|DOT CLUB SYMBOL (.club) proposed by openInvent for ANSI|
DOT CLUB SYMBOL (.club) proposed by openInvent see tiny.cc/openInvent1 for other webtails proposed for ANSI standardization
|DOT COM SYMBOL (.com) proposed by openInvent|
DOT COM SYMBOL (.com) proposed by openInvent see tiny.cc/openInvent1
|DOT INFO SYMBOL (.info) proposed by openInvent for ANSI standardization|
DOT INFO SYMBOL (.info) proposed by openInvent see tiny.cc/openInvent1 for ANSI standardization
|DOT ORG SYMBOL (.org) proposed by openInvent for ANSI standardization|
DOT ORG SYMBOL (.org) proposed by openInvent for ANSI standardization note the similarity to the SUN symbol
|Dotted bar line (or barline)|
Subdivides long measures of complex meter into shorter segments for ease of reading, usually according to natural rhythmic subdivisions.
Double bend - China
|Double bar line (or barline)|
Used to separate two sections of music. Also used at changes in key signature, time signature or major changes in style or tempo.
Double bend - Ireland
Double bend - Poland
Double bend - Italy, Turkey, and Latvia
Double bend - U.K.
The form of this symbol can vary slightly from case to case, but wherever it is seen, the meaning is always the same.
|Double whoe rest of breve rest|
The double whole rest (or breve rest), which usually denotes a silence for the same duration. Double whole rests are drawn as filled-in rectangles occupying the whole vertical space between the secon…
|Double whole note or breve|
In music, a double whole note (American) or breve (international) is a note lasting twice as long as a whole note (or semibreve).
Chinese characters representing "Dòufu", which can be translated as either 'Tofu' or 'Bean curd'.
|Doughnut (Samsung One UI 1.5)|
With its pure white feathers, softly rounded body and gentle demeanor, the dove is one of the most ubiquitous symbols of peace, innocence and purity. On the other hand, the dove’s symbolism is consid…
|Dove (Apple iOS 12.2)|
|Dove and Olive Branch|
The dove and olive branch was used by early Christians and became current in the 18th century. It was popularized by the artist Pablo Picasso in 1949 and became widely used in the post-war peace move…