Definition of boteroll in English:

boteroll

(also boterol)

noun

Heraldry
  • A charge in the form of a chape; a crampet.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Joseph Edmondson (bap. 1732, d. 1786), herald and coach-painter. From French bouterolle metal cover for the point of a sword, tip of a scabbard from boter, buter to push, to hit, to project + -olle, variant of -ole, diminutive suffix.

Pronunciation

boteroll

/ˈbɒtərɒl/