[gon-fuh-nuh n] /ˈgɒn fə nən/
a gonfalon that hangs directly from a pole, especially from the shaft of a lance just below the lance head.
[gawng, gong] /gɔŋ, gɒŋ/ noun 1. a large bronze disk, of Asian origin, having an upturned rim, that produces a vibrant, hollow tone when struck, usually with a stick or hammer that has a padded head. 2. a shallow bell sounded by a hammer operated electrically or mechanically: The fire-alarm system will automatically sound the […]
noun, Nautical. 1. a buoy in which one or more gongs are struck by hammers that swing freely with the motion of the buoy.
- Gongora y argote
[gawng-gaw-rah ee ahr-gaw-te] /ˈgɔŋ gɔˌrɑ i ɑrˈgɔ tɛ/ noun 1. Luis de [lwees de] /lwis dɛ/ (Show IPA), 1561–1627, Spanish poet. /Spanish ˈɡɔnɡora i arˈɣote/ noun 1. Luis de (lwis de). 1561–1627, Spanish lyric poet, noted for the exaggerated pedantic style of works such as Las Soledades
[gong-guh-riz-uh m, gawng-] /ˈgɒŋ gəˌrɪz əm, ˈgɔŋ-/ noun 1. imitation of the ornate and intricate style of Góngora y Argote. /ˈɡɒŋɡəˌrɪzəm/ noun 1. an affected literary style characterized by intricate language and obscurity 2. an example of this