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fav·i·con

 (făv′ĭ-kŏn′, fāv′ī-kŏn′)
n.
A symbol or graphic associated with a website.

[fav(orite) + icon.]

favicon

(ˈfævɪˌkɒn)
n
a 16 x 16-pixel icon associated with a particular website, usually displayed before the URL in a web browser
[C21: from fav(ourite) + icon]

favicon

A small graphic icon that appears before the URL of a website in the address bar of most web browsers.
Translations
Favicon
파비콘
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