Xelekek, ku jê re Xaça Saint Andrew ( Andrew's Cross ) jî tê gotin.[1]

Xaçêk diagonal (xaçê dekûse, saltire, Xaçê St. Andrew)

ew sembolek heraldîk e ku di teşeya xaçparêziyê de, mîna teşeya tîpa X e ya di tîpa Roman de. Ew gotina ku ji ber Middle French sautoir, Latin Middle saltatoria ( " çengel ") ve hetî ye. [2]

, salleu di gelek alan de tê bikar anînherwesa , di sedsala 16-an de ji bo Skoçya û Burgundbi aweyekê pir giring y di hawicûdêdê.

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  1. "Crux decussata". Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Merriam-Webster, Inc. Roja wergirtinê: July 24, 2018.
  2. Heraldic use 13th century (attested 1235, Huon de Méry, Tournoiemenz Antecrist, v. 654). In 1352 also of a particular form of stirrup (Comput. Steph. de la Fontaine argent, du Cange s.v. "saltatoria"). 15th-century use in the sense of a barrier of wooden pegs arranged crosswise, preventing the passage of livestock that can still be jumped by people. "sautoire" in TLFi; see also "saltire" at etymonline.com.
  3. a b *Álvarez Abeilhé, Juan. La bandera de España. El origen militar de los símbolos de España. Revista de historia militar Año LIV (2010). Núm extraord. Madrid: Ministerio de Defensa. ISSN 0482-5748. PP. 37-69.
  4. As a naval flag for the carrack Great Michael. As square flag carried by heraldic supporters c. 1542. National Library of Scotland (1542). "Plate from the Lindsay Armorial". Scran. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Roja wergirtinê: 2009-12-09.
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