† ‡ ⸶ ⸷ ⸸ ⹋ 🗡
- in china and japan,
- ⭕️means good, or 👍. (like on PlayStation)
- ❌means bad, or check mark ✅.
- 💯is like western's 🔟.
loop ⟲ ⟳ ⥀ ⥁ 🗘 ⮔ 🔁 🔂 🔃 🔄 ➰ ➿
Unicode Linear B 𐂂
Combinatorial Unicode Chars
another combinatorial unicode char set is the trigram. Note that, in these MONOGRAM, TRIGRAM, TETRAGRAM, HEXAGRAM, some allows the bar to break into 3 pieces, while other only 2.
Unicode Cultural Religious Symbols ☭
ways to order combinatorial patterns
one interesting thing is how do you sort braille? here's 3 possible ways.
Unicode Braille ⠮
Chinese Prosperity Symbols
added to Unicode Cultural Religious Symbols ☭
Christian Feast Symbols
there is these: 🕃 🕄 , meaning Orthodox typicon symbol for lower rank feast.
also 🕀 🕁 🕂. Apparently, there's Orthodox Church, and has ranking of feasts.
and there is 🕅, meaning Orthodox typicon symbol for difficult sections. Apparently used for bible reading or something.
added to Unicode Cultural Religious Symbols ☭
Om Symbol, in Hinduism and Buddhism
🕉 OM SYMBOL. Meaning Almighty God in Hinduism. See also: Unicode Devanagari अ
and here's a 🕉 Om chant song 六字真言頌 six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra “Om mani padme hum”
here's om in tamil: ௐ Unicode Tamil அ
added to Unicode Arabic ش
note the word bismillah is in the lyrics of Bohemian Rhapsody Queen ♪ Bohemian Rhapsody
the story of Ò Ó Ô Õ Ö Ō Ŏ Ő Ɵ Ơ Ǒ Ȍ Ȏ Ȫ Ȭ Ȯ Ȱ Ǫ Ǭ Ø Ǿ Ṍ Ṏ Ṑ Ṓ Ọ Ỏ Ố Ồ Ổ Ỗ Ộ Ớ Ờ Ở Ỡ Ợ
Unicode Latin é ö ñ æ ß ð
fake unicode font
lol, this thread.
but am thinking, perhaps it's the other way round. 𝔰𝔬𝔣𝔱𝔴𝔞𝔯𝔢 𝔰𝔥𝔬𝔲𝔩𝔡 𝔰𝔲𝔭𝔭𝔬𝔯𝔱 𝔲𝔫𝔦𝔠𝔬𝔡𝔢 𝔪𝔞𝔱𝔥 𝔣𝔬𝔫𝔱. and it's a matter of time.
things evolve. once the 𝔲𝔫𝔦𝔠𝔬𝔡𝔢 𝔪𝔞𝔱𝔥 𝔣𝔬𝔫𝔱 𝔠𝔥𝔞𝔯𝔰 is out of the door, people use it however they like, just like 🤷. Even mathematicians, few would know the difference of ∆ Δ ∂ δ ∑ Σ µ μ.
perl6 unicode operators
See also: Unicode in Function Name and Operator
in APL, A ⍟ B means Logarithm of B to base A. I think APL's symbolic operators rather idiotic.
APL Symbols Meaning and Code Example
Unicode Symbol Become Emoji
unicode missing emoji version of plain red heart
- ♡ U+2661: WHITE HEART SUIT
- ♥ U+2665: BLACK HEART SUIT
That's why only some website make them emoji, cuz if in poker context, rendering it as emoji would be wrong. So you have this abominational situation where you need to insert a modifier char to make it emoji.
🖤 U+1F5A4: BLACK HEART ❤ U+2764: HEAVY BLACK HEART ♡ U+2661: WHITE HEART SUIT ♥ U+2665: BLACK HEART SUIT so, completely, comprehensively, confounding! the abomination of unicode.
See Unicode Symbol Become Emoji
unicode ⧴ rule delayed
⧴ (U+29F4: RULE-DELAYED)
this unicode symbol came from Mathematica
- me = sleep(🌙 😪 😴 💤 🛌);
- you = goto_work(😪+😟+😵 ☕ 💪 💨 🚗 🏭 🗩 🗪 🗫 🗬 🗭 📈 📉 🗮 🗯 💢 🔥 🤬 💩);
unicode code bug
- 🐛 (U+1F41B: BUG)
this unicode , named bug, but seems to be displayed as caterpillar all across. i don't think most people picture “bug” as a caterpillar or worm.
༕ ༖ ឱ ឲ
Chinese Chess Pieces in Unicode 11
Father Christmas, not Santa Claus?
instead of Santa Claus, the unicode calls it Father Christmas.
🎄 🎅 🤶 ⿅ 𐂂 🦌
see Unicode Search
so why Unicode call Santa Claus as Father Christmas? Wikipedia has history [2017-12-25 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_Christmas ]
but be warned it probably contains biased writing.
this Wikipedia from 2005 gives a easier to follow picture of history of Father Christmas [ https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Father_Christmas&oldid=33065629 ] [ 2017-12-25 https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Father_Christmas&oldid=33065629 ]
Father Christmas is a name used in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and several other Commonwealth Countries, as well as Ireland, for the gift bringing figure of Christmas or yuletide. Although Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas and Santa Claus (the latter deriving from the Dutch for Saint Nicholas: Sinterklaas), are now used interchangeably, the origins of Father Christmas are quite different.
Dating back to Norse mythology, Father Christmas has his roots in Paganism. Before Christianity came to British shores it was customary for an elder man from the community to dress in furs and visit each dwelling. At each house, in the guise of "Old Winter" he would be plied with food and drink before moving on to the next. It was thought he carried the spirit of the winter with him, and that the winter would be kind to anyone hospitable to Old Winter. The custom was still kept in Medieval England, and after a decline during the Commonwealth, became widespread again during the Restoration period. A book dating from the time of the Commonwealth, The Vindication of CHRISTMAS or, His Twelve Yeares' Observations upon the Times involved Father Christmas advocating a merry, alcoholic Christmas and casting aspersions on the charitable motives of the ruling Puritans.
He was neither a gift bringer nor was he associated with children. During the Victorian era when Santa Claus arrived from America he was merged with “Old Winter”, “Old Christmas” or “Old Father Christmas” to create Father Christmas, the British Santa which survives today.
Unicode Search thousand 🔎
Unicode Search water 🔎
Unicode Navigational Pointers
◄ ► ◅ ▻
☚ ☛ ☜ ☝ ☞ ☟
👆 👇 👈 👉
🔙 🔚 🔛 🔜 🔝
These are new in Unicode 6 i think. If it doesn't display, get the font, see: Unicode 6 Emoticons and Supporting Fonts. For many other arrows, see: Unicode: Arrow Symbols ← → ↑ ↓
Silly Unicode Name Change: CENTER → CENTRE
in Unicode, the name of the character
✲ (U+2732: OPEN CENTRE ASTERISK)
is changed from OPEN CENTER ASTERISK to OPEN CENTRE ASTERISK. What's the technical reason they make such a silly change? Political reason?