cléché


cléché
cléché, ée
(klé-ché, chée) adj.
Terme de blason. Se dit d'une pièce ouverte à jour qui laisse voir le champ de l'écu.
   Clef. Cléché s'explique étymologiquement par une forme fictive clavicatus.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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