|Clinking Glasses (Samsung One UI 1.5)|
|Cloud awareness ribbon|
Represents congenital diaphragmatic hernia awareness.
|Cloud development not observed|
Cloud development not observed or not observable during past hour (not plotted)
|Clouds generally dissolving|
Clouds generally dissolving or becoming less developed during past hour (not plotted)
|Clouds generally forming|
Clouds generally forming or developing during past hour (not plotted)
A symbol used to represent coal (also known as 'carbo') in 18th century chemistry.
One of eight signature items found in the fourth generation of the Pokémon franchise.
|Coast Guard Command Ashore Insignia|
In the U.S. Coast Guard, the Command Ashore insignia is a gold and silver metal device with a miniature officer cap device superimposed on a wreath of gold oak leaves. The Command Ashore insignia is …
Attended cloakrooms, or coat checks, are staffed rooms where coats and bags can be stored securely. Typically, a ticket is given to the customer, with a corresponding ticket attached to the garment o…
|Coat of arms of Albania|
The coat of arms of Albania is an adaptation of the flag of Albania. It is based on the seal of Gjergj Kastriot Skanderbeg. The emblem above the head of the two-headed eagle is the helmet of Skanderb…
|Coat of Arms of Andorra|
The coat of arms of Andorra has existed for centuries. This coat of arms has been the national coat of arms of Andorra since 1969. Below the shield arms stands Andorra's national motto Virtus Unita F…
|Coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda|
The coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda was designed in 1966 by Gordon Christopher. It was officially introduced on 16 February 1967. The symbolism of the arms is more complex than that found on the …
|Coat of arms of Argentina|
The coat of arms of Argentina (Spanish: Escudo de la República Argentina) was established in its current form in 1944, but has its origins in the seal of the General Constituent Assembly of 1813. It …
|Coat of arms of Armenia|
The national coat of arms of Armenia (Armenian:Հայաստա
|Coat of arms of Australia|
The coat of arms of Australia (formally known as Commonwealth Coat of Arms) is the official symbol of Australia. The initial coat of arms was granted by King Edward VII on 7 May 1908, and the current…
|Coat of arms of Austria|
The current coat of arms of Austria, albeit without the broken chains, has been in use by the Republic of Austria since 1919. Between 1934 and the German annexation in 1938 Austria used a different c…
|Coat of arms of Bahamas|
The Coat of Arms of the Bahamas contains a shield with the national symbols as its focal point.
|Coat of arms of Barbados|
The coat of arms of Barbados was adopted on 14th February, 1966 by decree of Queen Elizabeth II. The Coat of Arms of Barbados was presented by the Queen to the President of the Senate, Sir Grey Massi…
|Coat of arms of Belgium|
The coat of arms of Belgium bears a lion or, known as Leo Belgicus (Latin: the Belgian lion), as its charge.
|Coat of arms of Belize|
The Coat of Arms of Belize was adopted upon independence, and the current coat of arms is only slightly different from that used when Belize was a British colony.
|Coat of arms of Benin|
The coat of arms of Benin, originally introduced in 1964, was readopted in 1990 after being replaced in 1975.
|Coat of arms of Bolivia|
The coat of arms of Bolivia has a central cartouche surrounded by Bolivian flags, muskets, laurel branches, and has an Andean condor on top.
|Coat of arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
The coat of arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina was adopted in 1998, replacing the previous design that had been in use since 1992 when Bosnia and Herzegovina gained independence, and follows the design o…
|Coat of arms of Botswana|
The coat of arms of Botswana was adopted on January 25, 1966. The center shield is supported by two zebras. The shape of the shield is that of traditional shields found in East Africa. On the top por…