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List of emoticons
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This is a list of notable and commonly used emoticons or textual portrayals of a writer's mood
or facial expression in the form of icons. The Western use of emoticons is quite different from
Eastern usage, and Internet forums, such as 2channel, typically, show expressions in their
own ways. In recent times, graphic representations, both static and animated, have taken the
place of traditional emoticons in the form of icons.

A simple smiley

Contents
1 Western
2 Eastern
3 Unicode characters
4 References

Western
See also: Emoticon#Western style

The emoticon in Western style is written most often from left to right as though the head is rotated counter-
clockwise 90 degrees. Thus, most commonly, one will see the eyes on the left, followed by the nose (often not
included) and mouth. Typically, a colon is used for the eyes of a face, unless a wink is to be implied (this would use
a semicolon to imply one closed eye). However, an equal sign, a number 8, and a capital letter B are also used
interchangeably to refer to normal eyes or those with glasses. Also, you can add a "}" after the mouth symbol – "(",
")", etc. – to indicate a beard.

Icon Meaning
:-
) :) :o) :] :3 :c) :> Smiley or happy face.[1][2][3]
=] 8) =) :} :^) :っ)

:-D :D 8-D 8D x-D xD


X-D XD =-D =D =-3 =3 Laughing,[1] big grin,[2][3] laugh with glasses[4]
B^D

:-)) Very happy or double chin[4]


>:[ :-( :( :-c :c :-<
Frown,[1][2][3] sad[5]
:っC :< :-[ :[ :{

:-|| :@ Angry[4]
:'-( :'( Crying[5]
:'-) :')
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Tears of happiness[5]
QQ Crying[6]
D:< D: D8 D; D= DX v.v
Horror, disgust, sadness, great dismay[2][3]
D-':

>:O :-O :O °o° °O° :O


Surprise, shock,[1][6] yawn[7]
o_O o_0 o.O 8-0

:* :^* ( '}{' ) Kiss, couple kissing[4]


;-) ;) *-) *) ;-
Wink,[1][2][3] smirk[6][7]
] ;] ;D ;^) :-,

>:P :-P :P X-P x-p xp


XP :-p :p =p :-Þ :Þ :- Tongue sticking out, cheeky/playful,[1] blowing a raspberry
b :b

>:\ >:/ :-/ :-. :/ :\


Skeptical, annoyed, undecided, uneasy, hesitant[1]
=/ =\ :L =L :S >.<

:-| Straight face[2] no expression, indecision[5]


:$ Embarrassed,[3] blushing[4]
:-X :X :-# :# Sealed lips or wearing braces[1]
O:-) 0:-3 0:3 0:-) 0:)
Angel,[1][2][6] saint,[5] innocent
0;^)

>:) >;) >:-) Evil[2]


}:-) }:) 3:-) 3:) Devilish[5]
o/\o ^5 >_>^ ^<_< High five[7]
|;-) |-O Cool,[5] bored/yawning[6]
:-& :& Tongue-tied[5]
#-) Partied all night[5]
%-) %) Drunk,[5] confused
:-###.. :###.. Being sick[5]
<:-| Dumb, dunce-like[6]
Look of disapproval[8] The Unicode character ಠ is from the Kannada alphabet
ಠ_ಠ and can be called differently in HTML notation: &#3232;and &#x0CA0;(for
Unicode)
ಠ_ರೃ 1-percenter look of disapproval, monocle, snooty, worthier than thou[9]
<*)))-{ ><(((*> ><> Fish, something's fishy,[6] Christian fish[4]
*\0/* Cheerleader[4]
@}-;-'--- @>-->-- Rose[1][6]
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~(_8^(I) Homer Simpson[6]


5:-) ~:-\ Elvis Presley[6][7]
//0-0\\ John Lennon[6]
*<|:-) Santa Claus[10]
=:o] Bill Clinton[10]
,:-) 7:^] Ronald Reagan[10]
[ ]< Google+ Hangout[10]
<3 </3 Heart and broken-heart (reverse-rotation)[11]

Eastern
Eastern emoticons generally are not rotated, and may include non-Latin characters to allow for additional
complexity.

Icon Meaning
(>_<) (>_<)> Troubled[12][13]
(';') Baby[12]
(^^ゞ (^_^;) (-_-;) (~_~;) (・。・;) (・_・;) (・・;) Nervous, embarrassed,[12] troubled, shy,[13] sweat
 ^^; ^_^; (#^.^#) (^ ^;) drop[4]
.。o○ ○o。. Bubbles[12]
<コ:彡 Squid[12]
(^。^)y-.。o○ (-。-)y-゜゜゜ Smoking[12]
(-_-)zzz Sleeping[12]
(^_-) (^_-)-☆ Wink[12]
((+_+)) (+o+) (゜゜) (゜-゜) (゜.゜) (゜_゜) (゜_゜>) (゜レ゜) Confused[12]
(o|o) Ultraman [12]
<(`^´)> [12]

^_^ (゜o゜) (^_^)/ (^O^)/ (^o^)/ (^^)/ (≧∇≦)/ (^o^)


Joyful[12][13][14]
丿 ∩( ・ω・)∩ ( ・ω・) ^ω^
(__) _(._.)_ _(_^_)_ <(_ _)> <m(__)m>  Kowtow as a sign of respect, or dogeza for
m(__)m m(_ _)m apology[12][13]
(゜゜)~ Tadpole[12]
( ^^) _U~~ ( ^^) _旦~~ Cup of tea[12]
Shooting star[12]
☆彡 ☆ミ
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\(゜ロ\)ココハドコ? (/ロ゜)/アタシハダアレ? "Where am I?", "Who am I?"[12]


>゜)))彡 (Q )) ><ヨヨ (゜))<< >゜))))彡 <゜)))彡 >゜))彡 <+
Fish[12]
))><< <*)) >=<
('_') (/_;) (T_T) (;_;) (;_; (;_:) (;O;) (:_;) (ToT) (T▽T) Sad, crying[12][13]
(ー_ー)!! (-.-) (-_-) ( 一一) (;一_一) Shame[12]
C:。ミ Octopus[12]
(=_=) Tired[12]
~>゜)~~~  Snake[12]
~゜・_・゜~  Bat[12]
(=^・^=) (=^・・^=) =^_^= Cat[12][14]
(..) (._.) Looking down[12]
^m^ [12]

(・・? (?_?) Confusion[12]


>^_^< <^!^> ^/^ (*^_^*) §^。^§ (^<^) (^.^) (^ム^)
(^・^) (^。^) (^_^.) (^_^) (^^) (^J^) (*^。^*) ^_^ Normal laugh[12]
(#^.^#) (^-^)
(^^)/~~~ (^_^)/~ (;_;)/~~~ (^.^)/~~~ ($・・)/~~~
Waving[12]
(@^^)/~~~ (T_T)/~~~ (ToT)/~~~
●~* Bomb[12]
(V)o¥o(V) [12]

\(~o~)/ \(^o^)/ \(-o-)/ ヽ(^。^)ノ ヽ(^o^)丿


Excited[12]
(*^0^*)
(*_*) (*_*; (+_+) (@_@) (@_@。 (@_@;) \ [12]
(◎o◎)/!
(-_-)/~~~ピシー!ピシー! [12]

!(^^)! [12]

(*^^)v (^^)v (^_^)v (^▽^) (・∀・) ( ´∀`)


Laughing, cheerful[12][13]
(⌒▽⌒) (^v^) (’-’*)
(~o~) (~_~) [12]

(^^ゞ [12]

(p_-) [12]

(-"-) (ーー゛) (^_^メ) (-_-メ) (`´) (~_~メ) 
Worried[12][13]
(--〆) (・へ・) <`~´> <`ヘ´> (ーー;)

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(^0_0^) Eyeglasses[12]
( ..)φメモメモ φ(..)メモメモ [12]

:-P :-O |:3ミ :-> 8-< :-) :-< :( :-( :) :| :-| [12]

(●^o^●) (^v^) (^u^) (^◇^) (


Happy[12][13]
^)o(^ ) (^O^) (^o^) (^○^) )^o^( (*^▽^*)
( ̄ー ̄) Grinning[13]
( ̄□ ̄;) Surprised[13]
(*´▽`*) (*°∀°)=3 Infatuation[13]
( ゚ Д゚) (゜◇゜) Shocked, surprised[13]
(* ̄m ̄) Dissatisfied[13]
ヽ(´ー`)┌ Mellow[13]
(´・ω・`) (‘A`) Snubbed or deflated[13]
(*^3^)/~☆ Blowing a kiss[15]
.....φ(・∀・*) Studying is good[15]
"It's here", Kitaa!, a general expression of excitement
キタ━━━(゜∀゜)━━━!!!!!
that something has appeared or happened.[13]
Despair. The "O" or "o" represents one's head on the
_| ̄|○ STO OTZ OTL orz ground, "T" or "r" forms the torso and "S" or "Z"
forms the legs.[13]
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ ┳━┳ ◡ ヽ(`Д´)ノ ┻━┻ Table flip[16]

Unicode characters
Some emoticons are included in the Unicode standard—three in the Miscellaneous Symbols block, and over sixty
in the Emoticons block.

Miscellaneous Symbols (partial)[1]


Unicode.org chart (http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2600.pdf) (PDF)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+263x ☰ ☱ ☲ ☳ ☴ ☵ ☶ ☷ ☸ ☹ ☺ ☻ ☼ ☽ ☾ ☿
Notes

1.^ As of Unicode version 6.0

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Emoticons [1]
Unicode.org chart (http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1F600.pdf) (PDF)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1F60x

U+1F61x

U+1F62x

U+1F63x

U+1F64x
Notes

1.^ As of Unicode version 6.1

References

1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Paul H. Gil (2009 June). "Emoticons and Smileys 101"


(http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/netiquette101/a/bl_emoticons101.htm) .
http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/netiquette101/a/bl_emoticons101.htm. Retrieved 2 August 2009.
2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Yahoo messenger emoticons" (http://messenger.yahoo.com/features/emoticons) .
http://messenger.yahoo.com/features/emoticons. Retrieved 2 August 2009.
3. ^ a b c d e f "MSN messenger emoticons" (http://messenger.msn.com/Resource/Emoticons.aspx) .
http://messenger.msn.com/Resource/Emoticons.aspx. Retrieved 2 August 2009.
4. ^ a b c d e f g h "List of Text Emoticons" (http://www.cool-smileys.com/text-emoticons) . http://www.cool-
smileys.com/text-emoticons. Retrieved 20 July 2012.
5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Orlowski, Andrew (27 January 2006). "Cingular applies to patent smileys"
(http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/01/27/cingular_emoticon_patent/print.html) . The Register.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/01/27/cingular_emoticon_patent/print.html. Retrieved 27 December 2011.
6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Williams, Alex (29 July 2007). "(-: Just Between You and Me ;-)"
(http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/29/fashion/29emoticon.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1324977377-
s6dQBUnsujZZFqGXwcwCjA) . The New York Times.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/29/fashion/29emoticon.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1324977377-
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7. ^ a b c d "Net For Beginners" (http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/netiquette101/a/bl_emoticons101_5.htm) .
http://netforbeginners.about.com/cs/netiquette101/a/bl_emoticons101_5.htm. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
8. ^ Bellamy, Seamus (8 December 2011). "Browser Extension of the Week: Look of Disapproval"
(http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/browser_extension_week_look_disapproval) . Maximum PC.
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/browser_extension_week_look_disapproval. Retrieved 30 December
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9. ^ "1-percenter look of disapproval" (http://emojicons.com/e/1-percenter-look-of-disapproval) . Emojicons. 7 March
2012. http://emojicons.com/e/1-percenter-look-of-disapproval. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
10. ^ a b c d Kent, Peter (2001). The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Internet (http://books.google.com/books?
id=zquOXulD67IC&pg=PA112&dq=emoticons#v=onepage&q=emoticons&f=false) . Indianapolis, IN: Penguin
Books. p. 112. ISBN 0-7897-2523-1. http://books.google.com/books?
id=zquOXulD67IC&pg=PA112&dq=emoticons#v=onepage&q=emoticons&f=false. Retrieved 27 December 2011.
11. ^ Doll, Jen (24 March 2011). "Oxford English Dictionary Now Includes Heart"
(http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2011/03/oxford_english.php) . Village Voice.
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