enté en point
enté en pointe\¦en‧ˌtāˌenˈpȯint\
Definition of enté en point
1 heraldry : constituting or occupying a point —used of a coat marshaled with two or more others that are conjoined by impalement or quartering the arms of Spain include León and Castile quartered with those of Granada enté en point
2 heraldry : including a coat enté en point —used of an escutcheon in which three or more coats are marshaled the arms of Spain are enté en point of the arms of Granada
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