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ideogram

An expression of an idea in a graphic element. From the Greek "idea" + "write." See icon and emoticon.
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(12) This is the stuff of childrens' rhyming classics such as the 'Three Ideogram Classic' and the 'Rules for Pupil and Child' which are again widely used, but they are also reflected in newly produced childrens' schoolbooks.
The former displays emojis and ideograms, while the latter shows standard text.
vinifera presented some similarities with some American wild grapes studied by means of chromosome data and ideograms, mainly regarding V labrusca with which it displayed a narrow affinity.
My views are presented in "On the Nature of the Hieroglyphic Script," Zeitschrift fur agyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 121 (1994): 17-36, and in "Champollion's Ideogram and Saussure's signe linguistique," Orientalia 64 (1995): 1-11, applied in Fundamentals of Egyptian Grammar, I (Norton, Mass., 1999; reprint, 2012), and summarized in "Egypt, ancient: scripts," in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Edition (2006), 85-86.
There is plenty in this welcome reissue to spark interest in different countries, cultures and languages, from transliterations of the aboriginal languages of New Zealand and Australia to the reproduction of the Cyrillic script of Russian, as well as Chinese ideograms. Above all, the wealth of funny, thoughtful, sleep-inducing (lullabies!) and philosophical verse in the collection make it a precious resource that deserves to become a standard of poetry-reading sessions at home or school.
According to CNN anchorwoman Carol Costello, the jihadists have secret weapons: Nutella chocolate spread, kittens, and emoji computer ideograms.
Learning to read and write those 20,000 little painted ideograms is a different ball game.
This article will mainly use Ezra Pound's representation of "a Chinese landscape painting" in his "Canto XLIX," together with his ideograms and hieroglyphs as visual images, to reexamine the ekphrastic principle of "stillness," which can be considered as an extension of Krieger's notion of "still movement."
The Chams, an Austronesian group, adopted Indic, not Sinicised, cultural traits, including Sanskrit, because China 'had imperialistic desires incompatible with the independent spirit of the Chams' and 'the Chams saw in India, social and political structures to which they could relate; they were, thus, seduced by a script which could also be used to record their own language, something that was not possible using Chinese ideograms' (p.
Carved on a stalactite in a high marine cave that opens to the Caribbean Sea, these ideograms are associated to the Taino culture.
"Drones: Protection When You Least Expect It," read the slogan below simple ideograms of families running from unmanned aerial vehicles.