Definition of Ikons

1. Noun. (plural of ikon) ¹



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Definition of Ikons

1. ikon [n] - See also: ikon

Ikons Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ikons

ijtihad
ijtihads
ik
ikaite
ikan
ikans
ikat
ikats
ikebana
ikebanas
ikey
ikkat
ikkats
ikon
ikonic
ikons (current term)
ikota
ikra
ikranite
ikunolite
il-
il. col.
ilala
ilalas
ilama
ilama tree
iland
ilang-ilang
ilang-ilangs
ilarvirus

Literary usage of Ikons

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1. Arts of the World: Comparative Art Studies by Edwin Swift Balch (1920)
"A curious phase of Russian art are the ikons which were still being painted in Petrograd, Moscow and Nijni Novgorod up to the end of the Romanoff ..."

2. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1914)
"My thoughts ikons. I. Are little, silver fishes jumping in a row, Little fishes leaping upon a black cloth With a shark behind them. ..."

3. Among Horses in Russia by Matthew Horace Hayes (1900)
"Russian churches are very Oriental in appearance and greatly reminded me of Indian and Egyptian mosques, except that ikons (sacred pictures) are an ..."

4. Russia, Travels and Studies by Annette M. B. Meakin (1906)
"... of St. Elias—The Demidoff Lyceum—Its director—Historical ground—Dutch weavers—Ancient ikons— Paying toll—First theatre in Russia—Sketch of the founder's ..."

5. Others, an Anthology of the New Verse by Alfred Kreymborg (1916)
"I broke a savage bitch ikons 1 who has two tails. I named her ' Beauty ' from a beast in Mythology. We cannot live in the houses of other men, ..."

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