The lucy is a long, aggressive fish, popular in medieval armory for its canting value (as in the arms of Lucy, c.1255) [ANA2 432]. It was also known as the “pike”, or the “gad” or “ged”, in each case for its canting value. The illustration shows a lucy haurient.
Ari Ánsson bears: Argent, in pale two lucies and on a base gules a lucy argent.
Matti Turkulainen bears: Argent fretty sable, a pike naiant vert.
Ivar Hakonarson bears: Barry azure and argent, two pike haurient gules.