engoulée

adjective en·gou·lée \äⁿgülā\\(ˈ)än¦güld\
variants: less commonly

engoulé

\äⁿgülā\ or

engouled

\(ˈ)än¦güld\

Definition of engoulée

heraldry

  1. :  having the extremities issuing from the mouths of animals —used of an ordinary

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Origin and Etymology of engoulée

engoulée from French, feminine of engoulé, from past participle of engouler to swallow up, from Old French engoler, from en- 1en- + gole throat, mouth, from Latin gula throat; engoulé from French, from past participle of engouler; engouled modification (influenced by English -ed) of French engoulé — more at glutton


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