Blazon: Gules a cross couped, the chief limb terminating in a fleur-de-lis and the other three in acorns argent
Blazon: Argent an oak tree eradicated proper fructed or between two acorns in chief also proper, in base a talbot passant sable surmounted by a mountain of five peaks proper, on the dexter a pale azure charged with ten canes 3, 2, 2, and 3 or, all within a bordure tierced per fess of the field, vert, and gules charged with the motto “Iragana buruan*” in the dexter chief, “Geroa eskuan**” in the sinister chief, and “Urkabustaiz” in base, all sable
*With the past
**With the future
From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586), p199
Blazon: Vert two points dexter and sinister or, three acorns slipped counterchanged
Ferne cites this coat as borne by someone in Languedoc, so it is presumably French.