Synonyms for Emblem:


symbolism. substitute. badge (noun)
talisman, ermine, baton, regalia, tiara, pall, ring, signet, seal, pin, tartan, crown, coronet, orb, staff, wand, scepter, uniform, mantle, mortarboard.
crest (noun)
design, device, hallmark, medal, standard, colophon, flag, symbol, token, badge, scepter, impress, motto, reminder, logo, monogram, pennant, memento, mark, brand, seal, insignia, identification, regalia, coat of arms, character, miniature, sign, marker, representation, colors, arms, banner.
emblem (noun)
ensign (noun)
coat of arms.
indication (noun)
gesticulation, designation, figuration, icon, banner, signal, crest, notation, key, lighthouse, hint, logotype, pointer, logo, ticket, legend, indication, wink, beacon, stamp, signpost, flag, symbol, insignia, denotation, brand, alert, gesture, cue, tag, wave, guidepost, prompt, token, marker, label, semaphore, motion, sign.
ornament (noun)
tinsel, decoration, adornment, frill, trimming, finery, garnish, gingerbread, gewgaw, flourish, trim, button, badge, filling, ornament, foofaraw, gaudiness, Emblazonment, embroidery, enrichment.
symbol (noun)
colophon, mark, pennant, memento, medal, souvenir, monogram, device, hallmark, reminder, representation, character, standard, coat of arms, impress, keepsake, design, ensign, colors, motto, miniature, arms, identification, effigy.
trademark (noun)
written symbol (noun)

Other synonyms:

ensign, symbolism. character, device. representation. banner
coat of arms.
Other relevant words:
device, standard, memento, ensign, hallmark, impress, coat of arms, keepsake, representation, monogram, identification, effigy, mark, pennant, character, motto, colors, substitute, reminder, allegory, design, miniature, symbolism, medal, arms, colophon, souvenir.

Usage examples for emblem

  1. The Bible is an emblem of Odd- Fellowship, because it is the Odd- Fellows' text- book. – The Jericho Road by W. Bion Adkins
  2. Long may its green branch wave; In native strength sublime and free, Meet emblem for the brave. – Roughing it in the Bush by Susanna Moodie
  3. Every architectural element, every most fantastic emblem it embodied, was associated, for them, with some cherished feature of their religion. – The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 17 by Charles Francis Horne