pennant

  1. the award given to the champion
  2. a flag longer than it is wide (and often tapering)
  3. a long flag; often tapering

Pennant

a small triangular flag

pennant

A display poster with three visible sides.
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pennant

[n] - a flag longer than it is wide (and often tapering) 2. [n] - the award given to the champion 3. [n] - a long flag
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Pennant

Pen'nant noun [ Middle English penon , penoun , pynoun , Old French penon , French pennon , from Latin penna feather. See Pen a feather, and confer Pennon , Pinion .] (Nautical) (a) A small flag; a pennon. The narro...
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pennant

pennon noun a long flag; often tapering
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pennant

noun the award given to the champion
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Pennant

• (n.) A rope or strap to which a purchase is hooked. • (n.) A small flag; a pennon. The narrow, / long, pennant (called also whip or coach whip) is a long, narrow piece of bunting, carried at the masthead of a government vessel in commission. The board pennant is an oblong, nearly square flag, carried at the masthead of a commodore`s ves...
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pennant

(from the article `flag`) ...flag tied to a long pole or rod that extends beyond the tailboard of a truck. But the pennon served also to strike terror into the enemy and to ...
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pennant

pennant 1. A long narrow banner or streamer carried on a lance. 2. A pennant, banner, or flag. 3. A pinion; a wing. 4. Etymology: from Middle English, from Old French penon, 'streamer, feather of an arrow', from Latin penna, 'feather'.
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Pennant

A chart pattern resembling a pointed flag, with the point facing to the right, which shows a diminishing variance of price.
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Pennant

a triangular flag
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Pennant

[automobile] The Pennant was an automobile make manufactured by the Barley Motor Car Co. in Kalamazoo, Michigan (1924–25), which also made the Roamer (1916–29) and the Barley automobiles (1922–24). The latter was intended as a less expensive companion car to the Roamer. After a reorganization the Roamer Motor Car Co. was to be incorpo...
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pennant

A small flag.
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Pennant

Emblematic flag.
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Pennant

A long, thin triangular flag flown from the masthead of a military ship (as opposed to a burgee, the flags thus flown on yachts).
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Pennant

[dragonfly] Comparison of point size relationship of the Georgia and Times New Roman typefaces ...
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Pennant

[church] A Church Pennant is a pennant flown to indicate that a religious service is in progress. It is flown on ships and establishments (bases). ==Marine Nationale== The French Navy maintained a church pennant but it fell into disuse in 1905. ==Royal Navy & Royal Netherlands Navy== The Church Pennant as used by the Royal Navy, other navie...
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Pennant

[commissioning] The commissioning pennant (or masthead pennant) is a pennant (also spelled `pendant`) flown from the masthead of a warship. The history of flying a commissioning pennant dates back to the days of chivalry with their trail pendants being flown from the mastheads of ships they commanded. Today, the commissioning pennants are h...
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Pennant

A long, thin triangular flag flown from the masthead of a military ship (as opposed to a burgee, the flags thus flown on yachts).
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

Pennant

A chart pattern resembling a pointed flag, with the point facing to the right, which shows a diminis
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