- Latin pictus, past participle of pingere, to paint; see pictograph + -gram. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Next in our study of early forms of symbolic language are pictographs and ideographs (used interchangeably with the terms pictogram and ideogram).”
“Ed Sherwood talks about a non-manmade 'pictogram' discovered at Laguna Canyon in California in”
“Ed Sherwood talks about a non-manmade 'pictogram' discovered at Laguna Canyon in California in 1996, including biophysical evidence that could be explained by plant exposure to a frequency of sound, and other anomalies consistent with many non-manmade Crop Circle formations that have been reported worldwide.”
“And wwwww adequately imitated, in the manner of a newly devised pictogram, the up-and-down body motions of the laughing person.”
“Right now there are over 400 green certification systems vying for the attention of earth-conscious consumers, so if you have trouble remembering what each little pictogram stands for, you are not alone.”
“Some of the signs contained a pictogram of a railway, and she was able to follow these to a ticket counter.”
“The BBC News reported that the novel is “believed to focus on freemasonry, with the lost symbol of the title a reference to a ciphered pictogram in an ancient book called The Key of Solomon.””
“A year before Danish painter Asger Jorn founded the Cobra art group an acronym for Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam in 1948, he published a manifesto proclaiming a return to the basics of art, accompanied by a reproduction of Paul Klee's pictogram "The Snake Goddess and Her Foe.”
“They had written two names with the pictogram of a heart between them.”
“Where once we had a URL, we now have a pictogram that we push with our finger.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘pictogram’.
Or the pictures. Or the ads. You get the idea. :-)
Work-related words.. It can have anything to do with human anatomy, linguistics, academic social structures, or archaeological artefacts.
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