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In [[heraldry]], the posture of a winged animal, such as a [[dragon]] or a [[gryphon]], rearing up, as if fighting.  Non-winged animals in this posture are said to be [[rampant]], while two facing each other are [[combattant]].
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In [[heraldry]], the [[posture]] of a winged [[animal]] or [[heraldic beast|beast]], such as a [[dragon]] or a [[gryphon]], rearing up, as if fighting, is described as being '''segreant'''.  Non-winged animals in this posture are said to be [[rampant]], while two facing each other are [[combattant]].
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Revision as of 13:01, 15 July 2005

In heraldry, the posture of a winged animal or beast, such as a dragon or a gryphon, rearing up, as if fighting, is described as being segreant. Non-winged animals in this posture are said to be rampant, while two facing each other are combattant.