The suit of a card is one of its two dimensions, along with rank. The four suits of an Anglo-American deck are spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs. There are typically a number of pips shaped like the suit of the card on each card, numbering the value of the card. On face cards, there is a central design usually containing several appearances of the suit. On aces there is one central pip, sometimes large and fanciful.

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