panji-panji

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Malay[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /pandʒi-pandʒi/
  • Hyphenation: pan‧ji-pan‧ji

Noun[edit]

panji-panji

  1. pennon, flag, standard (usually triangular)
    • 1923, Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Straits Branch, page 49,
      Sa-tĕlah bĕrkampong sakalian-nya, maka (10) Raja Chulin pun bĕrangkat mĕngĕluari Raja Shulan, rupa ra'ayat-nya sapĕrti laut yang pasang pĕnoh, rupa gajah kuda sapĕrti pulau, rupa-nya tunggul dan panji-panji sapĕrti hutan, rupa-nya sĕnjata bĕrlapis-lapis, chĕmara tombak-nya sapĕrti bunga lalang.
      When all were gathered, then (10) Raja Chulin marched to face Raja Shulan, the size of his army looked like the sea at full tide, his elephants and horses formations looked like islands, his flags and war banners stood like a forest, his weapons arsenal lined layer upon layer, the tassels on his spears like the flowers of Cogon Grass.
    • 1983, Barbara Watson Andaya, Leonard Y. Andaya, Sejarah Malaysia, Macmillan, ISBN 9679290018, page 215,
      Di sana bendera Union Jack telah dikibarkan bersama-sama panji-panji Dent sendiri.
      There the Union Jack was flown together with Dent's own standard.
    • 1986, Ibrahim bin Ismail, Sudahkah Kamu Bertemu Mariam?, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, page 228,
      Pasukan Tentera Negeri Johor menerima Panji-panji Diraja pada 11 Mei 1916.
      The Johor State Armed Forces received the Royal Standard on 11 May 1916.

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  • "panji" in A Dictionary of the Malayan Language, in Two Parts, Malayan and English and English and Malayan, William Marsden, Cox and Baylis, 1812, page 231.
  • "panji" in A Malay-English Dictionary, Richard James Wilkinson, Kelly & Walsh Limited, 1901-1903, page 473.