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bur·gee

 (bər-jē′, bûr′jē)
n.
A small distinguishing flag displayed by a yacht.

[Perhaps from French dialectal bourgeais, shipowner, from Old French burgeis, citizen, from bourg, bourg; see bourg.]

burgee

(ˈbɜːdʒiː)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a triangular or swallow-tailed flag flown from the mast of a merchant ship for identification and from the mast of a yacht to indicate its owner's membership of a particular yacht club
[C18: perhaps from French (Jersey dialect) bourgeais shipowner, from Old French borgeis; see bourgeois1, burgess]

bur•gee

(ˈbɜr dʒi, bɜrˈdʒi)

n.
a small nautical flag or pennant, used for identification or as a signal.
[1840–50]
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A shiny black steam-yacht, with mahogany deck-house, nickel-plated binnacles, and pink-and-white-striped awnings, puffed up the harbour, flying the burgee of some New York club.
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But the rider was later found guilty of dropping his hands and losing third place on Bring Back Charlie despite looking around several times in the closing stages of the 2m maiden hurdle won by Mr Burgees.
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The last of the local Regattas go ahead this weekend under the West Kirby and Dee burgees with starts around 9 am and 10ambefore the annual pilgrimage to the Menai Strait for the Regattas Fortnight.