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halo a circle of light shining around the head of a god, an angel, or a saint in a picture. [1/2 definitions]
hieroglyphic a picture or symbol that stands for a word or sound; single hieroglyphic symbol. [1/2 definitions]
icon an image or picture of a religious figure which is itself seen as holy by some Christian churches. [1/3 definitions]
idea any thought, belief, picture, or image that is formed in the mind. [1/4 definitions]
illustration a picture or drawing used to explain or decorate a book or other written material. [1/2 definitions]
image a picture or some other likeness of a person or thing. [3/4 definitions]
imagination the act or power of the mind to form a thought, picture, or image of something or someone that is not present to the senses.
imagine to form in the mind a thought, picture, or image of. [1/2 definitions]
jigsaw puzzle a puzzle that is made of a picture that has been cut into many small uneven pieces. The pieces must be put together to form the picture again.
king a playing card with a picture of a king. [1/4 definitions]
landscape a picture that shows a view of an area. [1/3 definitions]
likeness a picture or portrait. [1/2 definitions]
locket a small metal case that holds a picture or a lock of hair. It is usually worn on a chain around the neck.
map a picture of a particular area of the earth or sky drawn or printed to scale on a flat surface. [1/3 definitions]
mosaic a picture or design made with many small colored pieces of glass, tile, or stone. These pieces are fitted together and cemented into place.
movie a motion picture; film. [1/2 definitions]
mural a large picture painted on or made a part of a wall or ceiling.
paint to make a picture or design using paint. [1/4 definitions]
painting a specific picture done by a painter. [1/3 definitions]
pastel the art of drawing with such crayons, or a picture made by using them. [1/5 definitions]
perspective a way of showing objects on the flat surface of a picture so that they seem the correct size and distance from one another. [1/3 definitions]