en·arched \ə̇ˈnärcht, eˈ-\

Definition of enarched

heraldry

  1. :  bent into a curve or arch an enarched fess

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Origin and Etymology of enarched

from past participle of obsolete enarch to provide with an arch or arches, from Middle English enarchen, from 1en- + arche, noun, arch


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