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a.1.Pertaining to a symbology; versed in, or characterized by, symbology.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He further details the importance of symbological, ritual, and iconographical associations between these various deities.
Without the explanations following each of the translations--the utility of which cannot be overstated--the songs themselves are, in their unsounded depictions in text, fragmentary, revealing the symbological complexities of rain, corn, and other elemental properties, image by image.
(9) As with socialist realist literature, studies, where not simply archaeological or descriptive, frequently took a symbological or iconological perspective, with little emphasis placed on the "realist" side of the sotsrealizm equation.
"Juan Ramon Jimenez and the World Tree: a Symbological Analysis of Mysticism in the Poetry of Juan Ramon Jimenez." Revista Hispdnica Moderna 35 (1969): 306-22.
Fogleman mines an impressive variety of neglected symbological genres to support this interpretation, but his readings are forced and inaccurate in a number of cases.
Ideological, dialogical, metalogical, symbological, the logical,