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Drachenwald Kingdom ILoI dated 2017-12-18

This is a special letter requesting comments for potential order names. The purpose of the commentary is to look into the registrability of the names and to produce full documentation for each.

The time for commenting is one week; comments are due on December 24th. Thank you for the time you can put into this during this busy season!


From Schwarzdrachen Principal Herald

My dear colleagues, on my own behalf and on that of our estimable staff, most notably our sister Edelweiss, I beg your assistance. This past August the Crown of Drachenwald instituted three orders which will carry grants-of-arms. At that time the Crown solicited suggestions for names and badges for these orders, and a few nobles of the kingdom offered ideas. The attached Internal Letter of Intent for the Drachenwad College of Heralds includes some of the possibilities for names. Another letter with possible badges will be circulated forthwith.

In a week's time, based on the comments received here, we will create proposed order names and badges which will be submitted in the Dragon's Tale for a poll, by royal command. This poll will appear in the February issue of the Dragon's Tale. The combination of name(s) and badge(s) chosen in the poll will be submitted in a Letter of Intent to the College of Arms of the Society for comment.

If, after comment, Laurel Staff finds it necessary to reject the choice made in a kingdom-wide poll; it would be awkward to poll again. As such, it is important that the entries in this ILOI be examined rigorously against all relevant criteria. I beg our own Drakenwolden heralds and our friends in Oultremer and Lochac to challenge stoutly and rigorously all the submissions herewith included. For this you have my gratitude, that of my estimable and hardworking staff, the thanks of the committee which has worked on these orders to date, that of the Principals of these three orders (myself included), and perhaps most important the pleasure of our sovereigns the Sah and Bambisn of Drachenwald.

Lyonet Schwarzdrachen


Rules for order names

http://heraldry.sca.org/sena.html#NPN

To be registered, a non-personal name submission must meet the following standards:

  1. The designator and substantive element must be demonstrated to be suitable for the type of item. Each type of element must be suitable for a specific time and place or must otherwise meet the standards set out in NPN.1.
  2. The name as a whole must be demonstrated to be grammatically (structurally) correct. This means meeting the standards for lingual and temporal compatibility set out in NPN.2.
  3. The name must be free of conflict and presumption as set out in NPN.3 and NPN.4.
  4. The name must not be offensive as set out in NPN.5.


Resources for order names



1: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Alae Atrae Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Black Wing of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Alae, 'wing' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A wing may be used as a single charge; this usage dates from c.1295, in the English arms of Peek." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/wing/).

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Atrae, 'dull black', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture sable?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


2: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Alae Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Wing of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Alae, 'wing' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A wing may be used as a single charge; this usage dates from c.1295, in the English arms of Peek." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/wing/).

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


3: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Annuli Atri Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Black Ring of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Annuli, 'ring', 'annulet'. Annulet is a period charge. Mistholme Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "An annulet is a plain circular ring. It's an ancient charge, dating from c.1255 in the arms of Plessis or Plescy. In the earliest blazons, it was sometimes called a "false (i.e., voided) roundel", but soon became recognized as an independent charge." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/annulet-2/)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Atri, 'dull black', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture sable?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


4: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Annuli Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Ring of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Annuli, 'ring', 'annulet'. Annulet is a period charge. Mistholme Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "An annulet is a plain circular ring. It's an ancient charge, dating from c.1255 in the arms of Plessis or Plescy. In the earliest blazons, it was sometimes called a "false (i.e., voided) roundel", but soon became recognized as an independent charge." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/annulet-2/)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


5: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Annuli Rubri Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Red Ring of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Annuli, 'ring', 'annulet'. Annulet is a period charge. Mistholme Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "An annulet is a plain circular ring. It's an ancient charge, dating from c.1255 in the arms of Plessis or Plescy. In the earliest blazons, it was sometimes called a "false (i.e., voided) roundel", but soon became recognized as an independent charge." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/annulet-2/)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Rubri, 'red', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture gules?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


6: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Band of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Regalia, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/) that gives as an example of the pattern "Band, Bend, or Sash (Spain)": <Milites Fasciae sive Della Banda>, 'Knights of the Band or of the Band', 1604, Latin (English).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Band is a lingua Anglica form.

  • (fits the pattern?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


7: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Black Martlet of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Black is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture sable.

Martlet is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


8: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Black Ring of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Black is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture sable.

Ring

  • (acceptable charge?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


9: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Black Swan of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Black is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture sable.

Swan is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


10: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Black Wing of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Black is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture sable.

Wing is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A wing may be used as a single charge; this usage dates from c.1295, in the English arms of Peek." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/wing/).

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


11: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Cortis Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Band of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern:

  • (pattern?)

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Cortis or Chortis or Cohortis 'a band'; crowd, multitude, throng

  • (fits the pattern?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


12: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Cygni Atri Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Black Swan of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Cygni, 'swan' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Atri, 'dull black', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture sable?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


13: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Cygni Aurei Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Golden Swan of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Cygni, 'swan' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Aurei, 'gold', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture Or?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


14: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Cygni Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Swan of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Cygni, 'swan' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


15: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Fasciae Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Band of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Regalia, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/) that gives as an example of the pattern "Band, Bend, or Sash (Spain)": <Milites Fasciae sive Della Banda>, 'Knights of the Band or of the Band', 1604, Latin (English).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Fasciae 'a band', 'bandage'

  • (fits the pattern?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


16: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Gauntlet of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Gauntlet is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A gauntlet is a piece of armor for the hand. It is a period charge, found in the arms of de Wauncy, c.1312." (http://mistholme.com/?s=gauntlet)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


17: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Golden Guard of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Golden is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture Or.

Guard (wristguard or elbow guard) is a piece of armor and a heraldic charge recognized in the Society.

  • (acceptable spelling?)
  • (existing registration allowance?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


18: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Golden Swan of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Golden is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture Or.

Swan is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


19: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Guard of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Guard (wristguard or elbow guard) is a piece of armor and a heraldic charge recognized in the Society.

  • (acceptable spelling?)
  • (existing registration allowance?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


20: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Hirundinis Atri Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Black Martlet of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Hirundinis, 'martlet' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Atri 'dull black', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture sable?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


21: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Hirundinis Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Martlet of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Hirundinis, 'martlet' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


22: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Hirundinis Rubri Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Red Martlet of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Hirundinis, 'martlet' is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Rubri 'red', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture gules?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


23: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Martlet of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Martlet is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


24: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Praesidii Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Guard of Drachenwald, Order of the) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern:

  • (pattern?)

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Praesidii, 'guard', 'garrison', 'protection'

  • (acceptable for the pattern?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


25: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Red Martlet of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Red is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture gules.

Martlet is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The martlet is an heraldic bird, in many ways a stylized and generic bird. Blazoned as a merle, merlette, or merlotte ("blackbird"), it was found in French armory as early as c.1185, in the canting arms of Mello. In English armory, the French term quickly became conflated with the martinet, a type of swallow or swift, and soon became highly stylized in form. The martlet is found as early as c.1244, in the arms of the Earls of Pembroke." (http://mistholme.com/?s=martlet)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


26: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Red Ring of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Red is an accepted English word for the heraldic tincture gules.

Ring

  • (acceptable charge?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


27: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Ring of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, or Regalia, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Ring

  • (acceptable charge/regalia?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


28: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Schwarzen Ringes von Drachenwald, Orden des

Language (German) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Black Ring) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Orden (German) is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Schwarzen is German for 'black' or heraldic tincture sable.

Ringes, 'ring'

  • (acceptable charge?)
  • (acceptable spelling?)

von Drachenwald, 'of Drachenwald'

  • (acceptable German translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


29: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Swan of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Swan is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "The swan is a water bird, both graceful and fierce, famed for its death song; it was said to bring good luck. It's found in the arms of Dale as early as 1387." (http://mistholme.com/?s=swan)

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


30: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Wanti Aurei Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Golden Guard of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Color + Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Wanti or Ganti, 'glove', 'gauntlet'. Both are period charges. Mistholme Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A gauntlet is a piece of armor for the hand. It is a period charge, found in the arms of de Wauncy, c.1312." and "Similar to the gauntlet is the "glove": like the gauntlet, a covering for the hand, but an article of clothing instead of armor, made of leather or cloth instead of metal. It's found in the canting arms (German Handschuh) of Handschuhsheim, c.1450." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/gauntlet-glove/)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Aurei, 'gold', genitive singular

  • (acceptable Latin word for the heraldic tincture Or?)
  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


31: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Wanti Drachenwaldensis, Ordo

Language (Latin) most important.
Meaning (Order of the Gauntlet of Drachenwald) most important.

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Ordo is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Wanti or Ganti, 'glove', 'gauntlet'. Both are period charges. Mistholme Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A gauntlet is a piece of armor for the hand. It is a period charge, found in the arms of de Wauncy, c.1312." and "Similar to the gauntlet is the "glove": like the gauntlet, a covering for the hand, but an article of clothing instead of armor, made of leather or cloth instead of metal. It's found in the canting arms (German Handschuh) of Handschuhsheim, c.1450." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/gauntlet-glove/)

  • (acceptable Latin word, spelling?)

Drachenwaldensis

  • (acceptable Latin translation of 'of Drachenwald'?)
  • (documentable as a placename?)


32: Drachenwald, Kingdom of -New Order Name

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 1993, via Drachenwald.

Wing of Drachenwald, Order of the

  • (conflict?)

Pattern: Charge, identified in Medieval Secular Order Names by Juliana de Luna (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/order/new/).

Designator: Order is a registrable designator (SENA Appendix E).

Substantive Elements:

Wing is a period heraldic charge. The Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry: "A wing may be used as a single charge; this usage dates from c.1295, in the English arms of Peek." (http://mistholme.com/dictionary/wing/).

  • (acceptable spelling?)

of Drachenwald is a name phrase created from a registered SCA branch in the allowed lingua Anglica form 'of Branchname'.


In service to the Crown and Drachenwald College of Heralds,
Mór Edelweiss


OSCAR counts 32 Order Names. There are a total of 32 items submitted on this letter.

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