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 Most common symbols and a brief summary of their meaning:
- Almond: like apricot, representation of the Chinese female - Apple (Apple Blossom): feminine beauty and eternal peace
- Apricot: representation of the Chinese female
- Archer's ring: prestige and symbolic of the emperors' power
- Axe: marriage
- Bamboo: longevity, durability and resilience
- Bat: happiness and longevity
- Bear: strength, courage and bravery
- Bee: industriousness and prudence
- Bell: respect and reverence to one's superiors
- Boar or pig: wealth and prosperity, especially for business ; n°12 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Broom: insight, wisdom, “sweeping away” of worries
- Buddha's Hand (citrus medica plant): wealth
- Butterfly: love, especially young love
- Cat: protector against evil spirits of the night (double cats : conjugal bliss)
- Cherry: beauty, cosmetic and medicinal properties, emblem of the fair sexity; a life of ease after retirement - Chrysanthemum: jovial - Cicada: immortality and resurrection; happiness and eternal youth
- Coin: prosperity and wealth
- Conch shell: royalty but also prosperous voyage
- Crane: longevity
- Cricket: courage but also summer
- Crow: filial piety, care of elderly parents
- Deer: immortality and longevity
- Dog: fidelity ; n° 11 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Dog of "Fo" or Fu-Dog (actually a form of lion): courageous and fierce, valour and protection
- Dove or pigeon: longevity and filial duty
- Dragon: imperial power, strength, vigilance and safe-guard, yang principal ; n° 5 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Duck: felicity, conjugal fidelity
- Eagle, Falcon: boldness, strength, and keen vision, authority
- Elephant: strength, sagacity, and prudence, power of energy
- Fire: danger, speed, anger, ferocity, and lust but also happiness and longevity
- Fish: wealth and abundance, harmony and bliss, regeneration and freedom (Double fish: connubial bliss and harmony)
- Flywhisk: leadership, and mercy
- Fox: craftiness, cunning, "mischief" in love affairs
- Frog: good fortune in gambling or money-making (three-legged frog : magic)
- Goat, sheep and ram: filial respect ; n° 8 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Gourd: mystery, sorcery and magic
- Guanyin (Goddess of mercy): mercy and compassion
- Heart: love
- Horse: speed and perseverance ; n° 7 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Hydra: playfulness and powers of geomancy
- Key pattern: thunder and clouds
- Knot (endless knot): longevity, true love, wheel of life
- Leaf: felicity
- Lion: defender of law and protector of sacred buildings
- Lotus: purity, perfection and enlightenment
- Lute: fidelity and purity
- Mushroom: longevity and immortality
- Monkey: trickery; protection against malicious spirits ; n° 9 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Moon: essence of the female, yin qualities in nature
- Ox or cow: spring, agriculture ; n° 2 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Cow or ox: spring, agriculture , n° 2 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Palm: retired life
- Peach: marriage, immortality and springtime
- Pear: longevity
- Pearl: feminine beauty and purity
- Pi disc: power and authority, symbol of sun
- Pig or boar: wealth and prosperity, especially for business ; n° 12 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Pine: longevity and friendship through hardship
- Phoenix: sun or yang principle
- Plum: winter and longevity
- Pomegranate: fertility
- Quail: courage and pugnacity
- Rabbit or hare: longevity ; n° 4 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Hare or rabbit: longevity ; n° 4 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Rat: industry and prosperity ; n° 1 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Ram, Goat or Sheep: n° 8 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Rice grains: fecundity and good harvest
- Rooster: symbolizes the beginnings and the dawning of a new day ; n° in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Sheep, Ram or Goat: n° 8 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Snake: cunning and evil but also respected for its supernatural powers ; n° 6 in the Chinese Zodiac signs chart
- Spider: protector against evil spirits
- Stork: longevity and unfettered liberty
- Sun: essence of the male principal in nature
- Tael (unit of weight): wealth or acquisition
- Tiger: lord of all land creatures, symbolizes courage, dignity, military power ; n° 3 in the Chinese Zodiac sign chart
- Tortoise or turtle: longevity, strength, endurance
- Umbrella: respect, protection
- Unicorn: longevity, grandeur, felicity, illustrious offspring, and wise administration
- Willow: beauty in life and undivision in death - Yin and yang: the Chinese principal of cosmic duality, negative and positive principles of universal life
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