caduceus

[ kuh-doo-see-uh s, -syoos, -shuh s, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF caduceus

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It is the Caduceus, or Rod, and the suit takes its name from it.

Let us take the caduceus of Hermes as the mystic symbol of beauty.

To describe the caduceus is to describe the love mechanism of ophidians.

A caduceus, against which rests a shield of arms, lies at her feet.

The cherub on the dexter side is seated, and holds a caduceus in his right hand.

A rod: A piece of the angelic outfit, derived from the caduceus of Mercury.

But when Mercury invented the lyre, he gave the lyre to Apollo in exchange for the caduceus.

Like Forth, the newcomer wore a white coat with the caduceus emblems.

In its completed shape, the lightning-wand is the caduceus, or rod of Hermes.

Later he added the twisted serpents at the top of this caduceus.

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