A flag; colors; a banner; especially, a national or other ensign.
The upper petal or banner of a papilionaceous corolla.
A banner used by armies to rally there troops in battle or carried in parades.
A flag which is colored according to the owner's livery and displays the owner's badge or badges instead of his arms. The term "national standard" is used to describe the national and regimental flags carried by mounted or motorized organizations.
Flag carried by mounted units, or their equivalent. In mediaeval times, standards represented royalty using their colors, coats of arms, or mottos.
The upper, usually broad, petal of a papilionaceous corolla.
a set of language or protocol rules serving as a rallying point, as a base for independent agents to communicate together without a specific and a priori agreement.
a flag around which people rally. Today, term usually refers to the personal flag of a ruler, such as the Royal Standard of a British monarch. 1) - an identifying flag, equivalent to a color, carried by mounted or similar units. French - étendard Spanish - estandarte German - Standart Russian - shtandart Portuguese - estandarte Italian - stendardo Danish - estandart Dutch - standaard (Netherlands), vaandel (Belgium) 2) a flag based on a heraldic shield 3) a flag representing a military unit; 4) the personal flag of a king, president or other high official in the U.S. military, an obsolete term for the regimental flag used by cavalry regiments.
A long, narrow, tapering flag marking the armiger personally; Royal standards are normally of similar proportions to national flags
A flag of any kind, including a vexilloid, medieval banner, heraldic or military flag, or the banner of a noble or a head of state.
The ARMORIAL BANNER of an important person, such as the sovereign. The term is also applied to some colours used in the Canadian Forces.
any distinctive flag
a flag it is therefore a symbol of centralised, uniform identity and power, and also a benchmark of quality
a flag or banner that symbolizes authority and identity
a headquarters flag used to rally the clan in battle
a larger flag, usually bearing an image or words, used to show the location of larger divisions of fighters
a long tapered flag with a rounded end
a measurement of behavior, set by God, that serves as a rallying point for citizens of His Kingdom
a staff with a flag
A synonym for flag.
a military ensign (signum) borne by a signifier as an emblem of a cohort within a legion.
object carried at the top of a pole and used as an emblem or to mark a rallying point in battle
in the Middle Ages, the largest of flags, bearing a king's or lord's badge, probably his motto, and perhaps other charges. The standard marked its owner's residence, whether a castle, or a ship, or his pavilion on campaign. The standard is now best known as the personal banner of the British monarch. The standard is also an identifying flag, equivalent to a color, carried by mounted or similar units. French - étendard Spanish - estandarte German - Standart Russian - shtandart Portuguese - estandarte Italian - stendardo Danish - estandart Dutch - standaard (Netherlands), vaandel (Belgium)
A large tapering flag ending in two points, originally bourne by a sovereign or high ranking noble.
type of flag carried by mounted artillery and cavalry regiments.
A flag or banner carried into battle on a pole.
The type of flag carried by cavalry regiments. It is smaller than the infantry and artillery colors.