1. tomoe; heraldic design composed of two or more interlocked comma-shaped figures
Wikipedia definition
2. TomoeA tomoe, also 鞆絵, and ともヱ in its archaic form, is a Japanese abstract shape described as a swirl that resembles a comma or the usual form of a magatama. The origin of tomoe is uncertain. Some think that it originally meant tomoe, or drawings on tomo, a round arm protector used by an archer, whereas others see tomoe as stylized magatama. It is a common design element in Japanese family emblems and corporate logos, particularly in triplicate whorls known as mitsudomoe .
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鞆絵 【ともえ】


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