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pennon

pen·non / ˈpenən/ • n. 1. a long triangular or swallow-tailed flag, esp. as the military ensign of lancer regiments. Also called pennant. 2. another term for pennant (sense 2). DERIVATIVES: pen·noned adj.

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pennon

pennon long narrow flag or streamer XIV; (poet.) wing, pinion XVII. — (O)F.:- Rom. deriv. of L. penna PEN2.

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pennon

pennonBuchanan, cannon, canon, colcannon, Louisianan, Montanan, Rhiannon, Shannon •Botswanan •Lennon, pennon, tenon •Canaan •Burkinan, Henan •finnan •phenomenon, prolegomenon •Parthenon •Arizonan, Conan, Ronan •Lebanon • Algernon • Vernon •Groningen • Vlissingen •Tongan, wrong'un •cap'n, happen •dampen, lampern •aspen •parpen, sharpen, tarpon •weapon • hempen •capon, misshapen •cheapen, deepen, steepen •tympan • ripen • saucepan • open •lumpen

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