pennon

  1. a long flag; often tapering
  2. wing of a bird

pennon

[n] - wing of a bird
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Pennon

long narrow flag carried on the end of a spear or lance.
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Pennon

Pen'non noun [ Confer Pinion .] A wing; a pinion. Milton.
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pennon

noun wing of a bird
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Pennon

• (n.) A pennant; a flag or streamer. • (n.) A wing; a pinion.
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pennon

(from the article `flag`) ...but was rounded in the fly or had two swallow tails, both rounded. Guidons were borne by leaders in battle who were of no more than knightly rank ...
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pennon

pennon 1. a distinctive flag in any of various forms; as, a tapering triangular, or swallow-tailed; formerly one carried on a lance by a knight. 2. A pennant. 3. A wing or pinion.
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Pennon

A pennon was one of the principal three varieties of flags carried during the Middle Ages (the other two were the banner and the standard).{sfn|Swinburne|1911|p=456} Pennoncells and streamers or pendants are minor varieties of this style of flag. The pennon is a flag resembling the guidon in shape, but only half the size. It does not contain any c...
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