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Offline DeathEater

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i saw a symbol with the letter DELTA and PHI combined ontop/underneath eachother. DONOT answer in ancient greek, i want to know what this symbol means and represents. If there is more thanone possibilty please wrute all you know. Thankyou
« Last Edit: 18 Apr, 2008, 19:44:21 by billberg23 »


Offline Oblitron

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Do you mean capital letters (Δ and Φ) or lowercase (δ and φ)?
And, more importantly, where did you see this symbol? Could it just be the logo of an American college fraternity?



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oh! well it was the capitals put together, so it looked like a triangle with a circle in it and a line down the middle, amd it is on the spine of a book, so do you know what it could mean? besides, even the logo would mean something, right? besides, i know for a fact it means something, i just don't know what... so help. please?


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So, I suppose you mean something like this? (No, I don't know what it stands for.)




There's, of course, the more artistic Delta Phi here.

« Last Edit: 26 Jun, 2007, 01:56:19 by nickel »



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yes, yes, thats what i mean, so what dos it meeann!!!!!!!! anyone!!??


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what? is that some advice or an answer??
erm...


 

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