A symbol drawn to represent a picture or a type of graph that uses a picture instead of a number.
Graphic symbol which represents an object via graphic-visual similarity in order to convey either its meaning or the sound of its name. See also phonogram.
Any ancient rock painting. Pictograms, unlike petroglyphs, are painted rather than scratched onto the surface.
Written pictures of words or their sounds. Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and modern Chinese characters are examples of pictographic script.
a particular form of representation of data. Suitable pictures/symbols/icons are used to represent objects. For large numbers one symbol may represent a number of objects; a part symbol then represents a rough proportion of the number.
an actual representation of the item it represents
a symbol that is used to cross language barriers for international signage
a picture that represents a word.
A pictorial symbol commonly found in environmental graphics and regulatory (traffic) signs.
A pictorial symbol commonly found in safety, regulatory, and environmental graphics. Examples of common pictograms are: No smoking (a cigarette in a circle with a diagonal line through it) and Attention (an exclamation point inside of a triangle.)
(pictograph) A graph that uses pictures to show and compare information. (H)
A pictogram (also spelled "pictogramme") or pictograph is a symbol representing a concept, object, activity, place or event by illustration. Pictography is a form of writing whereby ideas are transmitted through drawing.