listen to the pronunciation of dingbat
Englisch - Türkisch
fırlatılan şey
ismi unutulan şey
dili ufak şey
type term
türü dönem
Englisch - Englisch
An architectural style of apartment building, where the second storey overhangs an area for parking cars
A special ornamental typographical symbol, such as a bullet, an arrow, a pointing hand etc

The compulsive editor, when checking the specs on an article, can't help checking also for such items as initial capital and closing dingbat, if they are used routinely. These decorative items have a way of being forgotten....

A silly or stupid person

'Midge was such a dingbat', Jenny Fields wrote in her autobiografy, 'that she went to Hawaii for a vacation during World War Two.'.

A special symbol not a part of any particular typeface, including arrows, mathematical signs such as square root, and bullets
{i} thing, object, gadget
a silly empty-headed person; "you would be a dingbat even to try it"; "yet here he was with an upper class dingbat who just happened to be married to his sister
A typographical symbol or ornament such as bullets, arrows, and check marks; most common use is for decoration to top
A typographical character subject to scorn because it has no apparent relation to the alphabet Many dingbats are pictograms - tiny pictures of telephones, skiers, airplanes, churches, and the like, used in the travel industry Others are more abstract
type term
bullets, ballot boxes, florets, and other such decorative devices, e g , , , , , , etc
An ornamental character such as a bullet, star, or flower used by printers to decorate a page
a special ornamental typographical symbol, for example, a bullet, an arrow, a pointing hand, etc
A decorative character
plural of dingbat
{i} graphic characters, decorative characters (Computers)