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Scarab

Scar´ab
n.1.(Zool.) Any one of numerous species of lamellicorn beetles of the genus Scarabæus, or family Scarabæidæ, especially the sacred, or Egyptian, species (Scarabæus sacer, and Scarabæus Egyptiorum).
2.(Egyptian Archæology, Jewelry) A stylized representation of a scarab beetle carved in stone or faience, or made in baked clay, usually in a conventionalized form in which the beetle has its legs held closely at its sides, and commonly having an inscription on the flat underside; - a symbol of resurrection, used by the ancient Egyptians as an ornament or a talisman, and in modern times used in jewelry, usually by engraving the formalized scarab design on cabuchon stones. Also used attributively; as, a scarab bracelet [a bracelet containing scarabs]; a ring with a scarab [the carved stone itelf].
Noun1.scarab - scarabaeid beetle considered divine by ancient Egyptians
To see a scarab in your dream, symbolizes your ability to survive, adapt, and change. It also represents immortality. You may be experiencing anxieties about death and aging.amulet, charm, fetish, fylfot, gammadion, good-luck charm, hoodoo, juju, love charm, lucky bean, lucky piece, madstone, mascot, mumbo jumbo, obeah, periapt, philter, phylactery, scarabaeus, scarabee, sudarium, swastika, talisman, veronica, voodoo, whammy
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Scaphosepalum
Scapiform
Scapolite
scapose
Scapple
Scapula
Scapular
Scapular arch
Scapular region
Scapulary
Scapulet
Scapulo-
scapulohumeral
Scapus
Scar
scar tissue
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scarabaean
scarabaeid
scarabaeid beetle
Scarabaeidae
Scarabaeus
Scarabaeus sacer
Scaraboid
Scaramouch
Scaramouche
Scarce
scarcely
Scarcement
Scarceness
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Scard
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