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gonfalon

Saltos de línea: gon|fa¦lon
Pronunciación: /ˈɡɒnf(ə)lən
 
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Definición de gonfalon en inglés:

sustantivo

A banner or pennant, especially one with streamers, hung from a crossbar.
Example sentences
  • The hand-stitched, silk gonfalons are black and gold, reflecting the university's official colors.
  • Every academic major has its own gonfalon in which certain colors represent different departments.
  • We contacted Southern Tailors for quotes on gonfalons because of a recommendation from another university.

Origen

late 16th century: from Italian gonfalone, from a Germanic compound whose second element is related to vane.

Derivados

gonfalonier

1
Pronunciación: /ˌɡɒnfələˈnɪə/
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • The names of the gonfaloniers will be listed in the program.
  • To be selected to be a gonfalonier is considered an honor, as their academic department chooses the person elected to carry it.
  • It is borne at the head of all university processions by a senior faculty member known as the gonfalonier.

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