Pictograph

an image that is painted or drawn on to a surface; it may also reference a form of symbolic imagery used as a mnemonic device that is usually not phonetic but is representational pitted boulder
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Pictograph

• (n.) A picture or hieroglyph representing and expressing an idea.
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pictograph

noun a graphic character used in picture writing
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Pictograph

Pic'to·graph noun [ See Picture , and -graph .] A picture or hieroglyph representing and expressing an idea. -- Pic`to*graph'ic adjective
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pictograph

a graphic character used in picture writing
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pictograph

pictography, pictograph 1. The use of pictorial symbols to communicate; picture writing with symbols that may be either ideographic or phonetic in function. 2. A picture representing a word or idea; a hieroglyph. 3. A record in hieroglyphic symbols. 4. A pictorial representation of numerical data or relationships, especially a graph, but having e...
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pictograph

Type: Term Pronunciation: pik′tō-graf Definitions: 1. A vision test chart for illiterates.
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pictograph

[n] - a graphic character used in picture writing
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