[ahy-kon-uh-klast] /aɪˈkɒn əˌklæst/
a person who attacks cherished beliefs, traditional institutions, etc., as being based on error or superstition.
a breaker or destroyer of images, especially those set up for religious veneration.
a person who attacks established or traditional concepts, principles, laws, etc
“breaker or destroyer of images,” 1590s, from French iconoclaste and directly from Medieval Latin iconoclastes, from Late Greek eikonoklastes, from eikon (genitive eikonos) “image” + klastes “breaker,” from klas- past tense stem of klan “to break” (see clastic). Originally those in the Eastern Church in 8c. and 9c. whose mobs of followers destroyed icons and other religious objects on the grounds that they were idols. Applied to 16c.-17c. Protestants in Netherlands who vandalized former Catholic churches on similar grounds. Extended sense of “one who attacks orthodox beliefs or institutions” is first attested 1842.
noun 1. a camp or base in an isolated part of the Arctic or Antarctic, manned by specialists to monitor the weather, geological formations, wildlife, etc. noun 1. a scientific research station in polar regions, where ice movement, weather, and environmental conditions are monitored
[ahy-kon-uh-graf-ik] /aɪˌkɒn əˈgræf ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to iconography.
[ahy-kuh-nog-ruh-fee] /ˌaɪ kəˈnɒg rə fi/ noun, plural iconographies. 1. symbolic representation, especially the conventional meanings attached to an image or images. 2. subject matter in the visual arts, especially with reference to the conventions regarding the treatment of a subject in artistic representation. 3. the study or analysis of subject matter and its meaning in […]
[ahy-kuh-nol-uh-tree] /ˌaɪ kəˈnɒl ə tri/ noun 1. the worship or adoration of icons. /ˌaɪkɒˈnɒlətrɪ/ noun 1. the worship or adoration of icons as idols