ogress a black roundle (see pellet)

ombré shadowed

ondé a line of partition formed like waves (see undé and wavy)

opinicus a winged monster with a lion's body, an eagle's head and neck and a short tail like a camel's

oppressed (see debruised and surmounted)

or the metal gold shown as yellow

orange a tawny roundle

organ rest the rest for a lance and by some authorities called musical instruments, they bear a resemblance to a fluted bracket (see rests, clarions or clavichords)

orle a diminutive of the bordure but not attached to the outside of the shield charges so arranged are in

orlé bordered

over all when a charge or ordinary is placed over other bearings similar to debruised, oppressed and surmounted

overt used of bird's wings when open