A representative symbol, such as a trademark or logo. (noun)
Something which represents a larger whole. (noun)
Examples of word emblem
Lastly, her emblem is the Sistrum, and the sound of the Sistrum, according to Plutarch, was supposed to terrify and expel Typhon (the evil principle); just as in mediÃ¦val times the ringing of church-bells was supposed to scare Beelzebub and his crew.
A school's emblem is featured in the letterhead - and even on the card - and students are urged to activate their accounts quickly.
It may create an impression that the Red Cross emblem is part of the public domain.
Most of the land masses and the overwhelming majority of the people of the world are in the Northern hemisphere-a fact recognized by the United Nations, whose emblem is a view of the Northern hemisphere seen as if you were looking straight down on it from the stratosphere.
The Fascist emblem is a bundle of sticks bound together with an axe extending from the end denoting authority.