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Term: Ioho

DEFINITION:
The 20th letter of the Ogham tree alphabet, representing the letter I and meaning "yew."

There are yew trees in Britain that are two thousand years old, making this tree a good symbol for immortality. Ioho stands for transformation and rebirth. It symbolizes what you have inherited from your ancestral past. It gives new strength and the ability to understand hidden truths.
SOURCE:  Omens, Oghams & Oracles, Richard Webster
See also:  Idad
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