A decorative element or graphic device for listing items or for decoration on a page.
Special character which is not a letter, such as the pointing hand. Authors of fiction should not feel entitled to call upon these characters as a matter of course.
Term for a typographical character shape that is not part of the alphabet. Most dingbats are pictograms, and are usually grouped into a single font set by a theme — tiny pictures of telephones, envelopes, hands, cars and the like used in the tourist industry. Others are more abstract symbols — check marks, crosses, cartographic symbols, the emblems of the suits of playing cards, and so on.
A decorative character.
a decorative element available in font format
a font - only it has pictures instead of letters
a font which displays pictures when certain keys are pressed)
a little lateral thinking word puzzle, where a word, phrase or name (in this case the names of famous Bible characters) is encoded in a cryptic visual clue
an ornament or spacer used in typesetting Typesetting involves the presentation of textual material in an aesthetic form on paper or some other media
a typographic ornament or graphic
A small character ornament, such as a star or bullet.
An assortment of ornaments designed for a lettering style, used for decoration or separating text phrases or paragraphs. Also known as flourishes or symbols.
Typographical symbols and ornaments (such as bullets, arrows, check marks, etc.) used as design elements or for emphasis.
A typographical ornament usually used for design emphasis within text, e.g. bullets , arrows , check marks
Type faces that consist of symbol characters such as decorations, arrows and bullets. Also known as Pi characters.
A special symbol not a part of any particular typeface, including arrows, mathematical signs such as square root, and bullets.
a typographical symbol or ornament
Any typographical devise used for ornamentation.
An ornamental character such as a bullet, star, or flower used by printers to decorate a page.
Ornaments used to embellish printed text.
Typographic decorative device, such as a star or heart.
output: A traditional printer's term for ornamental characters like stars, bullets, little boxes, hearts, diamonds, tiny flowers and snowflakes. The Zapf Dingbats font (designed by famous German typographer Hermann Zapf) is built into most PostScript LaserWriters.
A dingbat is an ornament or spacer used in typesetting, sometimes more formally known as a "printer's ornament". The term supposedly originated as onomatopoeia in old style metal-type print shops, where extra space around text or illustrations would be filled by "ding"ing an ornament into the space then "bat"ing tight to be ready for inking.