The Ermine Point or Ermine Spot is heraldic element which is repeated in the fur “Ermine”.
The term adumbration means literally to shadow and is a term used to denote a charge which is shown either only in outline or by a slight darkening of the tincture of the field.
Anchor, (fr. ancre): this is frequently used as a charge, or crest, emblematical of hope, or of naval service. In old examples it is not unfrequently ringed at the point as well as at the head.
An architectural Arch used as a charge in heraldry. Usually shown as a castle’s Arch, but the Bridge Arch also appears, but will be blazoned as such.