EMBLEM (Gr. Eµ3Xysa, something put in or inserted, from EµfiiXAew, to throw in) , a word originally applied inGreek and Latin (emblema) to a raised or inlaid
See also:ornament on vases and other vessels, &c., and also to
See also:mosaic or
See also:work . It is in
See also:English confined to a symbolical
See also:representation of some
See also:object, particularly when used as a badge or heraldic
See also:device .
EMBEZZLEMENT (A.-Fr. embesilement, from beseler or ...
EMBLEMENTS (from O. Fr. emblavence de bled, i.e. co...
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