herald translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "herald" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ˈherəld/
formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king)
heraldo; anunciador
The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.
heraldic /-ˈrӕl-/ adjective of heraldry.
heraldry noun the study of coats of arms, crests etc and of the history of the families who have the right to use them.
Translations of “herald”
in Vietnamese sứ giả…
in Thai ผู้ประกาศ…
in Malaysian bentara…
in French héraut, messager/-ère…
in German der Herold…
in Chinese (Traditional) 預兆,先兆, (舊時的)傳令官…
in Indonesian utusan…
in Russian вестник…
in Turkish haberci, ulak, müjdeci…
in Chinese (Simplified) 预兆,前兆, (旧时的)传令官…
in Polish zwiastun, zapowiedź…
(Definition of herald from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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