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"Naciente" means "new beginning" and is derived from the same root as the English word "nascent" or the French word "renaissance". The phrase in Spanish "naciente del sol" has the literal meaning "new beginning of the sun", or, in other words, "dawn". This phrase is relatively common in Spanish, though naciente alone is not. This site found it useful to identify its favicon with "dawn" - or, in any case, with an image of the sun which has a color tinge reminiscent of the darker shades of dawn. To that end, Hartman spent many creative hours developing a sun icon which would fit distinctively into the tiny (16 pixels by 16 pixels) requirement of a favicon.
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