Origin of burgee
Examples from the Web for burgee
The race was under the Royal London burgee, and was sailed in gloomy weather and a smart (p. 355) north-east breeze.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
Burgee's long, low house was indecently plain, without even so much as a gimcrack or bit of gingerbread decoration.Sugar Plum|Reginald Bretnor
The burgee of the other Club we have named has undergone many changes.
I could see Jean now helping haul down our burgee, and the deck boy, Willy, in his hurried work about the boat.The Lady and the Pirate|Emerson Hough
The modern flag, known as the burgee, largely used in flag signalling, is like a shortened pennon.