Hawk [hieroglyphically]

Hawk [hieroglyphically]
was by the Antients put to signify the Sun, being an Emblem of its powerful Influences in the World. Some have observed of this Bird, that it can steadfastly behold the Sun, and that its Bones will attract Gold (the Metal of the Sun) as the Loadstone does Iron. They also represented Almighty God by the Body of a Man covered with a long Garment, bearing on the Top of the Head a Hawk; because the Excellence, Courage, Nimbleness, and good Qualities of this Bird, did shadow out the incomparable Perfections of its great Creator. And because the Hawk is a Bird of Long Life, it was an Emblem of Natural Life; it was also put to signify a prudent, valorous, just and brave Man.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

Hatmakerˊs Company * Helmet [with Heralds]
Hatmakerˊs Company
Hawk [hieroglyphically]
Helmet [with Heralds]
Hermetick Art
Hermetick Art
Hermetical, or Hermetick
Hermetical Philosophy
Hermetical Physick
Hermetical Seal
Hermeˊtically [with Chymists]