papelonné

adjective pap·e·lon·né \¦papələ¦nā\

Definition of papelonné

heraldry

  1. :  covered with rows of loops so placed as to suggest the appearance of overlapping scales

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Origin and Etymology of papelonné

French, from Old French papeilloné, from papeillon butterfly, from Latin papilion-, papilio


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