plumeté

adjective plu·me·té \¦plümə¦tā, ˈplümətē\
variants: or

plumetty

\ˈplümətē, (ˈ)plü¦metē\

Definition of plumeté

heraldry

  1. :  divided into fusils marked in a manner supposed to represent feathers

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Origin and Etymology of plumeté

Middle English plumte, from Middle French plumeté made so as to resemble a feather, probably from plumete small feather


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