The French derived their suits of trèfles (clovers or clubs♧), carreaux (tiles or
diamonds♢), cœurs (hearts♥), and piques (pikes or spades♤) from the German ...
From batons to clubs, cups to hearts, coins to diamonds and swords to spades,
the French set the standard design of suits as we know them today: Hearts, Clubs
The Four Suits of the Cards The Four Suits = The Four Seasons Hearts = Spring
Clubs = Summer Diamonds = Fall Spades = Winter.
... swords, coins, batons); German/Swiss suits (hearts, acorns, bells, leaves), and
French suits (hearts, spades, diamonds, clubs -- that is, our modern deck).
Dec 4, 2013 ... Clubs ♢ Diamonds ♥ Hearts ♤ Spades. If you count up the numerical value of a
whole pack of cards – reckoning on 11 for a jack, 12 for a ...
The four suits in playing cards, clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades, collectively
represent the four elements (wind, fire, water, and earth), the seasons, and ...
Apr 9, 2003 ... I've heard it said that they represent rulers (hearts), soldiers (clubs), peasants (
spades) and merchants (diamonds) but I'm extremely dubious ...
<p>Spade symbol: <spade/>, heart symbol: <heart/>, diamond symbol: <diamond
/>, and club symbol: <club/>.</p> XSL Output: Spade symbol: ♤, heart symbol: ...
These are the Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs and Spades of the English and French
Packs. Cœurs, or Hearts represented the Church, the Holy men or virtue; ...
HEARTS, CLUBS, DIAMONDS, SPADES: PLAYERS WHO SUIT MUDS. Richard
Bartle MUSE Ltd, Colchester, Essex. United Kingdom. firstname.lastname@example.org ...