Here is a list of what some of the coat of arms symbols stand for:
ANCHOR: This is suppose to represent hope.
ANTLERS: Strength and Fortitude.
ARM CLAD IN ARMOUR: Represents a person with qualities of leadership.
ARM NAKED: Symbolizes an industrious person.
ARROW: Readiness for battle.
BATON: Token of Authority.
BATTLE AXE: Symbolizes the execution of military duty.
BEAR: Strength, cunning, and protection toward one's kin and family.
BEE: Efficent Industry.
BLACK: (Sable) Consistancy or grief.
BLUE: (Azure) Truth and Loyality
BOAR: Symbol of bravery, one who fights to the death.
BOAR'S HEAD: Hospitality.
BOW: Readiness for battle.
BULL: Bravery, Valour, generosity. The horns represent strength and fortitude.
CAMEL: Patience and perserverance.
CASTLE: Symbol of safety. CAT-A-MOUNT: This is a puma, or mountain lion. Represents liberty, Vigilance and courage.
COCK: A symbol of courage and perseverance. Considered a badge of a hero.
CRESCENT: (A slivered moon) bestoed upon a person who has been honored by his sovereign.
CUTLAS: A curved sword usually used by sailors, indicating a warrior of the sea.
CYPRESS: Symbolic of death and eternal life thereafter.
DOLPHIN: In heraldry the dolphin has scales, and is brightly colored usually green and red or scarlet unless otherwise stated. Is said to represent swiftness, dilligence and love.
DRAGON: represents valour and protection.
EAGLE: A person of deeds, noble nature, bravery and alertness.
EAGLE DISPLAYED: An eagle with it's wings spread, symbolizes protection.
EAGLE, DOUBLE HEADED: Protection, the joining of two forces.
ESCALLOP: A scallop shell. Signifies a traveler to far away places. Also the symbol of a naval commander.
ESTIOLE: A star with six wavy points (looks like a starfish). Celestral goodness, and noble personage.
FALCON: Bravery, foresightedness, and leadership.
FETTERLOCK: A device used to hobble horses. A symbol of victory.
GOAT: Symbolizes a person who wins through politics rather than war.
GREEN: (Vert) Hope, joy and love.
GRIFFEN (GRYPHON): Valor and bravery.
GOLD: (OR) Generosity and elevation of the mind.
HAND: Faith, sincerity and justice.
HARP: A person with good judgement.
HAWK: One who never rests until the objective is achieved.
HEART (burning): Intense burning affection.
HEART (human): charity and sincerity.
HIND: a female deer, symbolizing peace and harmony.
HORSE: Readiness for all events.
HORSESHOE: Good luck, safeguard against malicious spirits.
LAUREL: Peace and triumph.
LION: Dauntless courage.
MULLET: A star of five points; represents divine quality from above.
OAK TREE: Symbolizes great strength and age.
OSTRICH: Willing obedience and serenity.
OTTER: A person who lives life to the fullest.
PASSION NAIL: A symbol of suffering.
PEACOCK: Power, beauty and knowledge.
PELICAN: (Usually bleeding at the chest) Represents self-sacrifice, and charity.
PHEON: (A large thick arrow head) Readiness for battle.
PORTCULLIS: (A fortified gate) Protection in an emergency.
RAINBOW: Good times after bad.
RAM: A leader, a person of authority.
RAVEN: Divine Providence.
RED: (Gules) A warrior, brave and strong but generous and just. A martyr's color.
ROCK: Safety, protection and refuge.
ROSE: Grace and beauty.
SERPENT/SNAKE: Symbol of wisdom.
SHIP: Pertains to sailors, men of the sea or ancient voyages.
SHIP: (without mast) Disaster at sea.
SILVER: (Argent) Peace and sincerity.
SPEAR/TILTING LANCE: An honourable warrior, or vallant knight.
SPUR: Gold for a knight and silver for an esquire. Readiness, and preparedness.
STAG: (A Male Deer) One who will not fight unless provoked. Symbol of peace and harmony.
STORK: symbolizes close parental bond. Viligence if holding a rock.
SUN: (In Splendor - with rays and a smiley face) Glory and splendor. The fountain of life.
SWAN: Poetic harmony and learning.
SWORD: Justice and Honor.
TOWER: Safety and grandeur.
TREE TRUNK: Symbolic of new life sprouting from old.
UNICORN: Extreme courage.
VINE TREE: (Grape Vine) Strong and lasting friendship.
WHEEL: Symbol of fortune.
WINGS: Swiftness and protection.
WOLF: rewrd of perseverance and hard work.
WYVERN: (A Creature with a dragon head, two legs like a rooster and a serpent tail which is barbed at the end) Valour and protection
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