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πŸ™Š Speak-No-Evil Monkey

Speak-No-Evil Monkey:

A monkey covering his mouth. One of the three wise monkeys, named Iwazaru. Part of the proverbial principle “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.”

Emoji General Information:

Twitter Emoji Popularity (Rank) 84 of 2393
Apple/iOS Picture
Google Android Picture
Google Hangouts Picture
Twitter.com Picture
LG Emoji Picture
Samsung Emoji Picture
Phantom Open Emoji Picture
ASCII Conversion
“Short Code” Name :speak_no_evil:
Keywords Monkey, Mouth, Talk, Say, Words, Verbal, Verbalize, Oral, Iwazaru

Unicode Category Information:

Unicode Category Emoticons
Unicode Range 1F600–1F64F
Unicode Subcategory Gesture Symbols

Proposed Unicode Information & Notes:

Unicode Category Faces and Smiley’s
Unicode Subcategory Gesture Symbols
Names & Annotations SPEAK-NO-EVIL MONKEY Old name: SPEAK NO EVIL MONKEY
Symbol Information U+1F64A proposed
Proposal Identifier e-355

Character Mapping/Crosswalk Notes:

DoCoMo (・×・)
KDDI #767 言わざる γ€Œθ¨€wazaru」 U+EB51 SJIS-F455 JIS-7B36
Softbank (・×・)

Emoji Character Encoding Data:

Emoji Code Version iOS 5 – Current
UTF-8 Unicode Character(s) πŸ™Š
UTF-8 Character Count 1
Character(s) In Input
AppleColorEmoji Font (available in OSX/iOS) πŸ™Š
Decimal HTML Entity 🙊
Hexadecimal HTML Entity 🙊
Hex Code Point(s) 1f64a
Formal Unicode Notation U+1F64A
Decimal Code Point(s) 128586
UTF-8 Hex Bytes F0 9F 99 8A
UTF-8 Octal Bytes 360 237 231 212
UTF-16 Hex (C Syntax) 0xD83D 0xDE4A
UTF-16 Hex d83dde4a
UTF-16 Dec 55357 56906
UTF-32 Hex (C Syntax) 0x0001F64A
UTF-32 Hex 01F64A
UTF-32 Dec 128586
Python Src u”\U0001F64A”
PHP Src “\xf0\x9f\x99\x8a”
C/C++/Java Src “\uD83D\uDE4A”

Emoji Character Encoding Data (equivalent or similiar)

Emoji Encoding KDDI Google
UTF-8 Unicode Character(s) ξ­‘ 󾍕
UTF-8 Character Count 1 1
Character(s) In Input
Decimal HTML Entity  󾍕
Hexadecimal HTML Entity  󾍕
Hex Code Point(s) eb51 fe355
Formal Unicode Notation U+EB51 U+FE355
Decimal Code Point(s) 60241 1041237
UTF-8 Hex (C Syntax) 0xEE 0xAD 0x91 0xF3 0xBE 0x8D 0x95
UTF-8 Hex Bytes EE AD 91 F3 BE 8D 95
UTF-8 Octal Bytes 356 255 221 363 276 215 225
UTF-16 Hex (C Syntax) 0xEB51 0xDBB8 0xDF55
UTF-16 Hex eb51 dbb8df55
UTF-16 Dec 60241 56248 57173
UTF-32 Hex (C Syntax) 0x0000EB51 0x000FE355
UTF-32 Hex EB51 0FE355
UTF-32 Dec 60241 1041237
Python Src u”\uEB51″ u”\U000FE355″
PHP Src “\xee\xad\x91” “\xf3\xbe\x8d\x95”
C/C++/Java Src “\uEB51” “\uDBB8\uDF55”

What’s Emojis Meaning:

All emoticons have their meaning asΒ Β emoji hand, monkey, faces etc.Β Here you will be able to find all the meanings of the emoji according to their categories you will be able to put copy and paste it onΒ InstagramΒ ,Β TwitterΒ andΒ Facebook.

You can applyΒ Β emoji copy on any Apple, Android and Windows device.Β If these leave you blank you do not have to worry because when you send or post it will appear.

Who created the emojis?

The first emoji was created in the late 1990s by Shigetaka Kurita the stable in a team called i-mode for the NTT Internet platform.Β In 1195 I created an emoji of Japanese culture of 176 characters of 12 Γ— 12 pixels that was like a Kanji Manga, from time to time it brings out new emojis.

Emojis vs emoticons How are they different?

The first thing we come to think is that emojis are little pictures and emoticons are the symbols of the keyboard like this the famous smiley face, some emoji app convert emoticons into smileys some say that this is a combination of (emotion + icons) these were designed to represent emotions with facial drawings, it must be said that emojis were not always related to emotions as there are animals, numbers, animals.

What we can say is that the emoticons were the first to be created and then the emojis became popular in all the services that we know today, Apple and Samsung Galaxy.

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