Definition of Oriflammes

1. Noun. (plural of oriflamme) ¹



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Definition of Oriflammes

1. oriflamme [n] - See also: oriflamme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oriflammes

orifexes
orifice
orifice of external acoustic meatus
orifice of inferior vena cava
orifice of internal acoustic meatus
orifice of superior vena cava
orifices
orificial
orificium
orificium internum uteri
orificium ureteris
oriflamme
oriflammes (current term)
origami
origamic
origamic architecture
origamilike
origamis
origamist
origamists
origane
origanes
origans
origanums

Literary usage of Oriflammes

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1. Origin and History of the American Flag and of the Naval and Yacht-club by George Henry Preble, Charles Edward Asnis (1917)
"On the central towers, between the turrets, were thirty-two oriflammes, 4 by 12 feet, of varied combinations of the United States and other national flags. ..."

2. History of the Flag of the United States of America by George Henry Preble (1880)
"On the central towers, between the turrets, were thirty-two oriflammes, 4 by 12 feet, of varied combinations of the United States and other national flags. ..."

3. The Monthly Christian Spectator. 1851-1859 (1857)
"... in white dresses, white gauze veils, green coronals and green scarfs, and carrying in their hands oriflammes, golden horns of flowers, ..."

4. Proceedings (1902)
"... étaient si bien récompensées, la salle du Quinconce, destinée à recevoir les Congressistes, avait été élégamment ornée de bannières et d'oriflammes. ..."

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