Adelaide and Meath Hospital

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Coat of arms (crest) of Adelaide and Meath Hospital

Official blazon

Azure, an open book proper edged and clasped or, bound gules, charged on the dexter with the sun in splendour gules and inscribed on the sinister with the word Tamlact in letters sable, in base a harp gold, on a chief argent, a cross of the fourth surmounted by a chaplet of rue of the second, with the motto : Iccath Cech Thedmai.


The arms were officially granted on October 7, 1998.

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