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Discussion of "armori"

Comment #1: Confusion about actual meaning
Curtis W Franks (Wed Nov 26 06:45:51 2014)

A blazon /is/ a coat of arms. It is the official and exact entity that one
could call a "coat of arms". It is much like a book: the print is not the
book, the information that it conveys is.

A coat of arms could be considered to be a depiction/representation of a
blazon according to someone and made upon some medium using some
materials. Or it could be a blazon assigned to someone with possible
interpretation and/or representation.

So what do you intend for this word?

Comment #2: Re: Confusion about actual meaning
gleki (Wed Nov 26 07:10:20 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> A blazon /is/ a coat of arms. It is the official and exact entity that
one
> could call a "coat of arms". It is much like a book: the print is not
the
> book, the information that it conveys is.
>
> A coat of arms could be considered to be a depiction/representation of a
> blazon according to someone and made upon some medium using some
> materials. Or it could be a blazon assigned to someone with possible
> interpretation and/or representation.
>
> So what do you intend for this word?


I relied on http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/blazon
Yes, it's like se cukta.
cukta1 is a physical object, cukta2 is the information in it.
What do you suggest? Merge everything into a 3-place predicate? Or state
that
blazone = se armori ?
armori was made parallel to first two places of lanci

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