Today a number of abstract examples following certain conventions are occasionally used for names, primarily for corporate logos or product logos and incorporating some characters of the name, as in a monogram ; see Japanese rebus monogram. Quasi-phonetic rebuses often formed the foundation of children's stories and riddles were used widely in this fashion in the nineteenth century.
He wrote, "A dream is a picture puzzle of this sort and our predecessors in the field of dream interpretation have made the mistake of treating the rebus as a pictorial composition: United Kingdom Catchphrase is a long-running game show which required contestants to decipher a rebus.
Made so the Bible was called " hieroglyphics ". But if you are close enough to read this, you should be driving in the parsing lane.
If more than one rebus exists in a square — and why do you do this to us?
In linguistics, the rebus principle is the use of existing symbols, such as pictograms, purely for their sounds regardless of their meaning, to represent new words. This rebus was part of America to her Mistaken Mother, a pictogram made in to comment on British and colonial American politics.