guttée

adjective
gut·​tée
variants: or less commonly gutté or gouttée or goutté \ (ˈ)gü¦tā , (ˈ)gə¦-​ \ or gutty or goutty \ ˈgütē , ˈgətē \

Definition of guttée

heraldry
: semé of drops

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History and Etymology for guttée

Middle French goutté spotted, speckled, from Latin guttatus speckled

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