Some symbols of friendship include yellow roses, pine trees and pandas. Yellow roses are considered a symbol of friendship (as well as joy) because of their color, which is bright, cheerful and pleasant without the romantic or passionate connotations of other rose colors.Continue Reading
The panda and pine tree are both traditional Chinese symbols of friendship.
Given its evergreen nature, the pine tree, which is revered in traditional Chinese culture, symbolizes friendship in the face of adversity. Meanwhile, as a symbol of lasting friendship, the panda also symbolizes harmony (because of its black and white pelt, which is reminiscent of the yin and yang) and peace (because of its gentle demeanor and, in contrast to other bears, its vegetarian diet).Learn more about Symbolism
The pineapple traditionally symbolizes "welcome" and hospitality, as well as friendship, generosity, and other forms of social warmth and graciousness. This is particularly true in the southern United States and in areas on the Eastern Seaboard.Full Answer >
There are actually many flowers that symbolize friendship. The color yellow is often used as a symbol of friendship when giving flowers, regardless of the type of flower given. Possibly the most popular option for a flower to show friendship is the yellow rose.Full Answer >
Animals and insects, such as butterflies, carp, dragonflies and cranes are some commonly used symbols in Japan. Plants such as chrysanthemums, cherry blossoms, peonies and pine trees are also common symbols in the Japanese culture. People in Japan use these symbols in kimono designs, art, healing practices and celebrations.Full Answer >
Some good luck symbols from around the world include ladybugs, four-leaf clovers, horseshoes and triangles. Other lucky symbols include the "ankh" symbol, "Eye of Horace" and scarabs. Lucky animal symbols and totems include frogs, tigers and fish.Full Answer >