Meaning of courant in English:

courant

Pronunciation /kʊˈrant/

See synonyms for courant

adjective

Heraldry
usually postpositive
  • Represented as running.

    ‘white horse courant’
    • ‘On a mount a stag courant between two laurel branches.’
    • ‘The last change was in the 1930s when a separate shield was granted to Charles Le Grice of Cornwall and the red and blue were changed into stripes and the boars courant have white spots.’

Origin

Early 17th century French, ‘running’, present participle of courir.