Gonfalonier



[gon-fuh-luh-neer] /ˌgɒn fə ləˈnɪər/

noun
1.
the bearer of a gonfalon.
2.
a chief magistrate or some other elected official in any of several medieval Italian republics.
/ˌɡɒnfələˈnɪə/
noun
1.
the chief magistrate or other official of a medieval Italian republic, esp the bearer of the republic’s gonfalon

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