Origin of pennon
OTHER WORDS FROM pennonpennoned, adjectiveun·pen·noned, adjective
Words nearby pennon
How to use pennon in a sentence
The Duke's casque was beaten and gory, his long white pennon red-dyed, his horse wounded.
And straight toward them cantered a merry body of cavaliers and men-at-arms, Louis's broad pennon leading.
They ceased speaking as the thin pennon of smoke, followed by two tall masts, became visible over the horizon.The Onslaught from Rigel|Fletcher Pratt
On his lance he bore a red pennon; a tress of my hair served him for a belt, from which hung his sword.Tales from the Lands of Nuts and Grapes|Charles Sellers and Others
Penn′oncelle, a small flag like a pennon; Penn′oncier, a knight-bachelor.