nowed

adjective
\ˈnüə̇d, ˈnau̇d\

Definition of nowed 

heraldry

: twisted into a knot : knotted

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History and Etymology for nowed

modification (influenced by English -ed) of Middle French noué, past participle of nouer to knot, from Latin nodare, from nodus knot

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