A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Sautouer, Sawtry, n. [OF] A saltire or St. Andrew's Cross. — A chefe, a bend, a fes, a pole, a cheueron, a wnde, a geron, a croix and a sautouer [F. sautouer]; Loutfut MS (ed.) 12a.
And giff ȝe will wit quhat is a sautouer [F. sautouer] luk in this buk the armes of Boudeuille; Ib. 12b.
There bene in armes callit two pynyons. One is quhen the feild is a sawtry Saynt Andrewes crosse; Ib. MS 61b.

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