Tuesday, 23 March 2010
513 The progresses 11
Then followed she in a black velvet gown seemé of crosletts or quatrefoiles sylver, and a small white feather on her head, accompanied with ladies.
semé (sə mā′) sow, scatter
Heraldry having a design of many small figures; dotted, as with stars
Etymology: Fr, orig. pp. of semer, to sow, L seminare, semen, a seed.