Gate, (old pronunciation, yate): a charge rarely borne, and then generally for the sake of the name.
Argent, a fesse between three gates sable–YATES, Lyford, Berks.
Per pale crenelly argent and sable, three fieldgates counterchanged–YATE, Buckland, Berks.
Per fesse crenelly sable and argent, three fivebarred gates counter-changed–YEATES, Bristol.
Gules, a gate between three goats passant or–PORTNOWE.