Definition of pheon in English:

pheon

noun

  • Heraldry. A charge in the form of a broad barbed arrow or arrowhead, or of the head of a javelin; specifically one that is engrailed on the inner edge of each barb.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Coote Armuris. Origin unknown.

Pronunciation

pheon

/ˈfiːɒn/