The term Blazon of Arms reffers to a verbal description of a coat of arms in Heraldic Terms.
An example blazon of arms would be:
"Vert, a tower gules triple turreted"
Heraldry has been defined as the art of blazoning, assigning, and marshalling a coat of arms. Its origins are uncertain, but Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms, has drawn his own conclusion: “[T]he registry of its birth may be found among the archives of the Holy Wars, ...its cradle was rocked by the soldiers of the Cross, and... its maturity was attained in the chivalrous age of Feudalism.”