In this section you can find the crests of almost 2400 settlements of Hungary with notes. Find the starting letter of the settlement in the list and click if you want to see it.
Renaissance shield erect, party per fess, in the middle a wavy bend argent.
In base or on a triple mound vert a patriarchal cross is borne argent.
In chief azure from the dexter side a man’s arm is reaching in or. The man’s +dexter hand is holding three ears of corn or.
Shield is enframed by blue (azure), yellow (or) stylised Baroque motives, which were taken over from the coat-of-arms of the settlement’s founding Vécsey family. On the top of the shield, in the middle of the Baroque motif a crown is borne, and it is crested by the figure of a warrior, holding a sword in his dexter hand.
Under the shield a ribbon azure with the inscription CSEGÖLD in it.
The cross, borne in the middle of the base symbolises Catholicism, the dominant religious faith of the inhabitants of Csegöld. The Greek Orthodox congregation is also sígnificant and this is why the patriarchal cross is borne as a main charge in the settlement’s coat-of-arms.
The three ears of corn in the chief symbolise the inabitants’ main source of living, that is agriculture. The man’s hand reaching in on the dexter side refers to the hardworking inhabitants of Csegöld as well as to their struggle for everyday living.
The people of Csegöld have always cherished their memories and local traditions. The external motif, the frame, which was taken over from the coat-of-arms of the founding Vécsey family, is to symbolise this fact.