[ahy-kon-ik] /aɪˈkɒn ɪk/
of, relating to, or characteristic of an .
Art. (of statues, portraits, etc.) executed according to a convention or tradition.
relating to, resembling, or having the character of an icon
(of memorial sculptures, esp those depicting athletes of ancient Greece) having a fixed conventional style
1650s, from Late Latin iconicus, from Greek eikonikos “pertaining to an image,” from eikon (see icon).
- Iconic memory
noun 1. (psychol) the temporary persistence of visual impressions after the stimulus has been removed Compare echoic memory
1990-1992. Visual dataflow language, token-based with hierarchical, recursive and iterative constructs. Version: IDF with extensions for image processing. [“IDF: A Graphical Data Flow Programming Language for Image Processing and Computer Vision”, Neil Hunt, Proc IEEE Conf on Systems Man & Cybernetics, IEEE, Nov 1990. Available from Iconicon ].
verb in computing, to make into an icon; to reduce to the size of an icon; also called iconize Examples Mozilla iconifies websites for Favorites. Word Origin 1986 Usage Note computing
[ahy-koh-nee-uh m] /aɪˈkoʊ ni əm/ noun 1. ancient name of . /aɪˈkəʊnɪəm/ noun 1. the ancient name for Konya the capital of ancient Lycaonia. It was first visited by Paul and Barnabas from Antioch-in-Pisidia during the apostle’s first missionary journey (Acts 13:50, 51). Here they were persecuted by the Jews, and being driven from the […]