fitche definition

  • adjective:
    • Sharpened to a place; pointed.
    • Sharpened to a place; pointed.
    • Sharpened to a place; directed.
  • others:
    • In heraldry: Sharpened or slashed to a spot; ending in a place: stated specially of a cross once the lowermost supply seems just as if intended to be fixed into the surface.
    • Less frequently, having an extended sharp point attached to the mix or any other bearing, and projecting beyond the base. Also fiché, fiched, figetive, fitched, fitchy.
    • In heraldry: Sharpened or cut to a spot; closing in a place: stated specifically of a cross whenever lowermost arm appears just as if intended to be fixed in surface.
    • Less commonly, having a long sharp point attached to the cross or other bearing, and projecting beyond the bottom. Also fiché, fiched, figetive, fitched, fitchy.
    • In heraldry: Sharpened or cut to a point; closing in a point: stated especially of a cross as soon as the lowermost supply appears as if meant to be fixed in the ground.
    • Less frequently, having an extended sharp point attached to the mix or other bearing, and projecting beyond the base. In addition fiché, fiched, figetive, fitched, fitchy.

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