[pik-tuh-gram] /ˈpɪk təˌgræm/
another word for pictograph
1910, from stem of Latin pictus “painted,” past participle of pingere “to paint” (see paint (v.)) + -gram.
(Or “pictograph”) A symbol which is a picture that represents an object or concept, e.g. a picture of an envelope used to represent an e-mail message.
Pictograms are common in everyday life, e.g. signs in public places or roads, whereas the term “icon” is specific to interfaces on computers or other electronic devices.
[pik-tuh-graf, -grahf] /ˈpɪk təˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/ noun 1. a pictorial sign or symbol. 2. a record consisting of pictorial symbols, as a prehistoric cave drawing or a graph or chart with symbolic figures representing a certain number of people, cars, factories, etc. /ˈpɪktəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf/ noun 1. a picture or symbol standing for a word or group […]
[pik-tog-ruh-fee] /pɪkˈtɒg rə fi/ noun 1. the use of pictographs; picture writing.
[pik-ter] /ˈpɪk tər/ noun, genitive Pictores [pik-tawr-is, -tohr-] /pɪkˈtɔr ɪs, -ˈtoʊr-/ (Show IPA). Astronomy. 1. the Painter, a southern constellation between Dorado and Carina. /ˈpɪktə/ noun (Latin genitive) Pictoris (pɪkˈtɔːrɪs) 1. a faint constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Dorado and Carina
[pik-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-ee-uh l] /pɪkˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr i əl/ adjective 1. pertaining to, expressed in, or of the nature of a picture. 2. illustrated by or containing pictures: a pictorial history. 3. of or relating to the art of painting and drawing pictures, the pictures themselves, or their makers: the pictorial masterpieces of the […]