annulet /ˈanjʊlɪt/

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I. noun

1.
[Architecture] a small fillet or band encircling a column.
2.
[Heraldry] a charge in the form of a small ring.
– origin late Middle English (in the general sense ‘small ring’): from Old French anelet, from Latin anulus, annulus ‘ring’ + -et1. The spelling change in the 16th cent. was due to association with the Latin.

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