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symbolics

See also: symbolic

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EtymologyEdit

From French symbolique or Latin symbolicus, from Ancient Greek συμβολικός (symbolikos) "of or belonging to a symbol".

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NounEdit

symbolics

  1. The study of ancient symbols;
  2. (theology) The study of that branch of historic theology which treats of creeds and confessions of faith;
  3. Symbolism;
  4. also called symbolic.

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