The ground of each division of a flag.
The field or ground of a flag comprises the background which a coat of arms or the canton may contrast.
is the background (predominant color) of a flag.
The surface of a shield, a QUARTER, or an ORDINARY. ( See also OF THE FIELD ).
The background of a flag or a shield.
in design terms, the base color of a flag, e.g. the St. Andrew's Cross flag has a blue field charged with a white saltire.
On a U.S. flag, the blue part.
The basic or background color of a flag or canton before any embellishments are added; also called the ground.
The field is the background color of the flag. The only national flag that is a simple field without any designs is the flag of Libya, above.
In heraldry, the surface of a shield on which charges are placed.
the background of a flag; the colour behind the charges.
the main body of the shield.
A background or predominant color.
The principal area of a flag prior to any additions or embellishments. This is usually made up of a single fabric or several joined fabrics.
the background or surface of a shield on which charges are to be placed.
1) The whole background or predominant colour of a flag – the ground of a flag. 2) In heraldry, the surface of a shield upon which charges or bearings are blazoned, or of each separate coat when the shield is quartered or impaled (see also ‘ blazon', ‘ coat', ‘ impale', ‘ shield' and ‘ quarter').
In heraldry, the background of the shield is called the field. The field is usually composed of one or more tinctures (colours or metals) or furs.