An elevator (or lift in the Commonwealth excluding Canada) is a type of vertical transport equipment that efficiently moves people or goods between floors (levels, decks) of a building, vessel or oth…
Ellipsis (plural ellipses; from the Ancient Greek: ἔλλειψις, élleipsis, "omission" or "falling short") is a series of dots that usually indicate an intentional omission of a word, sentence …
The Elven Star or the 7 pointed star has many different uses. One is to keep secrets safe from prying eyes of other magicians.
|Ember Dragon egg|
Icon used to indicate an Ember Dragon egg in the game DragonVale.
|Emblem of Afghanistan|
The national emblem of Afghanistan has appeared in some form on the flag of Afghanistan since the inception of that nation.
|Emblem of Algeria|
The national emblem of Algeria (Arabic: شعار الجزائر الوطني) is the seal used by the government, as other states use coats of arms.
|Emblem of Angola|
The emblem of Angola reflects the recent past of the new nation. There is heavy Marxist imagery found on the device, expanded from what is found on the national flag. In the past, Angola has used coa…
|Emblem of Bahrain|
The current coat of arms of Bahrain is a coat of arms that was originally designed in 1932 by Charles Belgrave, the British governor and adviser to the then-Sheik of Bahrain. The design has undergone…
|Emblem of Brunei|
The national emblem of Brunei is featured prominently on the flag of Brunei. It was adopted in 1940.
|Emblem of Djibouti|
The national emblem of Djibouti was introduced after attaining independence from France on 27 June 1977.
|Emblem of Ethiopia|
The Emblem of Ethiopia has been in its current form since 1996. It contains a golden pentagram radiating rays of light on a blue shield. Today the pentagram stands for the unity of the people and the…
|Emblem of Guinea-Bissau|
The national emblem of Guinea-Bissau was adopted shortly after independence from Portugal in 1973. Featured prominently is a black star, that is part of traditional Pan-African symbolism, and is ofte…
|Emblem of India|
The emblem of India is an adaptation of the Lion Capital of Ashoka at Sarnath, preserved in the Sarnath Museum.
|Emblem of Israel|
The Emblem of the State of Israel (Hebrew: סמל מדינת ישראל) shows a menorah surrounded by an olive branch on each side, and the writing "ישראל" (Hebrew for Israel) below it. Most co…
|Emblem of Italy|
The emblem of Italy (Italian: emblema della Repubblica italiana) was formally adopted by the newly formed Italian Republic on 5 May 1948. Although often referred to as a coat of arms (or stemma in It…
|Emblem of Kuwait|
The Emblem of Kuwait (Arabic: شعار الكويت) was adopted in 1962 and it consists of the shield of the flag design in color superimposed on a golden falcon with wings displayed. The falcon …
|Emblem of Kyrgyzstan|
The emblem of Kyrgyzstan was adopted following the dissolution of the Soviet Union on 2 June 1992. The emblem has a circular form which mostly bears the color blue. Light blue is known as the Kyrgyz …
|Emblem of Laos|
The national emblem of Laos shows the national shrine Pha That Luang. A dam is pictured which as a symbol of power generation at the reservoir Nam Ngun, an asphalt street is also pictured, as well as…
|Emblem of Maldives|
The Maldivian National Emblem consists of a coconut palm, a crescent, and two criss-crossing National Flags with the traditional Title of the State.
|Emblem of Mongolia|
The state emblem of Mongolia (Mongolian: Монгол улсын төрийн сүлд, Mongol ulsyn t
|Emblem of Sri Lanka|
The national emblem of Sri Lanka is used by the State of Sri Lanka and the Sri Lankan government in connection with the administration and government of the country. The current emblem has been in us…
|Emblem of Tajikistan|
The State Emblem of Tajikistan is a modified version of the original coat of arms of the Tajik SSR that was in use until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Like other post-Soviet republics …
|Emblem of Thailand|
The national emblem of Thailand (Thai: ตราแผ่นดินของไทย) is called the Phra Khrut Pha (RTGS transcription; พระครุฑพ่าห์; "Garuda as the vehicle…
|Emblem of the Knights of Columbus|
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1882, it was named in honor of the mariner …