Origin of ideogram
Examples from the Web for ideogram
Historical Examples of ideogram
An-na, ideogram for the god of heaven, plus phonetic complement.
The ideogram does not represent a word; it represents an idea.Books Before Typography
Frederick W. Hamilton
The idea conveyed by what we call the conjunction "and" is expressed in Chinese by an ideogram, viz.China and the Chinese
Herbert Allen Giles
The common Sumerian ideogram for the name of the Tigris is al-al, an intensified form of al, which means “running” or “rushing”.
"The ideogram for one, consisting of a single horizontal stroke, separates (and simultaneously unites) heaven and earth" (p. 5).The Civilization of Illiteracy