|Country of Origin||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
- Per chevron Argent and Sable, in dexter chief a right opened hand Sable and in base an edelweiß Argent seeded Sable.
- A demi-peasant vested Sable and Argent facing to dexter maintaining a scythe Proper bendwise sinister in his dexter hand, dexter of the scythe blade three fleurs-de-lis Or in chevron reversed, above the demi-peasant's dexter hand three crescents Gules in chevron.
- Sable doubled Argent.
- Po ševronu srebrno i crno, u glavi nadesno crna desna otvorena šaka, u stopi srebrni runolist prašnika crnih.
- Poluseljak odjeven u crnu i srebrenu okrenut udesno koji drži kosu ukoso ulijevo, desna od kosina oštrice tri zlatna ljiljana u obrnutom ševronu, iznad poluseljakove desne ruke tri crvena polumjeseca u ševronu.
- Crna i srebreno.
Sable and Argent: The armiger has always liked the colors black and white, so they used them as the dominant tinctures and metals on the arms.
Edelweiss: the armiger has an affinity for mountains and hills, probably because they live in a mountainous country. The edelweiss represents this.
Right hand: The right hand is canting of Benjamin, which in Hebrew and Arabic means "son of the right (hand)".
Demi-peasant: The demi-peasant maintaining a scythe represents their humble origins. Being mostly descended from peasants.
Floating crescents and fleurs-de-lis: The crescents above the peasants dexter hand and the fleurs-de-lis dexter of the scythe blade are an homage to medieval Bosnian-Serbian heraldry. The floating charges can be seen in the crests of a fair amount of 14th-15th c. Bosnian and Serbian magnates. Also they were used because they are interesting.