(intransitive) To bud again (send forth a second group of buds)
An arrangement of pictures, symbols, and/or words representing phrases or words, especially as a word puzzle.
An arrangement of pictures on a coat of arms which suggests the name of the person to whom it belongs.
To represent (a phrase or word) as a rebus.
To apply a rebus to (something).
A mode of expressing words and phrases by pictures of objects whose names resemble those words, or the syllables of which they are composed; enigmatical representation of words by figures; hence, a peculiar form of riddle made up of such representations.
A pictorial suggestion on a coat of arms of the name of the person to whom it belongs. See Canting arms, under Canting.
To mark or indicate by a rebus.
‘He [John Morton] had a fair library rebused with More in text and Tun under it.’;
a puzzle where you decode a message consisting of pictures representing syllables and words
A rebus () is a puzzle device that combines the use of illustrated pictures with individual letters to depict words or phrases. For example: the word might be depicted by a rebus showing an illustrated bumblebee next to a plus sign (+) and the letter .