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CIRCLE-A
GODDESS
FERTILITY
GOLD
PURITY
HITLER
THULE SOCIETY
PINK TRIANGLE
PRIDE
VERGINA SUN
RECORDING CHESS MOVES
KEFFIYEH
SUBSCRIPT
CHRISTIANITY
TRADITIONAL SYMBOL
OUROBOROS
ANKH
HOPE
POWERFUL SYMBOL
ISLAM
CRESCENT MOON
TIME
HAMMER
VAJRAYANA BUDDHISM
VAJRA
DOLLAR SIGN
RELIGIOUS SYMBOL
QUANTITY
SI UNIT
WORD
COPYRIGHT SYMBOL
MEANING
SYMBOLS
CRESCENT
EMBLEM
LEVI-CIVITA SYMBOL
SUN
SOLAR SYMBOL
CROSSBONES
COMMON SYMBOL
FLEUR-DE-LIS
INTERNATIONAL SYMBOL
FARAVAHAR
ICONIC SYMBOL
ANCIENT SYMBOL
CADUCEUS
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Definitions

  1. A symbol is usually recognized only within some specific culture, religion, or discipline, but a few hundred symbols are now recognized internationally.
  2. A symbol is similar to an image in that it stands for something else, but unlike an image it is not merely descriptive.
  3. The symbol is also apparent in many seals and coats of arms as a sign of liberty, freedom, and independence.
  4. The symbol was later stamped on coins minted in gold and silver. (Web site)
  5. The symbol was a sign of Gniezno’s knightly class: the white eagle. (Web site)

Circle-A

  1. The exact year that circle-A came into use as a symbol of anarchy is unclear.

Goddess

  1. In alchemy the symbol for copper, perhaps a stylized mirror, was also the symbol for the goddess and planet Venus. (Web site)
  2. After the spoken invocation an appropriate rune or other symbol of the God or Goddess may be drawn in the air with the finger or with the staff. (Web site)

Fertility

  1. Jewellery in the Pacific, with the exception of Australia, is worn to be a symbol of either fertility or power. (Web site)
  2. The name swastika comes from the Sanskrit language of India, where the symbol was used as a sign of fertility. (Web site)
  3. The symbol of two intertwined snakes appeared early in Babylonia and is related to other serpent symbols of fertility, wisdom, and healing, and of sun gods. (Web site)

Gold

  1. The alchemical symbol for platinum (shown below) was made by joining the symbols of silver and gold. (Web site)
  2. Gold was the symbol of the divine or celestial light, the glory of God (Zech.
  3. They were mostly small disk-shaped lumps of gold, silver, or bronze, stamped with a geometric design or symbol to indicate its city of origin.

Purity

  1. Gold has been used as a symbol for purity, value, royalty, and particularly roles that combine these properties. (Web site)
  2. White has been the traditional colour of the Korean nation and figures in the flag of North Korea as a symbol of purity, strength and dignity. (Web site)
  3. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen because it was seen as a symbol of light and purity, and as a display of wealth.

Hitler

  1. In the summer of 1920, Hitler chose the symbol which to this day remains perhaps the most infamous in history, the swastika. (Web site)
  2. Some people believe that it was Eckart who suggested Hitler the use of the swastika as the symbol of the Nazi movement.
  3. For Hitler, the new flag had to be "a symbol of our own struggle" as well as "highly effective as a poster." (Mein Kampf, pg. (Web site)

Thule Society

  1. Thule Society Swastika … what inspired Hitler to use the swastika as a symbol for the NSDAP was its use by the Thule Society (Ger.
  2. The Swastika was the official symbol of the Thule Society. (Web site)

Pink Triangle

  1. In the 1970s, gay liberation groups resurrected the pink triangle as a popular symbol for the gay rights movement.

Pride

  1. The pink triangle has been reclaimed by the gay and lesbian community as a symbol of pride.
  2. The Labrys is a symbol of power and pride worn by many Lesbians.
  3. The bison is a symbol of Moldova and as old chronicles said means "power, independence and pride".

Vergina Sun

  1. Among the discoveries of this tomb is the "Vergina sun" the symbol that FYROM attempted to use on its flag initially.
  2. When Yugoslavia split in 1991, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia designated the Vergina Sun as its national symbol, and displayed it on its flag. (Web site)
  3. A Vergina Sun on a blue background is still used as the official symbol of the Greek province of Macedonia. (Web site)

Recording Chess Moves

  1. Kt The symbol sometimes used for the knight when recording chess moves in descriptive notation, mainly in older literature. (Web site)

Keffiyeh

  1. Everyone from Leona Lewis to Colin Farrell has taken to wearing the keffiyeh, as fashion goes wild for this symbol of resistance. (Web site)
  2. In the 1930s, the keffiyeh became a symbol of Palestinian nationalism as a result of its association with rural areas (as opposed to the city-dweller's fez).

Subscript

  1. The numbers in the subscript after the symbol "C" define the number of carbon atoms a particular group can contain.
  2. The rules are simpler in this case; The main symbol depends on the quark, and the subscript (if any) depends on the antiquark. (Web site)

Christianity

  1. This symbol of French Catholicism also is emblematic of the centuries old conflict between Christianity and Judaism.
  2. The sign of Pisces the fish is often associated with Christianity, of which the fish has been a popular symbol. (Web site)
  3. They reject the traditional symbol of Christianity, the cross, as being of pagan origin. (Web site)

Traditional Symbol

  1. An attack on a traditional symbol like a flag is not just an attack on the symbol itself, but is an attack on what that symbol reflects. (Web site)
  2. The sun has long been a traditional symbol of Kurdistan, representing the "source of life and the light of the people".
  3. The guelder rose incarnating sun, fire, perpetuity of life, maiden beauty and eternal love is the traditional symbol of Ukraine. (Web site)

Ouroboros

  1. The Ouroboros is a symbol that is associated with many different religions and customs, and is also claimed to be related to Alchemy. (Web site)
  2. The Ouroboros, a dragon that bites its tail, is a symbol for self-reference.
  3. In Dante's case, the symbol likely represents her belief that she is immortal and has conquered the cycle of birth and death as represented by the Ouroboros. (Web site)

Ankh

  1. The ankh can be seen in jewelry today and is still a symbol displayed by many people.
  2. If God is both male and female, the ankh is a symbol of hermaphroditism and can be representing God.

Hope

  1. They are a symbol of hope that, through music, people can learn to live in harmony.
  2. Once discovering what this power was and what it enabled him to do, Gabriel became Axiom-man, a symbol of hope in a city that had none.
  3. In 2008 I hope to see the teams in Beijing carry the flag of the European Union alongside their own national flag as a symbol of our unity. (Web site)

Powerful Symbol

  1. No matter the origin and the true meaning of the symbol, the Circle A is a very powerful symbol of anarchism world-wide. (Web site)
  2. Robben Island, the university of struggle, became a powerful symbol of hope for the oppressed that one day their leaders will come back to liberate them. (Web site)
  3. To the Celts horns were a powerful symbol of virility and power. (Web site)

Islam

  1. Revered is the colour green, which has been associated with Islam as a symbol of the religion itself. (Web site)
  2. It is an interesting combination of a flag inspired by that of the United States with the crescent and star, a traditional symbol of Islam. (Web site)
  3. The faith of Islam has historically had no symbol, and many refuse to accept what is essentially an ancient pagan icon.

Crescent Moon

  1. Based on this history, many Muslims reject using the crescent moon as a symbol of Islam.
  2. CRESCENT MOON: A symbol of the aging goddess (crone) to contemporary witches and victory over death to many Muslims. (Web site)
  3. Symbol of Islamic Feminism, Muslim Feminism that incorporates the Crescent Moon and Star, the symbol of Islam with the Female symbol. (Web site)

Time

  1. The double-headed eagle is much older than Paleologues and Christianity, but in that time it became the symbol of entire Empire.
  2. Since that time, the kudu horn has been a symbol of the Wood Badge course throughout the world.
  3. The second (symbol s) is a unit for time, and one of seven SI base units. (Web site)

Hammer

  1. Similarly, the Communist Party of Israel uses a dove over the hammer and sickle as its symbol. (Web site)
  2. The hammer and sickle (Unicode: ☭) is a symbol of the communist movement.
  3. The hammer and sickle is a symbol of the countries that have it on their flag.

Vajrayana Buddhism

  1. The Vajra is the quintessential symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism, which derives its name from the vajra itself.
  2. Vajrayana Buddhism absorbed the conch as a symbol which fearlessly proclaimed the truth of the dharma. (Web site)

Vajra

  1. The vajra is therefore a symbol of indestructibility and also of mastery over the universe. (Web site)
  2. The vajra is a symbol of skillful means, and the bell is a symbol of wisdom.
  3. In Jainism, the vajra is the symbol or mark for one of the Thirthankars namely Dharmanatha. (Web site)

Dollar Sign

  1. The dollar sign or peso sign ($) is a symbol primarily used to indicate a unit of currency. (Web site)
  2. The ISO 4217 code of the escudo was PTE. Its symbol was the cifrão, similar to the dollar sign. (Web site)
  3. Type Glossary A-Z The entry on currency symbols also claims that the dollar sign is derived from an old symbol for the shilling. (Web site)

Religious Symbol

  1. Where it does exist, it is not portrayed as an explicitly religious symbol and is often purely decorative or, at most, a symbol of good luck.
  2. Today, the swastika is used primarily as a religious symbol by Hindus, but it also appears in Buddhism and Jainism.
  3. I'll let you form your own opinion of the appropriateness of putting a religious symbol where people will walk on it and combining it with a dollar sign. (Web site)

Quantity

  1. A subscript is only set in italic type if it consists of a symbol for a quantity or a variable.
  2. The mathematical symbol for each quantity is meaningful as well. (Web site)

Si Unit

  1. Symbol: lm -- The SI unit of luminous flux, equal to the luminous flux emitted by a point source of one candela in a solid angle of one steradian. (Web site)
  2. It is important to note that the kilogram is the only SI unit with a prefix as part of its name and symbol. (Web site)

Word

  1. The symbol for the shilling was "s" — not from the first letter of the word, but rather from the Latin word solidus.
  2. In order to keep them straight, each has a name tagged on the end of the word "standard error" and a subscript on the symbol. (Web site)
  3. The ichthys symbol has been re-adopted by modern Christians as a badge, often with the word "JESUS" in the center of the symbol.

Copyright Symbol

  1. A notice of copyright consists of the copyright symbol or the word "copyright," plus the first year of publication and the name of the copyright owner.
  2. A symbol commonly associated with copyleft is a reversal of the copyright symbol, facing the other way; the opening of the C points left rather than right. (Web site)
  3. People need to understand the copyright symbol is not a requirement.

Meaning

  1. The principal belief in Sikhism is faith in Vāhigurū — represented by the sacred symbol of ēk ōaṅkār [meaning one god]. (Web site)
  2. Though it resembles the alchemical symbol for mercury, its meaning remains a mystery.
  3. Dating back to Europe as far as 8000 years ago, the pentagram is a symbol fraught with mystery, intrigue, and meaning.

Symbols

  1. Additionally, one of the symbols most commonly associated with Ireland - and the symbol used as Guinness's logo - is called the "Brian Boru Harp". (Web site)
  2. Also referred to as 2B+D. Baud Rate of data transmission based on the number of symbols transmitted per second; see Symbol. (Web site)
  3. The name of the symbol is an unattested modern invention used to describe the image and was not used contemporaneously when the symbols were carved.

Crescent

  1. The city of Byzantium (Constantinople, modern Istanbul) was dedicated to Diana, goddess of the hunt, and the crescent was the symbol of Diana. (Web site)
  2. There is no basis in shareeah for taking the crescent or star as a symbol of the Muslims. (Web site)
  3. The Crescent and Star: This symbol is a powerful love talisman that also symbolizes sexuality, wisdom and well being.

Emblem

  1. The symbol in the centre of the "Hi-no-maru" (the Japanese national flag) is the state "Mon" or emblem. (Web site)
  2. Unlike other Caesarian legions, which had the bull as their emblem, the symbol of the thirteenth, twin legion was a lion. (Web site)
  3. An ensign is a distinguishing flag of a ship or a military unit; or a distinguishing token, emblem, or badge, such as a symbol of office. (Web site)

Levi-Civita Symbol

  1. Sometimes people define a version of the Levi-Civita symbol with upper indices,, whose components are numerically equal to the symbol with lower indices. (Web site)
  2. The Levi-Civita symbol, also called the permutation symbol or antisymmetric symbol, is a mathematical symbol used in particular in tensor calculus.
  3. But since the Levi-Civita symbol is antisymmetric, the quantity is zero.

Sun

  1. Within Kepler's religious view of the cosmos, the Sun (a symbol of God the Father) was the source of motive force in the solar system. (Web site)
  2. The ouroboros originated in Egypt as a symbol of the sun, and represented the travels of the sun disk.
  3. In Zoroastrianism, light is the great symbol of God and Goodness, whether in the light of the sun or in the sacred fire. (Web site)

Solar Symbol

  1. As a solar symbol, the swastika is properly thought of as spinning, and the Buddhists have always believed the symbol attracted luck. (Web site)
  2. A solar symbol is a symbol which symbolises the sun.
  3. It is the symbol of triplicity in unity, one of the basis of the Celtic religion, and probably originally a solar symbol.

Crossbones

  1. As in most battles, whether sanctioned by the state or not, the skull and crossbones was a symbol, not only of death, but fearlessness in the face of it.
  2. In Unicode, the "skull and crossbones" symbol is U+2620 (☠). (Web site)
  3. The skull and crossbones, a common symbol for poison. (Web site)

Common Symbol

  1. Today, the swastika is a common symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, among others.
  2. Dharma-chakra is a common symbol in Jainism and Buddhism.
  3. Medicine Portal The caduceus is a common symbol for medicine.

Fleur-De-Lis

  1. The original use of the fleur-de-lis as an emblem was repugnant to some pacifist organizations who thought it a symbol of war. (Web site)
  2. World Scouting Emblem - History of the white fleur-de-lis on royal purple as a symbol of worldwide Scouting.

International Symbol

  1. This symbol eventually became the fleur-de-lis, the international symbol of scouting.
  2. The badge's logo was similar to the fleur-de-lis that Scouting later adopted as its international symbol.
  3. Thus, the hammer and sickle has become the international symbol of nearly all communists, regardless of orientation.

Faravahar

  1. The Faravahar, or Fravashi, was the symbol of the holy light of Glory (khvarenah) surrounding ancient Persian kings, heroes, and saints.

Iconic Symbol

  1. The uniquely shaped symbol subsequently became a very popular ornament during the Viking Age and has since become an iconic symbol of Germanic paganism. (Web site)
  2. Today, besides the faravahar this is the most iconic symbol of Zoroastrianism. (Web site)
  3. Jennifer Beals is the iconic symbol of the 1980s -- big hair, leg warmers and a feline body, star of Flashdance.

Ancient Symbol

  1. The wheel of life, or "samsara", is an ancient symbol that has the same meaning in Buddhism and Hinduism.
  2. Cardinals place a scarlet galero with thirty tassels, the ancient symbol of their office, above their coat of arms.
  3. The racist people of today further degrade the meaning of the ancient symbol by spray painting the swastika on people houses, cars, and even schools. (Web site)

Caduceus

  1. The caduceus is often also used as a symbol for medicine or doctors, in place of the rod of Asclepius which is the usual symbol of medical professions.
  2. The caduceus is a symbol of commerce and is associated with the Greek god Hermes.
  3. Early confusion between the symbols almost certainly arose due to the links between alchemy and Hermes, whose symbol is the caduceus.

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