Bogusz is a Polish surname that emerged in the thirteenth century.
The Bogusz coat of arms is composed of red, which symbolizes courage, with a horse head of pages, which is an emblem of nobility, courage and loyalty. The red color of the shell indicates the virtues and qualities of its bearer, refers to minerals, to plants, the chronology and the planetary system, the basic dictates of the Code of the former Cavalry.
Famous quotes containing the words coat and/or arms:
“When every Sunday afternoon
On the Green Lands I walk
And wear a coat in fashion,
Memories of the talk
Of hen wives and of queer old men
Brace me and make me strong....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Ambivalence reaches the level of schizophrenia in our treatment of violence among the young. Parents do not encourage violence, but neither do they take up arms against the industries which encourage it. Parents hide their eyes from the books and comics, slasher films, videos and lyrics which form the texture of an adolescent culture. While all successful societies have inhibited instinct, ours encourages it. Or at least we profess ourselves powerless to interfere with it.”
—C. John Sommerville (20th century)