florencée

adjective flo·ren·cée \ ¦flȯrən¦sā , fləˈren(t)sē \

Definition of florencée

of a fleur-de-lis in art or heraldry
:having a figure in the form of a stem often seeded or flowered at the tip or leaflike or petallike in form arising between each C-scroll and the central lyrate figure
  • the familiar fleur-de-lis florencée of the city of Florence
— see florentine lily

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Origin and Etymology of florencée

French, feminine of florencé, from Florence, Italy + (from Latin -atus -ate); from the form of the lily in the arms of the city of Florence


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