Definition of raguly in English:

raguly

Line breaks: rag¦uly
Pronunciation: /ˈragjʊli
 
/

adjective

[usually postpositive] Heraldry
  • Having an edge with oblique notches like a row of sawn-off branches: a cross raguly

Origin

mid 17th century: perhaps from ragged, on the pattern of nebuly.

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