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 How to Solve a Rebus

Rebuses solving rules:

rebus "CLOVE" (c + love)

rebus cloverebus clove
rebus "REBUS" (re + bus)

rebus rebus
rebus "DOUSE" (d + house)
rebus douse
1 = d

rebus "LOCK" (clock)

rebus lock

rebus "OMELETTE" (home + letter)

rebus omeletterebus omelette


rebus "THREE" (tree + h)
rebus three
+ h

rebus "WIND" (w in d)
rebus wind

rebus "LONG" (l on g)





rebus "GOOD" (reversed dog + o)
rebus good
+ o

rebus "STOP" (s to p)
rebus stop
rebus stop

rebus "RATE" (r at e)
rebus raterebus rate


rebus "SOFT" (s of t)
rebus soft

rebus "GOVERN" (g over n)
rebus govern

rebus "NOTE" (not e)
rebus note


rebus "THUNDERBIRD" (t + h under b + fire + d)

rebus thunderbird
rebus thunderbird
rebus thunderbird
rebus thunderbirdrebus thunderbirdrebus thunderbirdrebus thunderbird



 The History of Rebus

Using primitive images to convey information formed the basis of the earliest writing systems ancient Egyptian culture ( line 4th and 3rd millennia BC ). The earliest form of rebus occurs in picturesque letter in which abstract words that are difficult to image, subjects were presented with images whose names were pronounced the same way. Later picture puzzles used to transmit the names of cities in the Greek and Roman coins. Puzzles remained popular in the Middle Ages - they appear on buildings or objects of ownership , to refer to generic names. more ►

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