Oral Hygienists Association of South Africa

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ORAL HYGIENISTS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA

Arms of Oral Hygienists Association of South Africa

Official blazon

  • (af)

Wapen: Uitgetand gedeel, silwer en rooi, 'n blou regterflank slangsnitsgewys in die skildhoof na links en in die skildvoet na regs, in die skildhoof regs 'n staf omwonde van twee toegewende slange, alles silwer.
Helmteken: Twee afgewende silwer tandarts-skrapers met rooi stele, tussen twee afgewende blou bloukraanvoels.
Wrong en dekklede: Silwer en rooi.
Wapenspreuk: CAVERE EST VALERE

  • (en)

Arms: Per pale indented Argent and Gules, a dexter flank ondoyant to sinister in chief and to dexter in base Azure, in dexter chief a rod entwined of two serpents respectant, Argent.
Crest: Two dentist's curettes addorsed Argent with handles Gules, between two blue cranes addorsed Azure.
Wreath and mantling: Argent and Gules.
Motto: CAVERE EST VALERE

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on October 16, 1987.

We have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

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