Symbol meaning

early 15c., "creed, summary, religious belief," from Late Latin symbolum "creed, token, mark," from Greek symbolon "token, watchword, sign by which one infers; ticket, a permit, licence" (the word was applied by Cyprian of Carthage to the Apostles' Creed, on the notion of the "mark" that distinguishes Christians from pagans), literally "that which is thrown or cast together," from assimilated form of syn- "together" (see syn- ) + bole "a throwing, a casting, the stroke of a missile, bolt, beam," from bol- , nominative stem of ballein "to throw" (from PIE root *gwele- "to throw, reach").

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