Celtic symbol svg

I love this symbol.  Does anyone know the meaning?

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7 Responses to Celtic symbol svg

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  2. Trisha says:

    I’m not sure, but it looks a lot like a symbol for the Trinity that I have seen before. Thank. It look nice.

  3. Rich says:

    Not sure. It’s basically a triskelion, but the three “arms” are not identical as would be expected. Maybe the pretzel in the middle symbolizes the eternal bond of the Germanic and Celtic peoples over our shared love of food?

  4. kendell says:

    Thanks once again for sharing your work, it is really appreciated. Kindest regards

  5. Jing-Jing says:

    Just found your site and can’t wait to download some of your lovely SVG cuts. Thank you for sharing your work and please continue!

  6. Raisa Bastian says:

    it’s a symbol of a family…

  7. Stuart Stacey says:

    TRIQUETRA – with Circle….Called the Triquetra, which means “three-cornered” in Latin.
    The celts left no reference to the original symbols so their meanings have been built by groups who have acknowledged a design and agreed upon its meaning or representation as past down over the ages.

    To early Christians, it symbolized both the Trinity (God the Father, God the Son and God The Holy Spirit).

    Also considered to represent fish (“pisces”) – shown as three fishes. In the first centuries of Christianity when believers were persecuted,the fish was a valuable symbol. When two believers who did not know each other met, one would draw half the fish in the sand. If the other person completed the another half of the fish they knew they were safe to talk of their beliefs

    The Circle represents unending love, as in God’s or Jesus’ unending love for man and woman.

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