Armigerous



bearing or entitled to use a coat of arms.
Historical Examples

An heraldic heiress is a lady whose father is armigerous but leaves no son.
English Heraldic Book-stamps Cyril Davenport

Mottoes are not hereditary, but can be changed at the will of any armigerous person.
English Heraldic Book-stamps Cyril Davenport

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