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Roundle

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in heraldry, is a charge of a round or circular form. They are of eight sorts, distinguished by their tinctures: (1) a Bezant, tincture “or;” (2) a Plate, tincture “argent;” (3) a Torteau, tincture “gules;” (4) a Hurt, tincture “azure;” (5) an Ogress or Pellet, tincture “sable;” (6) a Goipe, tincture “purpure;” (7) a Guze, tincture “sanguine;” (8) an Orange, tincture “tenney.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Round (To)
Round Dealing
Round Numbers (In)
Round Peg
Round Robin
Round Sum
Round Table
Round as a Ball;
Roundabout (A)
Roundheads
Roundle
Rounfi
Rouse (A)
Rousing
Rout (A)
Routiers
Rove
Row (rhyme with now)
Rowdy (rhyme with cloudy)
Rowena
Rowland