Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs

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Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs
Range U+1F300..U+1F5FF
(768 code points)
Plane SMP
Scripts Common
Symbol sets Emoji
Assigned 768 code points
Unused 0 reserved code points
Unicode version history
6.0 529 (+529)
6.1 533 (+4)
7.0 742 (+209)
8.0 766 (+24)
9.0 768 (+2)
Note: [1][2]

Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs is a Unicode block containing meteorological and astronomical symbols, emoji characters largely for compatibility with Japanese telephone carriers' implementations of Shift JIS, and characters originally from the Wingdings and Webdings fonts found in Microsoft Windows.

Emoji[edit]

The block contains 637 emoji: U+1F300–U+1F321, U+1F324–U+1F393, U+1F396–U+1F397, U+1F399–U+1F39B, U+1F39E–U+1F3F0, U+1F3F3–U+1F3F5, U+1F3F7–U+1F4FD, U+1F4FF–U+1F53D, U+1F549–U+1F54E, U+1F550–U+1F567, U+1F56F–U+1F570, U+1F573–U+1F57A, U+1F587, U+1F58A–U+1F58D, U+1F590, U+1F595–U+1F596, U+1F5A4–U+1F5A5, U+1F5A8, U+1F5B1–U+1F5B2, U+1F5BC, U+1F5C2–U+1F5C4, U+1F5D1–U+1F5D3, U+1F5DC–U+1F5DE, U+1F5E1, U+1F5E3, U+1F5E8, U+1F5EF, U+1F5F3 and U+1F5FA–U+1F5FF.[3][4]

The block has 312 standardized variants defined to specify emoji-style (U+FE0F VS16) or text presentation (U+FE0E VS15) for the following 156 base characters: U+1F30D–U+1F30F, U+1F315, U+1F31C, U+1F321, U+1F324–U+1F32C, U+1F336, U+1F378, U+1F37D, U+1F393, U+1F396–U+1F397, U+1F399–U+1F39B, U+1F39E–U+1F39F, U+1F3A7, U+1F3AC–U+1F3AE, U+1F3C2, U+1F3C4, U+1F3C6, U+1F3CA–U+1F3CE, U+1F3D4–U+1F3E0, U+1F3ED, U+1F3F3, U+1F3F5, U+1F3F7, U+1F408, U+1F415, U+1F41F, U+1F426, U+1F43F, U+1F441–U+1F442, U+1F446–U+1F449, U+1F44D–U+1F44E, U+1F453, U+1F46A, U+1F47D, U+1F4A3, U+1F4B0, U+1F4B3, U+1F4BB, U+1F4BF, U+1F4CB, U+1F4DA, U+1F4DF, U+1F4E4–U+1F4E6, U+1F4EA–U+1F4ED, U+1F4F7, U+1F4F9–U+1F4FB, U+1F4FD, U+1F508, U+1F50D, U+1F512–U+1F513, U+1F549–U+1F54A, U+1F550–U+1F567, U+1F56F–U+1F570, U+1F573–U+1F579, U+1F587, U+1F58A–U+1F58D, U+1F590, U+1F5A5, U+1F5A8, U+1F5B1–U+1F5B2, U+1F5BC, U+1F5C2–U+1F5C4, U+1F5D1–U+1F5D3, U+1F5DC–U+1F5DE, U+1F5E1, U+1F5E3, U+1F5E8, U+1F5EF, U+1F5F3 and U+1F5FA. [5] All of these base characters default to a text presentation.

Emoji variation sequences
U+ 1F30D 1F30E 1F30F 1F315 1F31C 1F321 1F324 1F325 1F326 1F327 1F328 1F329
default presentation emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji text text text text text text text
base code point 🌍 🌎 🌏 🌕 🌜 🌡 🌤 🌥 🌦 🌧 🌨 🌩
base+VS15 (text) 🌍︎ 🌎︎ 🌏︎ 🌕︎ 🌜︎ 🌡︎ 🌤︎ 🌥︎ 🌦︎ 🌧︎ 🌨︎ 🌩︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🌍️ 🌎️ 🌏️ 🌕️ 🌜️ 🌡️ 🌤️ 🌥️ 🌦️ 🌧️ 🌨️ 🌩️
U+ 1F32A 1F32B 1F32C 1F336 1F378 1F37D 1F393 1F396 1F397 1F399 1F39A 1F39B
default presentation text text text text emoji text emoji text text text text text
base code point 🌪 🌫 🌬 🌶 🍸 🍽 🎓 🎖 🎗 🎙 🎚 🎛
base+VS15 (text) 🌪︎ 🌫︎ 🌬︎ 🌶︎ 🍸︎ 🍽︎ 🎓︎ 🎖︎ 🎗︎ 🎙︎ 🎚︎ 🎛︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🌪️ 🌫️ 🌬️ 🌶️ 🍸️ 🍽️ 🎓️ 🎖️ 🎗️ 🎙️ 🎚️ 🎛️
U+ 1F39E 1F39F 1F3A7 1F3AC 1F3AD 1F3AE 1F3C2 1F3C4 1F3C6 1F3CA 1F3CB 1F3CC
default presentation text text emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji text text
base code point 🎞 🎟 🎧 🎬 🎭 🎮 🏂 🏄 🏆 🏊 🏋 🏌
base+VS15 (text) 🎞︎ 🎟︎ 🎧︎ 🎬︎ 🎭︎ 🎮︎ 🏂︎ 🏄︎ 🏆︎ 🏊︎ 🏋︎ 🏌︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🎞️ 🎟️ 🎧️ 🎬️ 🎭️ 🎮️ 🏂️ 🏄️ 🏆️ 🏊️ 🏋️ 🏌️
U+ 1F3CD 1F3CE 1F3D4 1F3D5 1F3D6 1F3D7 1F3D8 1F3D9 1F3DA 1F3DB 1F3DC 1F3DD
default presentation text text text text text text text text text text text text
base code point 🏍 🏎 🏔 🏕 🏖 🏗 🏘 🏙 🏚 🏛 🏜 🏝
base+VS15 (text) 🏍︎ 🏎︎ 🏔︎ 🏕︎ 🏖︎ 🏗︎ 🏘︎ 🏙︎ 🏚︎ 🏛︎ 🏜︎ 🏝︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🏍️ 🏎️ 🏔️ 🏕️ 🏖️ 🏗️ 🏘️ 🏙️ 🏚️ 🏛️ 🏜️ 🏝️
U+ 1F3DE 1F3DF 1F3E0 1F3ED 1F3F3 1F3F5 1F3F7 1F408 1F415 1F41F 1F426 1F43F
default presentation text text emoji emoji text text text emoji emoji emoji emoji text
base code point 🏞 🏟 🏠 🏭 🏳 🏵 🏷 🐈 🐕 🐟 🐦 🐿
base+VS15 (text) 🏞︎ 🏟︎ 🏠︎ 🏭︎ 🏳︎ 🏵︎ 🏷︎ 🐈︎ 🐕︎ 🐟︎ 🐦︎ 🐿︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🏞️ 🏟️ 🏠️ 🏭️ 🏳️ 🏵️ 🏷️ 🐈️ 🐕️ 🐟️ 🐦️ 🐿️
U+ 1F441 1F442 1F446 1F447 1F448 1F449 1F44D 1F44E 1F453 1F46A 1F47D 1F4A3
default presentation text emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji
base code point 👁 👂 👆 👇 👈 👉 👍 👎 👓 👪 👽 💣
base+VS15 (text) 👁︎ 👂︎ 👆︎ 👇︎ 👈︎ 👉︎ 👍︎ 👎︎ 👓︎ 👪︎ 👽︎ 💣︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 👁️ 👂️ 👆️ 👇️ 👈️ 👉️ 👍️ 👎️ 👓️ 👪️ 👽️ 💣️
U+ 1F4B0 1F4B3 1F4BB 1F4BF 1F4CB 1F4DA 1F4DF 1F4E4 1F4E5 1F4E6 1F4EA 1F4EB
default presentation emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji
base code point 💰 💳 💻 💿 📋 📚 📟 📤 📥 📦 📪 📫
base+VS15 (text) 💰︎ 💳︎ 💻︎ 💿︎ 📋︎ 📚︎ 📟︎ 📤︎ 📥︎ 📦︎ 📪︎ 📫︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 💰️ 💳️ 💻️ 💿️ 📋️ 📚️ 📟️ 📤️ 📥️ 📦️ 📪️ 📫️
U+ 1F4EC 1F4ED 1F4F7 1F4F9 1F4FA 1F4FB 1F4FD 1F508 1F50D 1F512 1F513 1F549
default presentation emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji text emoji emoji emoji emoji text
base code point 📬 📭 📷 📹 📺 📻 📽 🔈 🔍 🔒 🔓 🕉
base+VS15 (text) 📬︎ 📭︎ 📷︎ 📹︎ 📺︎ 📻︎ 📽︎ 🔈︎ 🔍︎ 🔒︎ 🔓︎ 🕉︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 📬️ 📭️ 📷️ 📹️ 📺️ 📻️ 📽️ 🔈️ 🔍️ 🔒️ 🔓️ 🕉️
U+ 1F54A 1F550 1F551 1F552 1F553 1F554 1F555 1F556 1F557 1F558 1F559 1F55A
default presentation text emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji
base code point 🕊 🕐 🕑 🕒 🕓 🕔 🕕 🕖 🕗 🕘 🕙 🕚
base+VS15 (text) 🕊︎ 🕐︎ 🕑︎ 🕒︎ 🕓︎ 🕔︎ 🕕︎ 🕖︎ 🕗︎ 🕘︎ 🕙︎ 🕚︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🕊️ 🕐️ 🕑️ 🕒️ 🕓️ 🕔️ 🕕️ 🕖️ 🕗️ 🕘️ 🕙️ 🕚️
U+ 1F55B 1F55C 1F55D 1F55E 1F55F 1F560 1F561 1F562 1F563 1F564 1F565 1F566
default presentation emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji emoji
base code point 🕛 🕜 🕝 🕞 🕟 🕠 🕡 🕢 🕣 🕤 🕥 🕦
base+VS15 (text) 🕛︎ 🕜︎ 🕝︎ 🕞︎ 🕟︎ 🕠︎ 🕡︎ 🕢︎ 🕣︎ 🕤︎ 🕥︎ 🕦︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🕛️ 🕜️ 🕝️ 🕞️ 🕟️ 🕠️ 🕡️ 🕢️ 🕣️ 🕤️ 🕥️ 🕦️
U+ 1F567 1F56F 1F570 1F573 1F574 1F575 1F576 1F577 1F578 1F579 1F587 1F58A
default presentation emoji text text text text text text text text text text text
base code point 🕧 🕯 🕰 🕳 🕴 🕵 🕶 🕷 🕸 🕹 🖇 🖊
base+VS15 (text) 🕧︎ 🕯︎ 🕰︎ 🕳︎ 🕴︎ 🕵︎ 🕶︎ 🕷︎ 🕸︎ 🕹︎ 🖇︎ 🖊︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🕧️ 🕯️ 🕰️ 🕳️ 🕴️ 🕵️ 🕶️ 🕷️ 🕸️ 🕹️ 🖇️ 🖊️
U+ 1F58B 1F58C 1F58D 1F590 1F5A5 1F5A8 1F5B1 1F5B2 1F5BC 1F5C2 1F5C3 1F5C4
default presentation text text text text text text text text text text text text
base code point 🖋 🖌 🖍 🖐 🖥 🖨 🖱 🖲 🖼 🗂 🗃 🗄
base+VS15 (text) 🖋︎ 🖌︎ 🖍︎ 🖐︎ 🖥︎ 🖨︎ 🖱︎ 🖲︎ 🖼︎ 🗂︎ 🗃︎ 🗄︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🖋️ 🖌️ 🖍️ 🖐️ 🖥️ 🖨️ 🖱️ 🖲️ 🖼️ 🗂️ 🗃️ 🗄️
U+ 1F5D1 1F5D2 1F5D3 1F5DC 1F5DD 1F5DE 1F5E1 1F5E3 1F5E8 1F5EF 1F5F3 1F5FA
default presentation text text text text text text text text text text text text
base code point 🗑 🗒 🗓 🗜 🗝 🗞 🗡 🗣 🗨 🗯 🗳 🗺
base+VS15 (text) 🗑︎ 🗒︎ 🗓︎ 🗜︎ 🗝︎ 🗞︎ 🗡︎ 🗣︎ 🗨︎ 🗯︎ 🗳︎ 🗺︎
base+VS16 (emoji) 🗑️ 🗒️ 🗓️ 🗜️ 🗝️ 🗞️ 🗡️ 🗣️ 🗨️ 🗯️ 🗳️ 🗺️

Emoji modifiers[edit]

The Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictoraphs block has 49 emoji that represent people or body parts. For these, a set of "Emoji modifiers" are defined. These are modifier characters intended to define the skin colour to be used for the emoji, based on the Fitzpatrick scale:[4]

U+1F3FB EMOJI MODIFIER FITZPATRICK TYPE-1-2
U+1F3FC EMOJI MODIFIER FITZPATRICK TYPE-3
U+1F3FD EMOJI MODIFIER FITZPATRICK TYPE-4
U+1F3FE EMOJI MODIFIER FITZPATRICK TYPE-5
U+1F3FF EMOJI MODIFIER FITZPATRICK TYPE-6

The draft document suggesting the introduction of this system for the representation of "human diversity" was submitted in 2015 by Mark Davis of Google and Peter Edberg of Apple Inc.[6]

Online commentators have criticized the attempts of the Unicode Consortium to reflect postulates of political correctness in the contemporary US American culture wars as an empty gesture at best, and "insulting" (to users of non-Western scripts which have still not been properly implemented) at worst.[7]

Table of emojis with modifiers[edit]

The following table shows the full combinations of the "human emoji" characters with each of the five modifiers, which should display each character in each of the five skin tones provided a suitable font is installed on the system and the rendering software is capable of handling modifier characters, platforms without emoji modifier support may show as boxes:

Human emoji
U+ 1F385 1F3C2 1F3C3 1F3C4 1F3C7 1F3CA 1F3CB 1F3CC 1F442 1F443
emoji 🎅 🏂️ 🏃 🏄️ 🏇 🏊️ 🏋️ 🏌️ 👂️ 👃
FITZ-1-2 🎅🏻 🏂️🏻 🏃🏻 🏄️🏻 🏇🏻 🏊️🏻 🏋️🏻 🏌️🏻 👂️🏻 👃🏻
FITZ-3 🎅🏼 🏂️🏼 🏃🏼 🏄️🏼 🏇🏼 🏊️🏼 🏋️🏼 🏌️🏼 👂️🏼 👃🏼
FITZ-4 🎅🏽 🏂️🏽 🏃🏽 🏄️🏽 🏇🏽 🏊️🏽 🏋️🏽 🏌️🏽 👂️🏽 👃🏽
FITZ-5 🎅🏾 🏂️🏾 🏃🏾 🏄️🏾 🏇🏾 🏊️🏾 🏋️🏾 🏌️🏾 👂️🏾 👃🏾
FITZ-6 🎅🏿 🏂️🏿 🏃🏿 🏄️🏿 🏇🏿 🏊️🏿 🏋️🏿 🏌️🏿 👂️🏿 👃🏿
U+ 1F446 1F447 1F448 1F449 1F44A 1F44B 1F44C 1F44D 1F44E 1F44F
emoji 👆️ 👇️ 👈️ 👉️ 👊 👋 👌 👍️ 👎️ 👏
FITZ-1-2 👆️🏻 👇️🏻 👈️🏻 👉️🏻 👊🏻 👋🏻 👌🏻 👍️🏻 👎️🏻 👏🏻
FITZ-3 👆️🏼 👇️🏼 👈️🏼 👉️🏼 👊🏼 👋🏼 👌🏼 👍️🏼 👎️🏼 👏🏼
FITZ-4 👆️🏽 👇️🏽 👈️🏽 👉️🏽 👊🏽 👋🏽 👌🏽 👍️🏽 👎️🏽 👏🏽
FITZ-5 👆️🏾 👇️🏾 👈️🏾 👉️🏾 👊🏾 👋🏾 👌🏾 👍️🏾 👎️🏾 👏🏾
FITZ-6 👆️🏿 👇️🏿 👈️🏿 👉️🏿 👊🏿 👋🏿 👌🏿 👍️🏿 👎️🏿 👏🏿
U+ 1F450 1F466 1F467 1F468 1F469 1F46E 1F470 1F471 1F472 1F473
emoji 👐 👦 👧 👨 👩 👮 👰 👱 👲 👳
FITZ-1-2 👐🏻 👦🏻 👧🏻 👨🏻 👩🏻 👮🏻 👰🏻 👱🏻 👲🏻 👳🏻
FITZ-3 👐🏼 👦🏼 👧🏼 👨🏼 👩🏼 👮🏼 👰🏼 👱🏼 👲🏼 👳🏼
FITZ-4 👐🏽 👦🏽 👧🏽 👨🏽 👩🏽 👮🏽 👰🏽 👱🏽 👲🏽 👳🏽
FITZ-5 👐🏾 👦🏾 👧🏾 👨🏾 👩🏾 👮🏾 👰🏾 👱🏾 👲🏾 👳🏾
FITZ-6 👐🏿 👦🏿 👧🏿 👨🏿 👩🏿 👮🏿 👰🏿 👱🏿 👲🏿 👳🏿
U+ 1F474 1F475 1F476 1F477 1F478 1F47C 1F481 1F482 1F483 1F485
emoji 👴 👵 👶 👷 👸 👼 💁 💂 💃 💅
FITZ-1-2 👴🏻 👵🏻 👶🏻 👷🏻 👸🏻 👼🏻 💁🏻 💂🏻 💃🏻 💅🏻
FITZ-3 👴🏼 👵🏼 👶🏼 👷🏼 👸🏼 👼🏼 💁🏼 💂🏼 💃🏼 💅🏼
FITZ-4 👴🏽 👵🏽 👶🏽 👷🏽 👸🏽 👼🏽 💁🏽 💂🏽 💃🏽 💅🏽
FITZ-5 👴🏾 👵🏾 👶🏾 👷🏾 👸🏾 👼🏾 💁🏾 💂🏾 💃🏾 💅🏾
FITZ-6 👴🏿 👵🏿 👶🏿 👷🏿 👸🏿 👼🏿 💁🏿 💂🏿 💃🏿 💅🏿
U+ 1F486 1F487 1F4AA 1F574 1F575 1F57A 1F590 1F595 1F596
emoji 💆 💇 💪 🕴️ 🕵️ 🕺 🖐️ 🖕 🖖
FITZ-1-2 💆🏻 💇🏻 💪🏻 🕴️🏻 🕵️🏻 🕺🏻 🖐️🏻 🖕🏻 🖖🏻
FITZ-3 💆🏼 💇🏼 💪🏼 🕴️🏼 🕵️🏼 🕺🏼 🖐️🏼 🖕🏼 🖖🏼
FITZ-4 💆🏽 💇🏽 💪🏽 🕴️🏽 🕵️🏽 🕺🏽 🖐️🏽 🖕🏽 🖖🏽
FITZ-5 💆🏾 💇🏾 💪🏾 🕴️🏾 🕵️🏾 🕺🏾 🖐️🏾 🖕🏾 🖖🏾
FITZ-6 💆🏿 💇🏿 💪🏿 🕴️🏿 🕵️🏿 🕺🏿 🖐️🏿 🖕🏿 🖖🏿

Additional human emoji can be found in other Unicode blocks: Dingbats, Emoticons, Miscellaneous Symbols, Supplemental Symbols and Pictographs and Transport and Map Symbols.

Chart[edit]

Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs[1]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1F30x 🌀 🌁 🌂 🌃 🌄 🌅 🌆 🌇 🌈 🌉 🌊 🌋 🌌 🌍 🌎 🌏
U+1F31x 🌐 🌑 🌒 🌓 🌔 🌕 🌖 🌗 🌘 🌙 🌚 🌛 🌜 🌝 🌞 🌟
U+1F32x 🌠 🌡 🌢 🌣 🌤 🌥 🌦 🌧 🌨 🌩 🌪 🌫 🌬 🌭 🌮 🌯
U+1F33x 🌰 🌱 🌲 🌳 🌴 🌵 🌶 🌷 🌸 🌹 🌺 🌻 🌼 🌽 🌾 🌿
U+1F34x 🍀 🍁 🍂 🍃 🍄 🍅 🍆 🍇 🍈 🍉 🍊 🍋 🍌 🍍 🍎 🍏
U+1F35x 🍐 🍑 🍒 🍓 🍔 🍕 🍖 🍗 🍘 🍙 🍚 🍛 🍜 🍝 🍞 🍟
U+1F36x 🍠 🍡 🍢 🍣 🍤 🍥 🍦 🍧 🍨 🍩 🍪 🍫 🍬 🍭 🍮 🍯
U+1F37x 🍰 🍱 🍲 🍳 🍴 🍵 🍶 🍷 🍸 🍹 🍺 🍻 🍼 🍽 🍾 🍿
U+1F38x 🎀 🎁 🎂 🎃 🎄 🎅 🎆 🎇 🎈 🎉 🎊 🎋 🎌 🎍 🎎 🎏
U+1F39x 🎐 🎑 🎒 🎓 🎔 🎕 🎖 🎗 🎘 🎙 🎚 🎛 🎜 🎝 🎞 🎟
U+1F3Ax 🎠 🎡 🎢 🎣 🎤 🎥 🎦 🎧 🎨 🎩 🎪 🎫 🎬 🎭 🎮 🎯
U+1F3Bx 🎰 🎱 🎲 🎳 🎴 🎵 🎶 🎷 🎸 🎹 🎺 🎻 🎼 🎽 🎾 🎿
U+1F3Cx 🏀 🏁 🏂 🏃 🏄 🏅 🏆 🏇 🏈 🏉 🏊 🏋 🏌 🏍 🏎 🏏
U+1F3Dx 🏐 🏑 🏒 🏓 🏔 🏕 🏖 🏗 🏘 🏙 🏚 🏛 🏜 🏝 🏞 🏟
U+1F3Ex 🏠 🏡 🏢 🏣 🏤 🏥 🏦 🏧 🏨 🏩 🏪 🏫 🏬 🏭 🏮 🏯
U+1F3Fx 🏰 🏱 🏲 🏳 🏴 🏵 🏶 🏷 🏸 🏹 🏺 🏻 🏼 🏽 🏾 🏿
U+1F40x 🐀 🐁 🐂 🐃 🐄 🐅 🐆 🐇 🐈 🐉 🐊 🐋 🐌 🐍 🐎 🐏
U+1F41x 🐐 🐑 🐒 🐓 🐔 🐕 🐖 🐗 🐘 🐙 🐚 🐛 🐜 🐝 🐞 🐟
U+1F42x 🐠 🐡 🐢 🐣 🐤 🐥 🐦 🐧 🐨 🐩 🐪 🐫 🐬 🐭 🐮 🐯
U+1F43x 🐰 🐱 🐲 🐳 🐴 🐵 🐶 🐷 🐸 🐹 🐺 🐻 🐼 🐽 🐾 🐿
U+1F44x 👀 👁 👂 👃 👄 👅 👆 👇 👈 👉 👊 👋 👌 👍 👎 👏
U+1F45x 👐 👑 👒 👓 👔 👕 👖 👗 👘 👙 👚 👛 👜 👝 👞 👟
U+1F46x 👠 👡 👢 👣 👤 👥 👦 👧 👨 👩 👪 👫 👬 👭 👮 👯
U+1F47x 👰 👱 👲 👳 👴 👵 👶 👷 👸 👹 👺 👻 👼 👽 👾 👿
U+1F48x 💀 💁 💂 💃 💄 💅 💆 💇 💈 💉 💊 💋 💌 💍 💎 💏
U+1F49x 💐 💑 💒 💓 💔 💕 💖 💗 💘 💙 💚 💛 💜 💝 💞 💟
U+1F4Ax 💠 💡 💢 💣 💤 💥 💦 💧 💨 💩 💪 💫 💬 💭 💮 💯
U+1F4Bx 💰 💱 💲 💳 💴 💵 💶 💷 💸 💹 💺 💻 💼 💽 💾 💿
U+1F4Cx 📀 📁 📂 📃 📄 📅 📆 📇 📈 📉 📊 📋 📌 📍 📎 📏
U+1F4Dx 📐 📑 📒 📓 📔 📕 📖 📗 📘 📙 📚 📛 📜 📝 📞 📟
U+1F4Ex 📠 📡 📢 📣 📤 📥 📦 📧 📨 📩 📪 📫 📬 📭 📮 📯
U+1F4Fx 📰 📱 📲 📳 📴 📵 📶 📷 📸 📹 📺 📻 📼 📽 📾 📿
U+1F50x 🔀 🔁 🔂 🔃 🔄 🔅 🔆 🔇 🔈 🔉 🔊 🔋 🔌 🔍 🔎 🔏
U+1F51x 🔐 🔑 🔒 🔓 🔔 🔕 🔖 🔗 🔘 🔙 🔚 🔛 🔜 🔝 🔞 🔟
U+1F52x 🔠 🔡 🔢 🔣 🔤 🔥 🔦 🔧 🔨 🔩 🔪 🔫 🔬 🔭 🔮 🔯
U+1F53x 🔰 🔱 🔲 🔳 🔴 🔵 🔶 🔷 🔸 🔹 🔺 🔻 🔼 🔽 🔾 🔿
U+1F54x 🕀 🕁 🕂 🕃 🕄 🕅 🕆 🕇 🕈 🕉 🕊 🕋 🕌 🕍 🕎 🕏
U+1F55x 🕐 🕑 🕒 🕓 🕔 🕕 🕖 🕗 🕘 🕙 🕚 🕛 🕜 🕝 🕞 🕟
U+1F56x 🕠 🕡 🕢 🕣 🕤 🕥 🕦 🕧 🕨 🕩 🕪 🕫 🕬 🕭 🕮 🕯
U+1F57x 🕰 🕱 🕲 🕳 🕴 🕵 🕶 🕷 🕸 🕹 🕺 🕻 🕼 🕽 🕾 🕿
U+1F58x 🖀 🖁 🖂 🖃 🖄 🖅 🖆 🖇 🖈 🖉 🖊 🖋 🖌 🖍 🖎 🖏
U+1F59x 🖐 🖑 🖒 🖓 🖔 🖕 🖖 🖗 🖘 🖙 🖚 🖛 🖜 🖝 🖞 🖟
U+1F5Ax 🖠 🖡 🖢 🖣 🖤 🖥 🖦 🖧 🖨 🖩 🖪 🖫 🖬 🖭 🖮 🖯
U+1F5Bx 🖰 🖱 🖲 🖳 🖴 🖵 🖶 🖷 🖸 🖹 🖺 🖻 🖼 🖽 🖾 🖿
U+1F5Cx 🗀 🗁 🗂 🗃 🗄 🗅 🗆 🗇 🗈 🗉 🗊 🗋 🗌 🗍 🗎 🗏
U+1F5Dx 🗐 🗑 🗒 🗓 🗔 🗕 🗖 🗗 🗘 🗙 🗚 🗛 🗜 🗝 🗞 🗟
U+1F5Ex 🗠 🗡 🗢 🗣 🗤 🗥 🗦 🗧 🗨 🗩 🗪 🗫 🗬 🗭 🗮 🗯
U+1F5Fx 🗰 🗱 🗲 🗳 🗴 🗵 🗶 🗷 🗸 🗹 🗺 🗻 🗼 🗽 🗾 🗿
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 10.0

History[edit]

The following Unicode-related documents record the purpose and process of defining specific characters in the Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs block:

Version Final code points[a] Count L2 ID WG2 ID Document
6.0 U+1F300..1F320, 1F330..1F335, 1F337..1F37C, 1F380..1F393, 1F3A0..1F3C4, 1F3C6..1F3CA, 1F3E0..1F3F0, 1F400..1F43E, 1F440, 1F442..1F4F7, 1F4F9..1F4FC, 1F500..1F53D, 1F550..1F567, 1F5FB..1F5FF 529 L2/00-152 Asher, Graham (2000-04-26), NTT DoCoMo Pictographs 
L2/00-201 French, Howard W. (2000-06-12), E-mail a huge hit among Japanese cell-phone users 
L2/06-369 Davis, Mark (2006-11-01), Symbols 
L2/06-380 Goldsmith, Deborah (2006-11-06), Apple Symbols 
L2/07-257, table.zip Momoi, Kat; Davis, Mark; Scherer, Markus (2007-08-03), Working Draft Proposal for Encoding Emoji Symbols 
L2/07-274R Davis, Mark (2007-08-09), Symbols draft resolution 
L2/07-225 Moore, Lisa (2007-08-21), "B.15.3", UTC #112 Minutes 
L2/08-080R, zip file Momoi, Kat; Davis, Mark; Scherer, Markus (2008-01-28), Emoji Proposal Data 
L2/08-081 Momoi, Kat; Davis, Mark; Scherer, Markus (2008-01-28), Working Draft Proposal (2) for Encoding Emoji Symbols 
L2/08-106 Momoi, Kat; Scherer, Markus (2008-02-05), Feedback on the Updated Emoji Encoding Proposal (=L2/08-081) 
L2/08-305 Pentzlin, Karl (2008-08-09), Some suggestions about the encoding of national flags as requested by the Emoji proposal (L2/08-081) 
L2/08-309 Scherer, Markus (2008-08-12), Emoji Encoding Proposal: Progress Report 
L2/08-314 Edberg, Peter (2008-08-12), Emoticon Core Set - working proposal 
L2/08-315 Scherer, Markus (2008-08-12), Emoji Open Issues 
L2/09-007 Lommel, Arle (2008-12-26), Comparison of Emoticons from Major Vendors 
L2/09-025R2 N3582[b] Scherer, Markus; Davis, Mark; Momoi, Kat; Tong, Darick; Kida, Yasuo; Edberg, Peter (2009-03-05), Proposal for Encoding Emoji Symbols 
L2/09-026R N3583 Scherer, Markus; Davis, Mark; Momoi, Kat; Tong, Darick; Kida, Yasuo; Edberg, Peter (2009-02-06), Emoji Symbols Proposed for New Encoding 
L2/09-027R2 N3681 Scherer, Markus (2009-09-17), Emoji Symbols: Background Data 
L2/09-078 N3585 Scherer, Markus (2009-02-06), Emoji Sources 
L2/09-003R Moore, Lisa (2009-02-12), "D.2", UTC #118 / L2 #215 Minutes 
L2/09-114 N3607 Towards an encoding of symbol characters used as emoji, 2009-04-06 
L2/09-139 N3614[c] Scherer, Markus; Davis, Mark; Momoi, Kat; Tong, Darick; Kida, Yasuo; Edberg, Peter (2009-04-09), Response to Concerns Raised in N3607 About Encoding Emoji Characters 
N3619 Momoi, Kat (2009-04-17), Support Statements from KDDI/AU, SoftBank, and NTT docomo to Google/Apple Emoji Proposal 
L2/09-153 N3636 Constable, Peter (2009-04-22), Emoji ad-hoc meeting report 
L2/09-104 Moore, Lisa (2009-05-20), "B.16.1", UTC #119 / L2 #216 Minutes 
L2/09-272 Scherer, Markus; Davis, Mark; Momoi, Kat; Edberg, Peter (2009-08-06), Emoji: Review of PDAM 8 
L2/09-304 Anderson, Deborah (2009-08-15), US Position on PDAM 8 
L2/09-225R Moore, Lisa (2009-08-17), "D.1", UTC #120 / L2 #217 Minutes 
L2/09-323 N3687 Proposal to encode two additional Mailbox Symbols complementing the Emoji set, 2009-09-21 
N3712 Scherer, Markus (2009-10-21), Emoji sources 
L2/09-370 N3711 Ogata, Katsuhiro; et al. (2009-10-22), A Proposal to Revise a Part of Emoticons in PDAM 8 
L2/10-025 N3726 Constable, Peter (2009-10-27), Emoji ad-hoc meeting report 2009-10-27 
N3728 Scherer, Markus (2009-10-28), Emoji sources 
L2/09-412 N3722 Suignard, Michel (2009-11-02), Disposition of comments on SC2 N 4078 (PDAM text for Amendment 8 to ISO/IEC 10646:2003) 
L2/10-061R Scherer, Markus; et al. (2010-02-04), Emoji: Review of FPDAM8 
L2/10-015R Moore, Lisa (2010-02-09), "D.1.4", UTC #122 / L2 #219 Minutes 
L2/10-088 N3776 DoCoMo Input on Emoji, 2010-03-08 
L2/10-089 N3777 KDDI Input on Emoji, 2010-03-08 
L2/10-090 N3783 Willcom Input on Emoji, 2010-03-08 
L2/10-126 Pentzlin, Karl (2010-04-16), Problems concerning "U+1F471 WESTERN PERSON" in ISO-IEC 10646 FPDAM8 
L2/10-137 N3828 Suignard, Michel (2010-04-22), Disposition of comments on SC2 N 4123 (FPDAM text for Amendment 8 to ISO/IEC 10646:2003) 
L2/10-150 N3835 Scherer, Markus (2010-04-24), Emoji Sources 
L2/10-132 Scherer, Markus; Davis, Mark; Momoi, Kat; Tong, Darick; Kida, Yasuo; Edberg, Peter (2010-04-27), Emoji Symbols: Background Data 
L2/10-138 N3829 Constable, Peter; et al. (2010-04-27), Emoji Ad-Hoc Meeting Report 
L2/10-148 N3804 Umamaheswaran, V. S. (2010-04-27), "M56.01", Resolutions of WG 2 meeting 56 
L2/10-108 Moore, Lisa (2010-05-19), "B.13.1.1", UTC #123 / L2 #220 Minutes 
L2/11-415 Edberg, Peter (2011-10-28), Unified Emoji Reference 
L2/12-198 Edberg, Peter (2012-05-11), Line break issues with characters used for emoji 
L2/12-112 Moore, Lisa (2012-05-17), "B.14.10", UTC #131 / L2 #228 Minutes 
L2/15-015R2 Davis, Mark; et al. (2015-01-21), Recommended Unicode Glyph / Nameslist changes 
L2/15-057 Davis, Mark (2015-02-01), Emoji Press Page 
L2/15-071R Davis, Mark; Burge, Jeremy (2015-02-03), More Unicode Emoji Glyph changes 
L2/15-141, html Davis, Mark; Edberg, Peter (2015-03-31), Emoji Glyph and Annotation Recommendations 
L2/15-199 Proposed annotation additions for Unicode 9.0, 2015-07-31 
L2/15-322 Edberg, Peter; Davis, Mark (2015-11-04), Remove 2 characters from Emoji_Modifier_Base 
L2/16-036 Davis, Mark (2016-01-24), Nameslist.txt suggestions 
L2/16-228 Constable, Peter; Safran-Aasen, Judy; Coady, Michele; Bjornstad, Shelley (2016-08-04), Proposed Additions to Emoji_Modifier_Base 
L2/16-203 Moore, Lisa (2016-08-18), "B.12.1.3", UTC #148 Minutes 
L2/16-281 Burge, Jeremy; Hunt, Paul (2016-10-17), Emoji Glyph Updates 
L2/16-332 Edberg, Peter; et al. (2016-11-04), Remove multi-person emoji from Emoji_Modifier_Base 
L2/16-361 Pournader, Roozbeh; Felt, Doug (2016-11-07), Add text and emoji standardized variation sequences for 96 symbols 
L2/16-325 Moore, Lisa (2016-11-18), UTC #149 Minutes 
6.1 U+1F540..1F543 4 L2/09-310R N3772 Shardt, Yuri; Andreev, Aleksandr (2009-08-18), Proposal to Encode the Typikon Symbols in Unicode 
L2/10-305 Anderson, Deborah (2010-08-06), Spelling of CROSS POMMY in 1F540, 1F541, 1F542 
L2/10-390R "M57.05", Resolutions of WG2 meeting #57, Busan Korea, 2010-10-11 
7.0 U+1F321..1F32C, 1F336, 1F37D, 1F394..1F39F, 1F3C5, 1F3CB..1F3CE, 1F3D4..1F3DF, 1F3F1..1F3F7, 1F43F, 1F441, 1F4F8, 1F4FD..1F4FE, 1F53E..1F53F, 1F546..1F54A, 1F568..1F579, 1F57B..1F5A3, 1F5A5..1F5FA 207 L2/11-052R Suignard, Michel (2011-02-15), Wingdings and Webdings symbols - Preliminary study 
N4239 Suignard, Michel (2011-02-16), Disposition of comments on SC2 N 4201 (PDAM text for Amendment 1.2 to ISO/IEC 10646 3rd edition) 
L2/11-149 Suignard, Michel (2011-05-09), Proposal to add Wingdings and Webdings symbols 
L2/11-196 N4022 Suignard, Michel (2011-05-21), Revised Wingdings proposal 
L2/11-247 N4115 Suignard, Michel (2011-06-08), Proposal to add Wingdings and Webdings Symbols 
L2/11-344 N4143 Suignard, Michel (2011-09-28), Updated proposal to add Wingdings and Webdings Symbols 
N4306R Suignard, Michel (2012-10-09), Disposition of comments on SC2 N 4228 (PDAM text for Amendment 2 to ISO/IEC 10646 3rd edition) 
N4363 Suignard, Michel (2012-10-13), Status of encoding of Wingdings and Webdings Symbols 
L2/12-368 N4384 Suignard, Michel (2012-11-06), Status of encoding of Wingdings and Webdings Symbols 
L2/12-086 Requests regarding the Wingdings/Webdings characters in ISO/IEC 10646 PDAM 1.2, 2012-12-27 
L2/15-050R[d] Davis, Mark; et al. (2015-01-29), Additional variation selectors for emoji 
L2/15-141, html Davis, Mark; Edberg, Peter (2015-03-31), Emoji Glyph and Annotation Recommendations 
L2/15-201 Allow emoji modifiers for 2 existing and 1 proposed characters, 2015-07-31 
L2/15-274 LEFT SPEECH BUBBLE as emoji; modifiers for SLEUTH..., 2015-10-29 
L2/15-301[e] Pournader, Roozbeh (2015-11-01), A proposal for 278 standardized variation sequences for emoji 
L2/16-157 Davis, Mark (2016-05-10), VS in emoji sequences 
L2/16-121 Moore, Lisa (2016-05-20), "B.11.13.3", UTC #147 Minutes 
L2/16-228 Constable, Peter; Safran-Aasen, Judy; Coady, Michele; Bjornstad, Shelley (2016-08-04), Proposed Additions to Emoji_Modifier_Base 
L2/16-203 Moore, Lisa (2016-08-18), "B.12.1.3", UTC #148 Minutes 
U+1F544 1 L2/10-395R2 N3971 Shardt, Yuri; Simmons, Nikita; Andreev, Aleksandr (2011-01-14), Proposal to Encode the Typikon Symbols in Unicode: Part 2 Old Rite Symbols 
U+1F545 1 L2/11-031 Andreev, Aleksandr; Shardt, Yuri; Simmons, Nikita (2011-01-31), Proposal to Encode the Mark's Chapter Glyph 
8.0 U+1F32D..1F32F, 1F37E..1F37F 5 L2/14-174R Davis, Mark; Edberg, Peter (2014-08-27), Emoji Additions 
L2/14-172R Davis, Mark; Edberg, Peter (2014-08-29), Proposed enhancements for emoji characters: background 
L2/14-275 Edberg, Peter; et al. (2014-10-23), Emoji ad-hoc committee recommendations to UTC #141 
L2/14-272R2 Edberg, Peter; Davis, Mark (2014-10-28), Emoji Additions: Popular requests 
L2/15-025 Anderson, Deborah (2014-10-30), Future Additions to ISO/IEC 10646 
L2/15-030 Davis, Mark (2015-01-29), Emojipedia top requests 
U+1F3CF..1F3D3, 1F3F8 6 L2/14-273R[f] Edberg, Peter; Davis, Mark (2014-10-27), Emoji Additions: Sports symbols 
L2/15-030 Davis, Mark (2015-01-29), Emojipedia top requests 
L2/15-032R Davis, Mark (2015-02-23), Recommended Disposition on Feedback for PRI 286 & related Emoji docs 
U+1F3F9..1F3FA 2 L2/14-284R2[f] Edberg, Peter; Davis, Mark (2014-10-28), Emoji-System Compatibility Additions 
L2/15-199 Proposed annotation additions for Unicode 9.0, 2015-07-31 
U+1F3FB..1F3FF 5 L2/14-173R Edberg, Peter; Davis, Mark (2014-08-05), Variation selectors for Emoji skin tone 
L2/14-204 Parrott, Katrina (2014-08-07), Suggested Skin Tone Variants 
L2/14-172R Davis, Mark; Edberg, Peter (2014-08-29), Proposed enhancements for emoji characters: background 
L2/14-213 N4599 Edberg, Peter; et al. (2014-09-11), Skin tone modifier symbols 
L2/14-227 N4646 Toshiya, Suzuki; Tashiro, Shuichi; Kobayashi, Tatsuo (2014-10-01), Proposal of Tone Modifier Symbols for Emoji 
L2/14-226 N4644 Everson, Michael (2014-10-02), Proposal to encode Portrait Symbols in the SMP of the UCS 
L2/15-032R Davis, Mark (2015-02-23), Recommended Disposition on Feedback for PRI 286 & related Emoji docs 
U+1F4FF, 1F54B..1F54E 5 L2/14-235R3[f] Afshar, Shervin; Pournader, Roozbeh (2014-11-01), Emoji and Symbol Additions - Religious Symbols and Structures 
U+1F54F 1 L2/12-359 N4393 stas624-uni (2012-11-02), Proposal to encode BOWL OF HYGIEIA 
9.0 U+1F57A, 1F5A4 2 L2/15-030 Davis, Mark (2015-01-29), Emojipedia top requests 
L2/15-048 Parrott, Katrina; et al. (2015-01-31), Adding gender counterparts to emoji list? 
L2/15-061 Cummings, Craig (2015-01-31), Emoji Additions: Runner-ups 
L2/15-054R4 Cummings, Craig (2015-05-08), Emoji Additions: Animals, Compatibility, and More Popular Requests 
  1. ^ Proposed code points and characters names may differ from final code points and names
  2. ^ Japanese translation of N3582 is available as N3621
  3. ^ Japanese translation of N3614 is available as N3620
  4. ^ See also L2/13-207, L2/14-054, L2/14-063, L2/15-051.html, L2/15-051.txt
  5. ^ See also L2/15-198 and L2/15-275
  6. ^ a b c See also L2/14-172R, L2/14-174R, L2/14-275, and L2/15-025

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  2. ^ "Enumerated Versions of The Unicode Standard". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  3. ^ "UTR #51: Unicode Emoji". Unicode Consortium. 2017-05-18. 
  4. ^ a b "UCD: Emoji Data for UTR #51". Unicode Consortium. 2017-03-27. 
  5. ^ "UTS #51 Emoji Variation Sequences". The Unicode Consortium. 
  6. ^ "The default representation of these modifier characters when used alone is as a color swatch. Whenever one of these characters immediately follows certain characters (such as WOMAN), then a font should show the sequence as a single glyph corresponding to the image for the person(s) or body part with the specified skin tone" Draft Unicode Technical Report #51 "UNICODE EMOJI" Version 1.0 (draft 10) eds. Mark Davis (Google Inc.), Peter Edberg (Apple Inc.), 2015-05-08.
  7. ^ "Perhaps I wouldn’t mind that the emoji world now literally has “colored” people, if it weren’t for the timing. Instead, what could have been a meaningless, empty gesture becomes an outright insult. You can’t write your name in your native language, but at least you can tweet your frustration with an emoji face that’s the same shade of brown as yours!" Aditya Mukerjee , "I Can Text You A Pile of Poo, But I Can’t Write My Name", Model View Culture 43, 17 March 2015. Google's New Emoji Aimed At Promoting Gender Equality Are Coming, Slashdot 14 July 2016.