adjective rag·u·ly \ˈragyəlē\
variants: less commonly



Definition of raguly

  1. :  notched in regular oblique breaks —used of a heraldic line of partition or charge (as a cross or saltier)

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Origin and Etymology of raguly

perhaps from 1rag + -uly, -ulé (as in nebuly, nebulé)

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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