Tag Archives: Greek symbols

Euro (€) Teken

Euro (€)

The euro sign is the symbol that stands for the currency euro. The symbols design is based on the letter epsilon from the greek alphabet and has similarities with the first letter of the word europa. The two parallel lines represent the stability of the euro. The sign is designed by Jean-Pierre Malivoir. Lees meer »
Symbool Tweeling


This symbol for Gemini is being used in Astrology as well as in Astronomy. In Astrology Leo is part of the Zodiac which originates from the time that people started to have the need to predict. The sign is probably the Roman number 2 (II or just two ones) with a slightly changed design. Another story ... Lees meer »
Symbool Hathor


This symbol represents the Egyptian goddess Hathor. Hathor was among others the goddess of love, music and beauty. The sign can be explained as the head of a cow with horns and between the horns the sun (or moon). The symbol can be explained as the horns of a cow with the sun (or moon) between them, ... Lees meer »
Symbool Weegschaal


The symbol for Libra is used in Astrology as well as Astronomy. Libra is part of the Zodiac which originates from the time that people started to have the need to prodict. All Zodiac symbols originate from the different constellations. Thus Libra originates form the interpretation of the constellation ... Lees meer »
Symbool Pi Wiskunde

Pi (Wiskunde)

The symbol pi is especially known and used in mathematics. In mathematics it symbolizes the value pi that indicates the ratio between its circumference and its diameter. The value pi cannot be expressed as a number or a fraction. The number of decimals seems neverending. The value can only be approached. ... Lees meer »
Symbool Sigma


Sigma is the 18th letter of the greek alphabet. As symbol sigma is for example applied in mathematics to indicate the sum of similar terms. In Physics lowercase sigma indicates Surface charge  (for example surface charge in a liquid) in a material.  Lees meer »
Symbool Triskel


This symbol is a Triskele of Triskelion. Triskelion is Greek for three-legged, which you could make of this sign with a little fantasy. There are different stories about the origin of this sign, but the most probable origin is Celtic. The symbol is usually associoted width the Celtic culture, where ... Lees meer »
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