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A beast passant (Old French: "striding") walks toward dexter (the viewer's left), with the right forepaw raised and all others on the ground. While early heralds held that any lion in a walking position must necessarily be a "leopard", and this distinction persists in French heraldry, this use of the term leopard has long since been abandoned by English heralds. A "Lion of England" denotes a lion passant guardant Or, used as an augmentation. For stags and other deerlike beasts of chase, the term trippant is used instead of passant.
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