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Rocket
U+1F680
White Smiling Face
U+263A
White Frowning Face
U+2639
โ˜ป
U+263B
Grinning Face
U+1F600
Grinning Face with Smiling Eyes
U+1F601
Face with Tears of Joy
U+1F602
Smiling Face with Horns
U+1F608
Winking Face
U+1F609
Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes
U+1F60A
Smiling Face with Open Mouth
U+1F603
Smiling Face with Open Mouth and Smiling Eyes
U+1F604
Smiling Face with Open Mouth and Cold Sweat
U+1F605
Smiling Face with Open Mouth and Tightly-Closed Eyes
U+1F606
Smiling Face with Halo
U+1F607
Face Savouring Delicious Food
U+1F60B
Relieved Face
U+1F60C
Smiling Face with Heart-Shaped Eyes
U+1F60D
Smiling Face with Sunglasses
U+1F60E
Smirking Face
U+1F60F
Neutral Face
U+1F610
Expressionless Face
U+1F611
Unamused Face
U+1F612
Face with Cold Sweat
U+1F613
Pensive Face
U+1F614
Confused Face
U+1F615
Confounded Face
U+1F616
Kissing Face
U+1F617
Face Throwing a Kiss
U+1F618
Kissing Face with Smiling Eyes
U+1F619
Kissing Face with Closed Eyes
U+1F61A
Face with Stuck-Out Tongue
U+1F61B
Face with Stuck-Out Tongue and Winking Eye
U+1F61C
Face with Stuck-Out Tongue and Tightly-Closed Eyes
U+1F61D
Disappointed Face
U+1F61E
Worried Face
U+1F61F
Angry Face
U+1F620
Pouting Face
U+1F621
Crying Face
U+1F622
Persevering Face
U+1F623
Face with Look of Triumph
U+1F624
Disappointed But Relieved Face
U+1F625
Frowning Face with Open Mouth
U+1F626
Anguished Face
U+1F627
Fearful Face
U+1F628
Weary Face
U+1F629
Sleepy Face
U+1F62A
Tired Face
U+1F62B
Grimacing Face
U+1F62C
Loudly Crying Face
U+1F62D
Face with Open Mouth
U+1F62E
Hushed Face
U+1F62F
Face with Open Mouth and Cold Sweat
U+1F630
Face Screaming In Fear
U+1F631
Astonished Face
U+1F632
Flushed Face
U+1F633
Sleeping Face
U+1F634
Dizzy Face
U+1F635
Face Without Mouth
U+1F636
Face with Medical Mask
U+1F637
Grinning Cat Face with Smiling Eyes
U+1F638
Cat Face with Tears of Joy
U+1F639
Smiling Cat Face with Open Mouth
U+1F63A
Smiling Cat Face with Heart-Shaped Eyes
U+1F63B
Cat Face with Wry Smile
U+1F63C
Kissing Cat Face with Closed Eyes
U+1F63D
Pouting Cat Face
U+1F63E
Crying Cat Face
U+1F63F
Weary Cat Face
U+1F640
Face With No Good Gesture
U+1F645
Face With Ok Gesture
U+1F646
Person Bowing Deeply
U+1F647
See-No-Evil Monkey
U+1F648
Hear-No-Evil Monkey
U+1F649
Speak-No-Evil Monkey
U+1F64A
Happy Person Raising One Hand
U+1F64B
Person Raising Both Hands In Celebration
U+1F64C
Person Frowning
U+1F64D
Person with Pouting Face
U+1F64E
Person with Folded Hands
U+1F64F
Helicopter
U+1F681
Steam Locomotive
U+1F682
Railway Car
U+1F683
High-Speed Train
U+1F684
High-Speed Train with Bullet Nose
U+1F685
Train
U+1F686
Metro
U+1F687
Light Rail
U+1F688
Station
U+1F689
Tram
U+1F68A
Tram Car
U+1F68B
Bus
U+1F68C
Oncoming Bus
U+1F68D
Trolleybus
U+1F68E
Bus Stop
U+1F68F
Minibus
U+1F690
Ambulance
U+1F691
Fire Engine
U+1F692
Police Car
U+1F693
Oncoming Police Car
U+1F694
Taxi
U+1F695
Oncoming Taxi
U+1F696
Automobile
U+1F697
Oncoming Automobile
U+1F698
Recreational Vehicle
U+1F699
Delivery Truck
U+1F69A
Articulated Lorry
U+1F69B
Tractor
U+1F69C
Monorail
U+1F69D
Mountain Railway
U+1F69E
Suspension Railway
U+1F69F
Mountain Cableway
U+1F6A0
Aerial Tramway
U+1F6A1
Ship
U+1F6A2
Rowboat
U+1F6A3
Speedboat
U+1F6A4
Horizontal Traffic Light
U+1F6A5
Vertical Traffic Light
U+1F6A6
Construction Sign
U+1F6A7
Police Cars Revolving Light
U+1F6A8
Triangular Flag On Post
U+1F6A9
Door
U+1F6AA
No Entry Sign
U+1F6AB
Smoking Symbol
U+1F6AC
No Smoking Symbol
U+1F6AD
Put Litter In Its Place Symbol
U+1F6AE
Do Not Litter Symbol
U+1F6AF
Potable Water Symbol
U+1F6B0
Non-Potable Water Symbol
U+1F6B1
Bicycle
U+1F6B2
No Bicycles
U+1F6B3
Bicyclist
U+1F6B4
Mountain Bicyclist
U+1F6B5
Pedestrian
U+1F6B6
No Pedestrians
U+1F6B7
Children Crossing
U+1F6B8
Mens Symbol
U+1F6B9
Womens Symbol
U+1F6BA
Restroom
U+1F6BB
Baby Symbol
U+1F6BC
Toilet
U+1F6BD
Water Closet
U+1F6BE
Shower
U+1F6BF
Bath
U+1F6C0
Bathtub
U+1F6C1
Passport Control
U+1F6C2
Customs
U+1F6C3
Baggage Claim
U+1F6C4
Left Luggage
U+1F6C5

The language of emoticons and ideograms is called emoji. Appeared first in Japan, and then spread all over the world. In Japanese this word consists of two parts: ยซeยป, which means ยซpictureยป, and ยซmodzyยป โ€” ยซcharacter.ยป Initially, these were pictograms standardized in the keyboard. The largest telecom operators in Japan introduced their variants of the emoji keyboard. Some symbols are of particular importance in Japanese culture, for example, a white flower means a good homework. The first set of signs was created by Sigetaka Kurita, who was engaged in technologies for mobile Internet. Due to its wide use, some emoji language symbols have been included in Unicode. From this began their spread throughout the world. Today, few systems support their use. Smartphones, social networks, postal services are full of images of different grimaces and other funny symbols.

 Section for Unicode emoji 1F600โ€“1F64F was made in version 6.0 in October 2010. And in June 2014 the consortium included 250 more characters, including ยซeyeยป, ยซno piracyยป, ยซspiderยป, ยซdesertยป, ยซbookยป, ยซflash cameraยป, ยซlevitating man in business suitยป, ยซhard diskยป and even an ยซunfolded hand with a thumb stick outยป. It is not clear why ยซnoยป to piracy, and not ยซyesยป. He would be more in demand. Or do we mean not computer piracy? Graphical display of emoji icons depends on the specific designers serving different systems. In this regard, the images can be very different. The only meaning is the Unicode standard.

Officially, the icon for emotion is called Emoticon. In the common people, the word ยซsmileyยป is used, although it has a slightly different meaning. Smiles appeared before emotikons, even in the middle of XX century.

Once upon a time, to fix information, humanity used rock paintings. Gradually, they developed into pictographic (ideographic) writing, and then, and into alphabetic. The first alphabets appeared, approximately, three and a half thousand years ago. Now, with the advent of computers, a pictographic letter Unicode emoji is gaining popularity again. And this is among people who already know the alphabets.