What Does The 'Lion Rampant' Mean?


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The term 'lion rampant' is used as a design term and it is a kind of embellishment in which a lion is standing only on its hind legs and the symbol symbolises the spirit of something in which somebody says that don't dare to attack me.

The symbol has its origin in the Latin language and it is popular because earlier it represented the emblem of the king of Scotland. The symbol is also known as the royal Standard of Scotland and it serves as the banner of The Royal Court of Arms of Scotland.

When the unification happened in the year 1603 the symbol was taken into the Royal Standard of Great Britain. You can find its use even today and is used by the British Monarch.

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