Difference between revisions of "Dormant"

From Cunnan
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 1: Line 1:
In [[heraldry]], an animal lying down with it's head lowered is described as being '''dormant''', meaning "sleeping," as this is the natural posture of many quadrapeds while they sleep.
+
In [[heraldry]], an [[animal]] lying down with it's head lowered is described as being '''dormant''', meaning "sleeping," as this is the natural posture of many quadrapeds while they sleep.

Revision as of 23:04, 4 October 2005

In heraldry, an animal lying down with it's head lowered is described as being dormant, meaning "sleeping," as this is the natural posture of many quadrapeds while they sleep.