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Rovray commune (Vaud canton, Switzerland)

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[Flag of Rovray] image by Pascal Gross

The communes of Rovray and Arrissoules merged on 1 January 2005. The new emblem has retained symbols from the former entities adding an arch to symbolise the motorway tunnel built not long time before on the former commune of Arrissoules that gave its name to the tunnel. The French blazoning reads as follows: "D'azur semé de glands d'argent, au tunnel maçonné de même, ouvert d'azur quatre pals d'or, au tilleul arraché au naturel brochant sur le palé, le tout surmonté d'un cerf élancé d'or"
Pascal Gross
, 19 January 2010

Rovray (until 31 December 2004)

[Old flag of Rovray] image by Pascal Gross

Azure semee of Acorns Argent, a Buck salient Or.
Željko Heimer
, 23 October 1999

A tricky canting flag! The probable link is to be found with the acorns. French toponyms like Rouvray or Grosrouvre originate from rouvre (popular Latin roborem), designating a species of oak (chêne rouvre – Quercus petrae).
Ivan Sache,
22 October 1999

Arrissoules (until 31 December 2004)

[Flag of Arrissoules] image by Pascal Gross

Paly of six Azure and Or, a linden tree proper overall.
Željko Heimer
, 20 August 1999