Symbol Portal

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A symbol, in its basic sense, is a conventional representation of a concept or quantity; i.e., an idea, object, concept, quality, etc. In more psychological and philosophical terms, all concepts are symbolic in nature, and representations for these concepts are simply token artifacts that are allegorical to (but do not directly codify) a symbolic meaning, or symbolism.

Spoken language, for example, consists of distinct auditory tokens for representing symbolic concepts (words), arranged in an order which further suggests their meaning.

Greek Big

Symbol HTML code
Α Α
Β Β
Γ Γ
Δ Δ
Ε Ε
Ζ Ζ
Η Η
Θ Θ
Ι Ι
Κ Κ
Λ Λ
Μ Μ
Ν Ν
Ξ Ξ
Ο Ο
Π Π
Ρ Ρ
Σ Σ
Τ Τ
Υ Υ
Φ Φ
Χ Χ
Ψ Ψ
Ω Ω

Greek Small

Symbol HTML code
α α
β β
γ γ
δ δ
ε ε
ζ ζ
η η
θ θ
ι ι
κ κ
λ λ
μ μ
ν ν
ξ ξ
ο ο
π π
ρ ρ
ς ς
σ σ
τ τ
υ υ
φ φ
χ χ
ψ ψ
ω ω
ϑ ϑ
ϒ ϒ
ϖ ϖ

Mathematical

Symbol HTML code
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
∀
∅
∃
∂
∇
∈
∑
∋
∉
∏
∨
−
∗
√
∝
∩
≠
∠
∞
∧
∫
% %
˜ ˜
∼
≅
≈
⊂
≡
∪
¼ ¼
≤
⊃
⊗
⊄
⊇
⊕
∴
· ·
= =
≥
½ ½
+ +
/ /
‰
~ ~
µ µ
–
² ²
⊆
÷ ÷
^ ^
⊥
* *
± ±
•
³ ³
ˆ ˆ
‡
° °
¹ ¹
× ×
¾ ¾
 
º º
ª ª
¬ ¬
&134;
ƒ ƒ
⋅

Bracket

Symbol HTML code
< &#60;
« &#171;
{ &#123;
&#139;
( &#40;
[ &#91;
} &#125;
) &#41;
» &#187;
&#155;
> &#62;
] &#93;

Cards

Symbol HTML code
&spades;
&diams;
&hearts;
&clubs;

Uppercase

Symbol HTML code
À &#192;
Á &#193;
 &#194;
à &#195;
Ä &#196;
Å &#197;
C &#67;
Ç &#199;
È &#200;
É &#201;
Ê &#202;
Ë &#203;
Ì &#204;
Í &#205;
Î &#206;
Ï &#207;
Ñ &#209;
Ò &#210;
Ó &#211;
Ô &#212;
Õ &#213;
Ö &#214;
Ø &#216;
Š &#238;
Ù &#217;
Ú &#218;
Û &#219;
Ü &#220;
Ý &#221;
Ÿ &#159;

Lowercase

Symbol HTML code
à &#224;
á &#225;
â &#226;
ã &#227;
ä &#228;
å &#229;
ç &#231;
è &#232;
é &#233;
ê &#234;
ë &#235;
ì &#236;
í &#237;
î &#238;
ï &#239;
j &#106;
ñ &#241;
ò &#242;
ó &#243;
ô &#244;
õ &#245;
ö &#246;
ø &#248;
š &#154;
ù &#249;
ú &#250;
û &#251;
ü &#252;
ý &#253;
ÿ &#255;

Punctuation

Symbol HTML code
˜ &#152;
ˆ &#136;
, &#44;
~ &#126;
! &#33;
` &#96;
. &#46;
: &#58;
¿ &#191;
? &#63;
´ &#180;
; &#59;
¡ &#161;
¨ &#168;
^ &#94;
¸ &#184;
&#45;
° &#176;

Quotation

&#quot;
&#39;
« &#laquo;
&#155;
&#130;
` &#96;
&#145;
&#148;
&#132;
» &#raquo;
´ &#180;
&#146;
&#147;
&#139;

Lines

| &#124;
&#45;
\ &#92;
&#150;
¦ &#166;
&#173;
&#151;
/ &#47;
¯ &#175;
_ &#95;

Currency

£ &#163;
&#8364;
¤ &#164;
¥ &#165;
$ &#36;
ƒ &#131;
¢ &#162;

Remaining

# &#35;
&#153;
§ &#167;
® &#174;
@ &#64;
© &#169;

Human beings’ ability to manipulate symbols allows them to explore the relationships between ideas, things, concepts, and qualities – far beyond the explorations of which any other species on earth is capable. The discipline of semiotics studies symbols and symbol systems in general; semantics is specifically concerned with the main meaning of words or other linguistic units.

Literary works are often admired for their artful use of symbolism, i.e. the use of words, phrases and situations to evoke ideas and feelings beyond their plain interpretations; these uses are the subject of literary semiotics. Religious and metaphysical writings are also known for their use of esoteric symbolism. Alchemical writings made extensive use of symbols for spiritual and chemical processes (which they also saw as symbols of each other). The interpretation of dreams as symbols of one’s experiences is a main feature of Freudian psychoanalysis and Jungian analytical psychology.

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