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What Is Emoji and Its Meaning

Many people use Emoji on Facebook, WhatsApp, and other social network sites, but half of them do not even know the meaning of Emoji and do not know what Emoji is? Who made the first emoji and what are the types? If you are also one of them and want to know about this interesting internet fact then stay with us.

In today’s time, emoji has an important role in online chatting and we have become theirs, and even if they do, we will say that it will take 1 to 2 minutes time to write in the message through an emoji.

Emoji is considered a way to share emotion online, which can not be shown by writing from the text, you can show it with emoji in your message, today there is not only emotion, informational emoji and much more. But let’s understand it in detail first.

What is Emoji

Emoji is made up of two words ‘E’ and ‘Moji’ – E meaning in Japan is “picture” and Moji means “Character”. Therefore they are also called emoticons or pictorial messages.

Like Emoji, Wingdings font was launched by Microsoft in 1990 using Sad and Smiley symbol. But the first emoji was used in Japan’s J-Phone in 1997 and at that time 90 emoji was launched simultaneously with different meanings and meanings.

The emoji set that Shigetaka Kurita created in 1999 became the most viral and all the different emojis you see today are linked to Shigetaka set from Kabhi to Kabhi and hence they are known as Emoji inventor.

You can guess the popularity of emoji by this, you can see today, on July 17, World Emoji Day is celebrated and there are many different emojis for iOS and Android and there is a separate website like Wikipedia for which it is related You get information for every update.

Types of Emoji:

They have many types and will be used on your Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp and get animated emoji in iPhone iOS 11. But which are the main 8 types and you will get more information about them from the Internet.

Published on: 11/17/19, 6:39 PM