Ermined Er"mined, a. Clothed or adorned with the fur of the ermine. --Pope.

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  • ermined — [ʉr′mind] adj. wearing or trimmed with ermine * * * …   Universalium

  • ermined — [ʉr′mind] adj. wearing or trimmed with ermine …   English World dictionary

  • ermined — nd adjective Etymology: Middle English, from ermine + ed 1. : trimmed or lined with ermine a robe with ermined sleeves 2. a. : clothed in an ermined robe (as a judge or peer) b …   Useful english dictionary

  • ermined — adjective Date: 15th century clothed or adorned with ermine …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ermined — er·mined …   English syllables

  • ermined — /ˈɜmənd/ (say ermuhnd) adjective covered or adorned with ermine …   Australian-English dictionary

  • ermine — ermined, adj. /err min/, n., pl. ermines, (esp. collectively) ermine, adj. n. 1. an Old World weasel, Mustela erminea, having in its winter color phase a white coat with black at the tip of the tail. Cf. stoat. 2. any of various weasels having a… …   Universalium

  • Горностаевый мех (геральдика) — Традиционная шраффировка (герб Бретани) …   Википедия

  • Ermine — Er mine, v. t. To clothe with, or as with, ermine. [1913 Webster] The snows that have ermined it in the winter. Lowell. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ermine (heraldry) — In heraldry, ermine is one of the furs used in blazon, representing the skin of the stoat, known in medieval Latin as armenius (Armenian (mouse)). In winter the stoat has white fur and a black tail; heraldic ermine represents a number of skins… …   Wikipedia

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