Denotes the beginning of the sun, joy, honesty and reputation. Since the palm has always grows straight - a blessing, triumph, victory.

"Do not drop leaves, palm tree can be decorated with permanent one and the same greens. The force of the tree are believed suitable and appropriate for the image of victory" (Plutarch).

It is also a tree of life, and, as a self, it is identified with androginom.

As a phallic symbol of a palm tree is male power and fertility, but if she is portrayed with dates, it is the female symbol: "Stan is similar to your palm, and your breasts to brush vine" (Song of Solomon).

Palma, which accounts for a good fruit in old age, it symbolizes longevity and prosperity in old age.

Arabia: The Tree of Life.

China: withdrawal of the cases, dignity, fertility.

Christianity: the righteous, who will blossom as the palm tree "; immortality, and in this meaning it is sometimes portrayed, along with Phoenix, a divine blessing, triumphal entry of Christ into Jerusalem, the triumph of a martyr over death; paradise.

Palm means glory, triumph, resurrection, victory over death and sin.

In the early Catholicism, she was a symbol of burial, as well as "an attribute of man, a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, hence the word" pilgrim ".

The emblem of St. Peter-recluse, depicted with palm branch in his hand, and a host of martyrs. Palm (originally "palm") noted Sunday in honor of Christ's entry into Jerusalem.

Egypt: "calendar" the tree that gives a new branch every month.

Greece: The emblem of Apollo and Delphi Delosskogo.

Jewish tradition: the righteous, the emblem of Judea after the Exodus.

Sumer-Semitic tradition: The Tree of Life, the emblem of the Phoenician Baal (Tamara), Lord Palma and Ashtaroth and Assyrian-Babylonian Ishtar.