A tall, four-sided shaft of rock, generally tapered and monolithic, that rises to a pointed pyramidal top.
Printing The dagger indication (†), used especially as a reference level. Also referred to as dagger, obelus.
A tall, square, tapered, rock monolith topped with a pyramidal point, commonly used as a monument.
The dagger sign (†), especially when used as a reference mark.
An upright, four-sided pillar, gradually tapering since it rises, and terminating in a pyramid called pyramidion. It is ordinarily monolithic. Egyptian obelisks can be covered with hieroglyphic writing all the way through.
A mark of reference; -- called also dagger [†]. See Dagger, n., 2.
A tapering shaft of rectangular program, generally done with a pyramidal apex.
In printing and writing, an indicator resembling a small dagger (), thus also known as a dagger.
a character used in printing to point a cross guide or footnote
a stone pillar having a rectangular cross section tapering towards a pyramidal top