A symbol made by intersecting two lines. Christians opposed the use of the cross as a symbol even up until the 3rd century CE because of its powerful Pagan associations, usually masculine and in association with the sun—notably the sun cross (a cross within a circle and a symbol of the zodiac and the four directions the sun shines in), the swastika
, the Egyptian Ankh (which interestingly enough doubled as a yoni
and a cross and represented death, resurrection, and immortal life), Thor’s hammar, a plus sign representing two sticks being rubbed together to produce fire and by analogy the sun, the symbol of the Druid Thau formed by crossing two Oak branches, and the use of a cross in ritualistic crucifixion in which the body was afterwards cut to pieces. The blood watered the fields and the pieces of flesh were buried across the field to encourage crop growth. If the jesus fish
represents the feminine, the earth, and the vagina, the cross can be said to represent the masculine, the sun, and the penis. The sign of the cross is not found in Christian art until the mid-5th century CE, when a Greek cross with equal length arms and no Jesus appears on a Vatican sarcophagus. Crucifixion scenes of Jesus do not appear in Christian art until the 7th century CE.
The sun cross is found in almost every culture.
Dionysus died on a cross and was resurrected.
A version of saying that you are mad at some one. Never to be used in past tenseUse only in British english.
Girlfriend: " I am cross at you because you didn't ring me the other day."
Something you nail people too.
Jesus Christ was nailed to a cross.
a jamican colloquialism that indicates a person of little worth
'you nah buy dat ting for me that i aks for? CROSSES!'
A small strange stinky little guy with hair that looks like it was drawn onto him by a 3 year old.
Person A "Oh look its C. Ross"
Person B "Hi Rossy"
C. Ross "NYEHHHH"
Person A + B "Well fuck you then, you little pissbag!!!!!!"
some hectik wba biatch
that has a sik bffe
""that person is so cool''
just like c.ross and her bffe
In reference to the letter "X" in the word extreme, the word cross is used to describe something extreme such as an event, disruption, sport, or everyday living scenario.
*Inspired by Mountain Dew and Harold and Kumar go to White Castle.
..and then the other car cut in front of him and the dude did a 360 and wound up in the ditch. It was pretty cross.