Text Emojis or Emoticons ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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( ︶。︶✽)
(` A´)
⊙︿⊙
╏つ ͜ಠ ‸ ͜ಠ ╏つ
୧༼ಠ益ಠ╭∩╮༽
(ಠ╭╮ಠ)
(งಠーಠ)ง
¯\_( ͠° ͟- °͠ )_/¯
॓_॔
(✿ •‿•)
(*^ᴗ^*)
(o´・₃・)♥
(ο´ₔ`ο)ゝ
ʕ● ❛ᴥ❛ ●ʔ
(* ^‿^*)
✿(≧ᴗ≦ .)
(^/ε\^* )
@^ ‿^@
╰(‘‿’ )╯
\(≧∇≦)/
(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ”
(✿˘∇˘)
✧♡(◕‿◕✿)
┌[ ◔ ͜ ʖ ◔ ]┐
\(^ u ^)/
乂⍱‿●乂
ಠ‿↼
(づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ
ʅ(★ᴗ★)ʃ
⎝(*^ᴥ^*)⎠
✽(˘◡˘)/✽
|●.●| zzz
(◔_◔)
(ó.ò)
(❍.❍)
(?_?)
(●__● )
╭(♥.♥)╮
(- _-)
(^_^)
┌П┐(►˛◄’ )
(╯ಠ‿ಠ )╯︵┻━┻
ヽ(`ロ´)/
¯\_༼ ᴼل͜ᴼ ༽_/¯
( ╬ ◣ ౪ ◢)y━・~
(ノ*’︿’*)ノ彡┻━┻
。゚・。(ಥ▽ಥ)。゚・。
( ´●_●)
╥﹏╥
【ꖘ◡ꖘ】
(┳◇┳)
(Q_Q;)
≫(✿╹◡╹)≪
(ˇ ᵋ ˇ)❤⁍-✮
(✿◕‿◕✿)
(❃◕ᴗ◕)
(=^‥^)っ
( ✿ •”̮•)
(◞‸◟ )
(ㆀ◞ ‸ ◟ㆀ)
(◞‸◟)
໒( •́ ∧ •̀ )७
( ◞ ‸◟。 )
۹(ÒہÓ)۶
( ★^.^★ )
〔 ´ω`〕
✽◟(•.•)◞✽
|ʘ ▽ ʘ|
(✿Uᵔᴥᵔ)♡
( • )( • ) ԅ(´ཀ` ⑊)
(^.~)
(✿˵ゝᵕ ᵒ˵)♥
(ミゝᴗ 0ミ)
(‿ˠ‿)
(◦˘‿˘)
(✪‿✪)ノ
꒰˘̩̩̩⌣˘̩̩̩๑꒱☼
【。૦ઁU૦ઁ。】
⌒°(✿°‿°)°⌒
( ͡ᵔ ͜ʖ ͡ᵔ )
───==≡≡ΣΣ((( つºل͜º)つ
◔ ⌣ ◔
(●´∀`)ノ♡
(✿◕ ͜ʖ ◕)
╰( ‘‿’)╮
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
(੭*ˊᵕˋ)੭
(ෆ❤‿❤)✿
(ᵔ ̮ ᵔ)›❤
(♥ˆ ‿ˆ ♥)
♡(*´♥▾♥)(・ω・`*)♡
(థ ﹏ థ)
( ˘・з・˘)ゞ
(・˘̩̩̩̩̩̩ ェ˘̩̩̩̩̩̩・)
ヽ(◕ゝ◕)ノ
( ✿˃̣̣̥᷄.⌓˂̣̣̥᷅ )
\ (´-_-`)/
╮(´ _ゝ`)╭
( ◞ _◟ )
o(;⌒;)o
(。•́︿•̀。)
՞(ᗒ︵ᗕ)՞
(⋟ ꞈ⋞)
ヾ(>ω< )╯
(♥≧ワ≦ )
(。◕‿◕。)
⋆◟(∂‿∂)◞⋆
(˘̩̩̩.̫ ˘̩ƪ)
●~* ε≡≡ ヘ(;❛ ᗜ❛)ノ
(-^ω^)
( ͡• ͜ʟ ͡• ✿)
(❥◦˘ З(◦’ںˉ◦)♡
(⋆˘ ³˘(❛ ہ ❛⋆)♡
(☆´3`)
(♥ε♥)
(˘ ³˘ ʃƪ)
( ♡^-^)(˶ ˘ε˘˶ )
(。ΘεΘ 。)
( * ^❥^)
乁(■ ε ■)(˘ ε ˘ ˶)
(◕ᴥ◕U)(◕ε◕o)
(✿˵•́ ᴗ •̀˵)❛ε❛๑)
( ˘ 3˘(˘ε˘❁ )
(ɔ³♥(❛ε❛⋆)
(♥(˘⌣˘ )
(ΘᴗΘ)(◕ε◕)
(˶◡‿◡)❥(´ ❥ `)
( ˘ ³˘)~♥
( ˊᵕˋ )°♡.
~(^з^)-♡
⊆♥_ヮ♥⊇
( ‘́⌣’̀)(˘̩̩ε˘̩ƪ)
꒒ ০ ⌵ ୧ ♡
♡ⓛⓞⓥⓔ♡
(˶⚈Ɛ⚈˵)
<(︶。︶)>
(✿•̀︿•́)
(‘ ~`* )
(•̥̥̥︵•̥̥̥)
(ㆆ _ ㆆ)
ͼ(ݓ_ݓ)ͽ
(˵¯͒〰¯͒˵)
(✿ ŏ⅄ŏ )
( ಠ︹ಠ )
( ಥ︿ಥ)
ఠ ͟ಠ
(`︿´)
(⌣́_⌣̀)\(˘⌣˘ )
(。ˇ︵ˇ。)
(⌣́_⌣̀)
( /(Д)\)
◑ . ◑
─=≡Σᕕ(>﹏<)ᕗ
(◕_◕)=ε/̵͇̿̿/””̿””̿ ̿
(/ _\)
(≡@Д@)
(๑ꔸ⍘ꔸ)
(* /ω\*)
(/ ∀\* )
(U0//ᴥ//0U)
(ㄏ。・ω・。ㄏ)
(´ ∇`● )
⌒( ・x ・)⌒
(๑ᴖᴈᴖ)( ‘,’ ๑)
(〃˘ᵜ˘〃)
( ◎▽◎)ヾ
(*^Д^*)ゞ
∑(〇_〇;)
ʚ(˚o˚)ɞ
∑(⊙Д⊙ )
(✿◕◦◕)
∑(〇_〇;)
( ͡ಠ ∀ ಠ )
╰(*´◡`*)╯♡ Thanks★~彡
୧(๏д๏)୨
( ; ´ ᗩ`)
┌(;・д・)┘
(ಡоಡ)
( ・ั□・ั;)
( ๑´⌓ `๑ )
╰[ ⁰ ᐞ ⁰ ]╯
(⁎·́–ˑ·̀)
( ◕ω◕✿ )
ㄏ(。´д`。)ㄏ
Σ(っ゚Д゚;)づ
(´◑﹏◐`)
༼ つ ಥ_ಥ ༽つ
ᕕ༼✪ل͜✪༽ᕗ
༼ ಠ_ಠ ༽
༼ʘ̚ل͜ʘ̚༽
ヽ༼ຈʖ̯ຈ༽ノ
ʚ(o.o)ɞ
(੭・ω・)੭ (•́.•̀✿)
(੭・-)
ଘ(。╹ᴗ╹。)
ଘ ʚ(╹ー╹)ɞ(╹,╹)ɞ
(。•‿•。)ʚ(╹.╹✿)ɞ
✧o✧)ʚ(╹.╹❁)ɞ
[★`・◡・´]っ
∫(`ړײ)∫ゞ
(ƪਊ°)ƪ
✧ ≖౪≖)
( ´ థ‿థ)
(ಠ ̪ ಠ )
ᄽ ὁȍ.̫.̫őὀ ᄿ
♪♪*(´0`)*♪♪
( •▾•)~♪♬
ヽ (^o^ )ノ
┌(o^◡^o)┘♪
(∩♡.♡)⊃
\( ・◡・)┓
(х-х)
ʕx‸xʔ
ƈ ͡ (ŏ̥̥̥̥םŏ̥̥̥̥) ͡
ฅ(=>㉨<=)∫ ʚʘ͜͡)))❨
(っˆڡˆς) 🍔
( ´•ω•)🥗
(*^ω^*)/🍗
╰(ه’́ ∇ ’̀ه )/
Ψ(ه’́⌣’̀ه )/
ಠﭛಠ
٢ ì` ー´ ì
ρ(`ε ´)ρ
†_(・”・*)β
(ง ͠ಥ▾ಥ)ง
(ง꘠. ꘠)ง
(งȍᴗȍ)ง
(ง´༎ຶ◡´༎ຶ)ง
(ง⪩∀⪨)ง
(ง◕‸◕)ง
ƪ(⇀-↼)ง
( ̄∀ ̄)╭∩╮
(* ͜ʖ*)凸
(◍▼∀▼◍)╭∩╮
凸(^╹ ェ ╹メ^)
୧༼ಠ◇ಠ╭∩╮ ༽
┻━┻ ༼ ノຈل͜ຈ༽ノ︵┻━┻
༼ ノຈДຈ༽ノ︵┻━┻
((╯=Д= )╯︵┻━┻
(╯ ͝° ͜ʖ͡°)╯︵ ┻━┻
(ノ͡°Д ͡°)ノ︵┻┻
(┛ಠДಠ)┛彡┻━┻
(´ U ` ✿)
(✿o,o)
⊱≧❀‿❀≦⊰
(♥◡♥)⊃✿
( °ᴗ°✿)
(U0ᴥ0)U❀
( ˵´ᴗ`)✿
(♡≧ω≦)︻┻┳══━一一
(˃ᴗ˂)⌐╦╦═─
┌( ͝° ͜ʖ͡°)=ε/̵͇̿̿/’̿’̿ ̿
︻デ═一
( ❛‿❛)o┳-
▄︻̷̿┻̿═━一
| x з☆)
|_・ 。)
(☯ω├┬┴┬┴┬┴
| ョ ʘ)
| エ・)⊃
├┬┴┬┴ ﹏•́]
(੭▰﹏▰)੭
(╰ •ω•)╯ʕ◕ᴥ◕๑ʔ
(●˘3˘)ʕ·ᴥ·✿ʔ
(੭・ิヮ・ิ)੭(ŏ﹏ŏ。)
٩(♡๑ŏUŏ)۶ʕ•ᴥ•oʔ
( ⪰∇⪯)
(°∀°)
。:゚゚(´ᗜ`✿)・。
。゚ ( ゚≧ᗜ≦^゚)゚。
(꒪ᗢ꒪∗)
ʕ థᴥథʔ
。:゚゚(✿´∀`)・。
♪┏(・o・)┛♪┗ ( ˘o˘) ┓♪┏ ( ・o・) ┛♪┗ (˘o˘ ) ┓
(Ɔ ˘◡˘)♥(C˘◡˘ )(Ɔ ˘◡˘)♥(C˘◡˘ )
o͡͡͡╮༼ ºل͟º ༼ •ل͟• ༼ ºل͟º ༽ •ل͟• ༽╭o͡͡͡
\( *’ ◡ ‘* )ノ ♪(┌◕。◕)┌╰(‘‿’ )╯┌( ๑‿๑ ) ┘
(ღˇ◡ˇ) ♥ ♫♩♬ ♥
♥.(ღᴖ⌣ᴖღ) ♫・*:.。.
«-(¯`v´¯)- ♪♪-(¯`v´¯)-»
♪┏(´▽`┛ )♪
♪♪*(´0`)*♪♪
(ノ‥ )ノ♪(ノ‥ )ノ♬
♪└( ̄◇ ̄)┐♪
♪~ ᕕ(ᐛ)ᕗ
(•ω• *)ρ┳┷┳゚σ(´ω`*)
人人人へ(^ ェ ^)へ 人人人
( `_)乂(_’ )
v(▼益▼メ)ゞ
(つ▼¯▼)つ
┌(▼¯▼)┘
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About emoji text

The names of text emoji differ in different countries but the basis of text emoji remains the same. Text faces are visual representations of feelings, objects, or ideas using a combination of characters, letters, and symbols. They are commonly used in digital communications to enhance and convey emotion, tone, and context.

Text Emojis & Emoticons ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Text Emojis & Emoticons ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Text emojis can be created by arranging characters from various languages and symbols in a specific sequence or pattern to create a recognizable text face.

Here are some examples of commonly used text emoji: Angry text face (`A ´), Sad (◞‸◟), Table Flip (╯ಠ‿ಠ )╯︵┻━┻, Cry 【ꖘ◡ꖘ】, Smiling Looking Up ◔ ⌣ ◔, Hug and Kiss (⋆˘ ³˘(❛ ہ ❛⋆)♡, and more.

Text emojis offer a creative way to add emotion to text conversations. Their simplicity and universality make them widely accessible across different platforms and devices, allowing people to express themselves in a fun and concise way.

Where are Text Emojis used?

➜Messaging Apps: Text emojis are widely used in messaging apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Instagram, Signal, and others. They can convey emotion, add humor, or provide visual cues to enhance text-based conversations.

➜Social Media Platforms: Text emojis are a popular way to express emotions and reactions on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. They can capture attention in comments, captions, and status updates to express emotion or connect with others.

➜Email and professional communications: The main use of text emoji in email is to improve click-through rates and capture the recipient’s attention. They are also used to add a touch of friendliness or clarify the tone of a message.

➜Online forums: Text emojis are often used in online forums, community platforms, and comment sections to express reactions, praise, or show humor.

➜Blog Posts and Articles: Some writers use text emojis in their articles to make them attractive. Moreover, these texts attract more user attention than text-only writeups.

Different types of text emojis with their meanings

Here are some simple types of text emoji and emoticons with their meanings:

  1. Smiley Faces:
    • 🙂 or 🙂 – Classic smiley face, indicates happiness or friendliness.
    • 😀 or 😀 – Big grin or laughter.
    • 😉 or 😉 – Winking smiley, often used to imply sarcasm or flirtation.
    • 😛 or 😛 – Sticking out tongue, often used to convey playfulness or silliness.
    • :’) – Tears of joy, expressing extreme happiness.
  2. Sad Faces:
    • 🙁 or 🙁 – Sad face, indicates unhappiness or disappointment.
    • :'( or :’-( – Crying face, denotes extreme sadness or distress.
    • D: – Shocked or saddened face, with wide-open mouth.
    • T_T – Crying face with tears streaming down both cheeks.
    • D: – Sad face with a down-turned mouth.
  3. Love and Affection:
    • <3 – The heart symbol, expresses love or affection.
    • :-* – Kissy face, used to send virtual kisses.
    • (^_^) – Happy face, symbolizing joy or contentment.
    • :X – Sealed lips, indicating a secret or a kiss.
    • <333 – Multiple hearts, indicating abundant love or affection.
  4. Surprise and Shock:
    • :O or :-O – Open-mouthed surprise or shock.
    • :0 – Similar to :O, but with a rounder mouth.
    • 😮 – Small surprise or realization, with a round mouth.
    • O_O – Wide-eyed surprise or shock, often exaggerated.
    • O.O – Surprised or disbelieving face, with wide-open eyes.
  5. Angry or Frustrated:
    • 🙁 or >:-( – Angry face, signifies anger or frustration.
    • :O – Angry or surprised face, with mouth and eyes wide open.
    • D:< – Angry or annoyed face, with mouth in an exaggerated frown.
    • 😐 – Frustrated or irritated face, with narrowed eyes.
    • 😮 – Shocked or angry face, with open mouth and squinted eyes.
  6. Cool or Unimpressed:
    • B) or B-) – Cool face with sunglasses, implies being cool or laid-back.
    • 😎 – Another cool face, often associated with being unimpressed.
    • B| – Cool or indifferent face, with sunglasses or shades.
    • B-) – Cool or relaxed face, with a slight smirk.
    • |:-) – Cool face with a raised eyebrow, indicating skepticism.
  7. Animal Faces:
    • :3 – Cute cat face, symbolizing happiness or mischief.
    • =^.^= – Another cat face, sometimes used playfully.
    • ^..^ – Cat face with a gentle smile, suggesting contentment.
    • <((((‘> – Fish face, representing aquatic life or fishing.
    • :}> – Bear face, often used playfully or affectionately.
  8. Miscellaneous:
    • 😐 or 😐 – Indifferent face, signifies neutrality or indifference.
    • :/ or :-/ – Skeptical or unsure face, denotes doubt or uncertainty.
    • :D: – Excited face, often used to convey joy or enthusiasm.
    • :^) A smiley face with a big nose, suggests humor or playfulness.
    • \m/ – Rock on hand gesture, expressing excitement or approval.
  9. Celebratory:
    • \o/ – Hands raised in celebration or excitement.
    • \o – Single hand raised, expressing excitement or victory.
    • (^o^)/ – Arms raised in celebration, with a happy face.
    • (‘-‘)/ – Arms raised in celebration with a cheerful face, indicating happiness or excitement.
    • (^_^)/ – Arms raised in celebration with a joyful face, expressing happiness or triumph.
  10. Confused or Puzzled:
    • o.O – Confused or perplexed face, with wide-open eyes.
    • O.o – Similar to O.O, but with the eyes reversed.
    • :S or:-S – Confused or unsure face, indicating uncertainty.
    • 😕 or 😕 – Puzzled or questioning face, suggesting confusion or doubt.
    • %-) – Confused or disoriented face, with squinted eyes.
  11. Tired or Sleepy:
    • -_- or -__- – Tired or sleepy face, with closed eyes and a flat mouth.
    • -_-; – Sleepy or fatigued face, often accompanied by a sweat drop.
    • |-O – Yawning face, indicating tiredness or drowsiness.
    • 8-| – Sleepy or bored face, with half-closed eyes.
    • |-( – Exhausted or frustrated face, with a furrowed brow.
  12. Sarcastic or Eye-Rolling:
    • :/ or :-/ – Skeptical or unsure face, denotes doubt or uncertainty.
    • _> – Side-eye glance, indicating suspicion or skepticism.
    • <_< – Another side-eye glance, suggesting skepticism or disapproval.
    • -_- or -__- – Tired or unimpressed face, often used sarcastically.
    • -_-; – Sarcastic or resigned face, often accompanied by a sweat drop.
  13. Flowers and Nature:
    • @}-,-‘— – Single rose, symbolizing romance or love.
    • (o) – Flower in bloom, representing nature or beauty.
    • @ – Flower with a ribbon, suggesting a gift or celebration.
    • :{ – Flower or blossom, indicating beauty or growth.
    • **== – Sunflower, symbolizes happiness or warmth.
  14. Food and Drink:
    • (^.^) – Happy face with a plate, indicating enjoyment of food.
    • <((())):} – Cup of coffee or tea, suggesting a beverage break.
    • <{{{{>< – Slice of pizza, representing food or hunger.
    • <‘)))>< – Fish or sushi, symbolizing seafood or dining.
    • <*)))-{ – Glass of wine, representing relaxation or celebration.
  15. Weather:
    • ☀️ – Sun, indicating sunny weather or happiness.
    • ☔ – Umbrella, suggesting rainy weather or protection.
    • ❄️ – Snowflake, representing cold weather or winter.
    • ⛈️ – Thunderstorm, indicating stormy weather or unrest.
    • 🌈 – Rainbow, symbolizing hope or positivity after rain.
  16. Technology and Gadgets:
    • :-o== – Smartphone, indicating technology or communication.
    • <:)-| – Laptop computer, suggesting work or productivity.
    • :-{ – Desktop computer, representing technology or programming.
    • <(:-p – Camera, symbolizing photography or memories.
    • :-D< – Video game controller, indicating gaming or leisure.
  17. Travel and Transport:
    • ==< – Car, representing transportation or travel.
    • <() – Bicycle, suggesting eco-friendly travel or exercise.
    • {=======} – Airplane, indicating air travel or vacation.
    • <:3)~ – Cruise ship, symbolizing leisure or relaxation.
    • _/_ – Train, representing public transportation or commuting.
  18. Sports and Activities:
    • <]:{D – Baseball bat and ball, suggesting sports or leisure.
    • <(^_^)> – Tennis racket and ball, indicating sports or exercise.
    • <(“) – Football or soccer ball, representing sports or competition.
    • <////3 – Golf club and ball, suggesting leisure or relaxation.
    • <[]:D – Basketball, symbolizing sports or athleticism.

Remember, the interpretation of these emojis can vary based on context and personal interpretation, so always consider the context of the conversation when using or interpreting them.

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