tergant

adjective
ter·gant | \ ˈtərgənt \
variants: or less commonly tergiant \-rjēənt \

Definition of tergant 

: showing the back arms showing an eagle tergant

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History and Etymology for tergant

Latin tergum back + English -ant (as in rampant)

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