This Devine Coat of Arms was first found recorded in Sir Bernard Burkes' General Armoury.
A naked arm couped below the elbow grasping a sword flammant proper.
Gules a Lion passant guardant and at the base a human heart Argent.
The lion is said to be the emblem of "deathless courage".
In Ireland the lion also represented the 'lion' season, prior to the full arrival of Summer.
The lion symbol can also represent a great Warrior or Chief.
The heart used in heraldry signifies a man of sincerity and one who speaks the truth from his heart, and is also used as the emblem of Sincerity, Truthfulness, and Charity.
FORTITER ET FIDELITER~ BRAVE AND FAITHFUL
This coat of arms was classed as for a person "of more than ordinary excellence", "divine". It was first found registered under the spelling of Nicholas Le Devin in 1187.