La Malhoure

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Blason de La Malhoure/Coat of arms (crest) of {{PAGENAME
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French De gueules au lévrier colleté et bouclé, soutenu d'une moucheture d'hermine accostée de 2 épis de seigle ployés et croisés en pointe, le tout d'argent.
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The greyhound is taken from the arms of the Trémaudan family, lords of the village in the 15th century. The rye ears are canting for the old name Landsegal (seigle meaning rye). The ermine tail is the symbol for Brittany.

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