„Címerhatározó/OSZ/N/T/v/M/hbp” változatai közötti eltérés

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:A megkülönböztető jegyek egymással is kombinálódhatnak (pl. hullámos jobbra tolt kihegyezett cölöp).
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|colspan=2 align="center"|Finally, in step V. we have to decide, whether the (principal) '''charge(s)''' in the (main) '''field''' represents the
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* The '''regular type''' of an '''ordinary''' (usually) being drawn by ''straight lines of partition'', (usually) they are located in the ''middle of the field'', (usually) ''touching'' the ''field's edge'' by their ends.
* Any other representation forms some special '''attribute''' of the given ordinary (other than a straight line of partition, the ordinary dislocated from the central area, a floating, pierced, wavy, attriubute etc. etc.).
* We do '''not''' take into account as a special '''attribute''' the ''diminutives'', the ''number'', the ''decoration'' (ordinaries loaded with other charges), and the ''coloring'' (tinctures) of the ordinary.
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* '''Regular types''' (not attributes) (Ft):
:'''''Diminutives:''''' are the narrower, or broader versions of a regular ordinary. (For example, the dimimutive of fess [1/3rd of the field's height] was barulet, the half of the fess' width [1/6th of the field], but both are regular types, including the barulet.)<br>
:'''''Number:''''' We do not differentiate, whether in the field there is only one (main) ordinary, or to be seen more of them. (For example, one fess or three fesses in a field are both regular types, not specific attributes.) <br>
:'''''Decoration:''''' We do not look at the decoration of an ordinary, as well. For example, a fess decorated by roundlets or a lion passant was still the same regular type of a fess, as like as the single colored undecorated fess. (Furthermore, the ''role of the principal charge'' always belongs to the ''decorated fess'', not the roundlets, or the lion passant, respectively, placed above the fess, because the geometry of the fess was decisive to the attributes, i. e. position, size, and number of the roundlets or lion pessant. So it is the geometry of the fess, which enables some attributes for roundlets, or the lion passant, and not vice versa. See step III.) <br>
:'''''Coloring:''''' We also do not take into consideration the type of coloring of a charge, whether it was single colored (E), or multicolored (T).
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* '''Attributes''' (Mj):
:'''''Attitudes:''''' or specific properties are distinctive or accessory characteristics that represent a special variety in comparison to the regular type. This includes ordinaries drawn with non-straight lines of partition (like a fess wavy, embattled etc.).<br>
:'''''Property:''''' or position was an attribute when an ordinary being placed not in the usual central place of the field, but moved to a different (upper, lower, right, left etc.) pose or direction. (For example, a fess lowered.). These attributes may even be combined within the same ordinary. (For exaple, a fess embattled lowered.)<br>
:'''''Appendages:''''' or additional properties are characteristics that add some further feature(s) to the ordinary, compared to the attitudes, or specific properties. The ordinary can be, for example, pierced, floating, sharpened at the end etc. These three properties may also be combined within the same ordinary. (For example, a fess embattled lowered pierced.)
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