Dictionary of Symbols - S

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Dictionary of Symbols beginning with the letter S..A to Z List of Symbols and their meaning..Salmon - Scales - Sceptre - Scissors - Seagull - Sea Horse - Shamrock - Shark...Dictionary of Symbols beginning with the letter S

Symbols can mean different things to different people. A black cat for example is considered good luck in Japan whereas most European countries consider a black cat to be a sign of impending bad luck. Depending on the cultural context, a symbol might have several different meanings.

It is therefore important to consider the culture and religion of a person when trying to establish the symbolism of a particular item, animal, bird, colour, flower or tree!

A useful and comprehensive dictionary of symbols beginning with the letter S. Facts, definitions and worksheets! An easy way to learn about a huge variety of different symbols.

Dictionary of Symbols - Letter S - List of Terms
A useful and comprehensive dictionary of symbols. The following are just a selection of the thousands of symbols used throughout the world. Depending on whether you religious or not, certain symbols will have a deep significance to you.

Dictionary of Symbols - S

Dictionary of Symbols Meaning
Salmon The Salmon is a symbol of courage and perseverance due to its determination to swim back upstream in order to return to its place of birth and breed. The salmon is also associated with death and rebirth
Saturn The planet Saturn is symbolic of order and responsibility. Saturn rules the zodiac signs of Aquarius and Capricorn and is associated with the skin and the skeleton
Scales The scales is a symbol which stands for legal proceedings
Sceptre This is a fortunate sign of distinction and honour
Scissors An unlucky sign of friction between friends; disputing and disagreeableness with married couples; quarrels between lovers; trouble in business
Scorpion The Scorpion is symbolic of of evil, destruction and death. It is also commonly associated with hatred and envy. The ancient Egyptians however worshipped the goddess Selket who appeared in the form of a scorpion
Seagull A sign of storms; if flying, the seagull is thought to symbolise news coming from abroad
Seal of Solomon The seal of Solomon is an alchemical symbol and considered one of the most magical symbols of all time. It contains the alchemical symbols for fire and water and is symbolic of the union of the four elements which are Fire, Water, Air and Earth
Seahorse The seahorse is a symbol of courage and bravery at sea
Sea Urchin The Sea Urchin is seen as a symbol of the world. It is believed that the sea urchin can tell when a storm is approaching as it anchors itself to a rock. It is however also symbolic of a weak creature as it is blind and defenceless
Seaweed This denotes a joy in the past of which only the memory remains
Shamrock A sign of good luck. It is the national emblem of Ireland and its three leaves are said to symbolise the Christian holy trinity, god the father, son and holy spirit
Shark An ominous sign of death
Sleigh The sleigh is symbolic of a spell of cold weather; an interesting event or piece of news to be expected in the winter and also commonly associated with Santa Claus
Slug The slug is symbolic of petty annoyances as well as impending bad weather
Snail This is a sign of infidelity; several snails, that mischief is going on around you of which you are unaware. Some cultures consider the snail to be symbolic of birth and rebirth while other cultures consider the actions of the snail who goes in and out of its shell to be symbolic of the phases of the changing moon
Snake This is an unpleasant sign of treachery, disloyalty, and hidden danger, sometimes caused by those whom you least suspect; if its head is raised, injury by the malice of a man is predicted; it is also an indication of misfortune and illness
Snipe This bird signifies the discovery of a useful fact; if flying, hasty news of a great friend
Snow Melting snow is thought to be a symbol of a heart softening, falling in love
Snowdrops/Snowflake These are a symbol of youth and innocence; this sign may point to some event affecting you and yours. The snowflake is symbolic of truth and is also symbolic of uniqueness as each snowflake itself is unique
Solomon's Seal This plant is a symbol of understanding, devotion, and coming joy
Spider The spider has several meanings. You may expect to receive an inheritance; with other signs, that you will be triumphant in disputed will or money settlement; several spiders foretell profitable transactions, sometimes a heritage of much wealth. In Chinese culture, a spider descending from its web is symbolic of good fortune, the spider moving downwards symbolises good fortune coming down from heaven
Spur This symbol foretells that as the result of endurance and honest labour you will attain to honour
Squirrel This is a sign of contentment and cheerfulness; although you may never be rich you will be loved by those around you and, on the whole, will lead a happy life
Stocks These sweet scented flowers foreshow an unexpected happiness with someone whom you have not seen for a long while
Stork In summer, this bird tells you to beware of robbery or fraud; in winter, prepare for bad weather and a great misfortune; a stork flying predicts that whilst you hesitate in coming to a decision, a profitable chance is lost, the news of which will speedily reach you
Stove This symbol calls attention to the fact that trials and tribulations await you
Sun This promises happiness, health, success in love, prosperity, and the beneficial discovery of secrets. It is symbolic of creation and fathers and also rules the zodiac sign of Leo and is associated with the heart
Sunflower This flower proclaims learning and a satisfactory conclusion in matters which are most interesting to you; it also implies that you may reasonably expect a scheme to work out greatly to your advantage
Swallow A journey with a happy result; if flying, joyful tidings from someone you love; if several swallows are flying, they indicate a journey to a warm climate under very pleasant conditions
Swan This bird is significant of tribulation, troublesome conditions in the home, and sometimes of separation from those whom you love
Swastika The Swastika is the emblem of the Hindu god Vishnu and is symbolic of the wheel of birth and rebirth. In India, the swastika is often worn as a jewellry item and is considered symbolic of well being
Sweet William This flower signifies that happiness in the past has tinged your future with sadness

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