• 😎 Huge List of Unicode and Emoji Symbols to Copy and Paste 😀

    Emoji symbols to copy and paste

     

    Here is a massive list (categorized of course) of emojis, symbols, Unicode characters, and pretty much everything else you would need to spruce up your essays, articles, and projects!

    Just copy and paste any of these symbols to use them. You can also try double-clicking a symbol to save time highlighting it.

    These symbols are almost all cross-platform, so they should work on every device and social media platform.

    If you’re looking to make a fancy name for your profile or webpage, you can also try searching for a Unicode text converter tool. Here is an example tool for that (but Google has many more).

    You can also try using CTRL + F to find a character or category in the below symbols (ex. search for ‘Face’ to find face emojis).

    👍👍👍Enjoy your Emoji-ing below. Good luck and have fun! 👍👍👍

    Emojis, Unicode, Subscripts, Superscripts, and math symbols to copy and paste

    Most common Unicode characters:

    These are the most used Unicode symbols!

    • Up arrow: ↑ ↟ ↥ ⇈ ⇑ ⇞ ⇡ ⇧ ⇪ ⇫ ⇬ ⇭ ⇮ ⇯
    • Down arrow: ↓ ↡ ↧ ⇊ ⇓ ⇟ ⇣ ⇩
    • Right arrow: → ↝ ↪ ↬ ↷ ↻ ↠ ↦ ⇉ ⇏ ⇒ ⇛ ⇝ ⇢ ⇨ ⇰ ⇴ ⇸ ⇻ ⇾
    • Left arrow: ← ↚ ↜ ↞ ↢ ↤ ↩ ↫ ↶ ↺ ↻ ⇇ ⇍ ⇐ ⇚ ⇜ ⇠ ⇤ ⇦ ⇷ ⇺ ⇽
    • Check mark: ☐ ☑ ☒ ✓ ⍻ ✅ ✔ 🗸 🗹
    • Hearts: ❦ ♡ ❧ ☙ ❥ ღ ❤ 💚 💛 🧡 ❤️ 🤎 💞 💕
    • S️tars: ★ ☆ ✪ ✵ ✯ Ù­ ✭ ✰ 🌟 ✡ ⚝ ⚹ ✹ ✷ ⍟ ❃ ✫ ✧ ✦
    • Bullet points: • ◦ ‣ ∙ ⦿ ⁃ ⦾ ⁍ ◘
    • Thumbs up and down: 👍 👎 ☝ 🖒 🖓
    • Dots: · ⋅ ⸳ ․ ⊙ ˙ Ì£ ◌ ݀ ‥ ⁘ ⁞ ⸭ ⦙ ⸽ ⁛ ⊡ ⁖ ⁙ ᠅ ⬚
    • Music notes: 🎵 🎜 🎶𝅝 𝅗𝅥 𝅘𝅥 𝅘𝅥𝅮 𝅘𝅥𝅯 𝅘𝅥𝅰 𝅘𝅥𝅱 𝆔 𝅘𝅥𝅲 𝇠 𝇢 𝇣 𝆕 𝇤 𝇧 🎝
    • Degree symbol: ° ℃ ℉ 𝆩 𒎓
    • Infinity symbol: ∞ ⧞ ⧝ ⧜
    • Equal signs: ≈ ≠ = ≅ ≃ ≔ ⊜ ₌ ⁼ ≗ ⋜ ⋝ ≛ ≜ ≟ ≕ ≉ ≑
    • Trademark symbols: ™ © ℗ ® ℠
    • Squares: ■ □ ▢ ▣ ▤ ▦ ◩ ◪ ◩ ◧ ◦
    • Rectangles: ▬ ▭ ▮ ▯ ▰ ▱
    • Triangles: ▷ △ ▽ ◁ ▼ ▲ ◭ ◮
    • Circles: ● ◉ ◎ ○ ◖ ◗ ◒ ◓ ◔ ◕ ◡ ◠
    • Cross symbols: ˟ ⨯ ❌ ✝ ❎ 🕇 🞡 ✚ ✞ 🞤 ⛌ ✠ ♱✟ 🕈☨
    • Delta: Δ 𝚫 𝝙 𝛥 ⍙ ⍍ ⍋
    • Hammer and sickle: ☭
    • Pi symbol: 𝜋
    • Box symbol: 🮮 ☐

    Arrow Unicode symbols to copy and paste

    ← ↑ → ↓ ↔ ↕ ↖ ↗ ↘ ↙ ↚ ↛ ↜ ↝ ↞ ↟ ↠ ↡ ↢ ↣ ↤ ↥ ↦ ↧ ↨ ↩ ↪ ↫ ↬ ↭ ↮ ↯ ↰ ↱ ↲ ↳ ↴ ↵ ↶ ↷ ↸ ↹ ↺ ↻ ↼ ↽ ↾ ↿ ⇀ ⇁ ⇂ ⇃ ⇄ ⇅ ⇆ ⇇ ⇈ ⇉ ⇊ ⇋ ⇌ ⇍ ⇎ ⇏ ⇐ ⇑ ⇒ ⇓ ⇔ ⇕ ⇖ ⇗ ⇘ ⇙ ⇚ ⇛ ⇜ ⇝ ⇞ ⇟ ⇠ ⇡ ⇢ ⇣ ⇤ ⇥ ⇦ ⇧ ⇨ ⇩ ⇪ ⇫ ⇬ ⇭ ⇮ ⇯ ⇰ ⇱ ⇲ ⇳ ⇴ ⇵ ⇶ ⇷ ⇸ ⇹ ⇺ ⇻ ⇼ ⇽ ⇾ ⇿


    Face emojis to copy and paste

    😀 😁 😂 😃 😄 😅 😆 😇 😈 😉 😊 😋 😌 😍 😎 😏
    😐 😑 😒 😓 😔 😕 😖 😗 😘 😙 😚 😛 😜 😝 😞 😟
    😠 😡 😢 😣 😤 😥 😦 😧 😨 😩 😪 😫 😬 😭 😮 😯
    😰 😱 😲 😳 😴 😵 😶 😷 😸 😹 😺 😻 😼 😽 😾 😿
    🙀 🙁 🙂 🙃 🙄 🙅 🙆 🙇 🙈 🙉 🙊 🙋 🙌 🙍 🙎 🙏


    Miscellaneous emojis and Unicode symbols

    👍 👎 ☀ ☁ ☂ ☃ ☄ ★ ☆ ☇ ☈ ☉ ☊ ☋ ☌ ☍ ☎ ☏
    ☐ ☑ ☒ ☓ ☔ ☕ ☖ ☗ ☘ ☙ ☚ ☛ ☜ ☝ ☞ ☟
    ☠ ☡ ☢ ☣ ☤ ☥ ☦ ☧ ☨ ☩ ☪ ☫ ☬ ☭ ☮ ☯
    ☰ ☱ ☲ ☳ ☴ ☵ ☶ ☷ ☸ ☹ ☺ ☻ ☼ ☽ ☾ ☿
    ♀ ♁ ♂ ♃ ♄ ♅ ♆ ♇ ♈ ♉ ♊ ♋ ♌ ♍ ♎ ♏
    ♐ ♑ ♒ ♓ ♔ ♕ ♖ ♗ ♘ ♙ ♚ ♛ ♜ ♝ ♞ ♟
    ♠ ♡ ♢ ♣ ♤ ♥ ♦ ♧ ♨ ♩ ♪ ♫ ♬ ♭ ♮ ♯
    ♰ ♱ ♲ ♳ ♴ ♵ ♶ ♷ ♸ ♹ ♺ ♻ ♼ ♽ ♾ ♿
    ⚀ ⚁ ⚂ ⚃ ⚄ ⚅ ⚆ ⚇ ⚈ ⚉ ⚊ ⚋ ⚌ ⚍ ⚎ ⚏
    ⚐ ⚑ ⚒ ⚓ ⚔ ⚕ ⚖ ⚗ ⚘ ⚙ ⚚ ⚛ ⚜ ⚝ ⚞ ⚟
    ⚠ ⚡ ⚢ ⚣ ⚤ ⚥ ⚦ ⚧ ⚨ ⚩ ⚪ ⚫ ⚬ ⚭ ⚮ ⚯
    ⚰ ⚱ ⚲ ⚳ ⚴ ⚵ ⚶ ⚷ ⚸ ⚹ ⚺ ⚻ ⚼ ⚽ ⚾ ⚿
    ⛀ ⛁ ⛂ ⛃ ⛄ ⛅ ⛆ ⛇ ⛈ ⛉ ⛊ ⛋ ⛌ ⛍ ⛎ ⛏
    ⛐ ⛑ ⛒ ⛓ ⛔ ⛕ ⛖ ⛗ ⛘ ⛙ ⛚ ⛛ ⛜ ⛝ ⛞ ⛟
    ⛠ ⛡ ⛢ ⛣ ⛤ ⛥ ⛦ ⛧ ⛨ ⛩ ⛪ ⛫ ⛬ ⛭ ⛮ ⛯
    ⛰ ⛱ ⛲ ⛳ ⛴ ⛵ ⛶ ⛷ ⛸ ⛹ ⛺ ⛻ ⛼ ⛽ ⛾ ⛿


    Food emojis to copy and paste

    • ☕ — hot beverage
    • ⛾ — restaurant
    • 🍅 — tomato
    • 🍊 — tangerine
    • 🍏 — green apple
    • 🥑 — avocado
    • 🍔 — hamburger
    • 🍕 — slice of pizza
    • 🍙 — rice ball
    • 🍞 — bread
    • 🍣 — sushi
    • 🍨 — ice cream
    • 🍭 — lollipop
    • 🍲 — pot of food
    • 🍷 — wine glass
    • 🍼 — baby bottle
    • 🍓 — strawberry

    Line shapes in Unicode to copy and paste

    ─ ━ │ ┃ ┄ ┅ ┆ ┇ ┈ ┉ ┊ ┋ ┌ ┍ ┎ ┏
    ┐ ┑ ┒ ┓ └ ┕ ┖ ┗ ┘ ┙ ┚ ┛ ├ ┝ ┞ ┟
    ┠ ┡ ┢ ┣ ┤ ┥ ┦ ┧ ┨ ┩ ┪ ┫ ┬ ┭ ┮ ┯
    ┰ ┱ ┲ ┳ ┴ ┵ ┶ ┷ ┸ ┹ ┺ ┻ ┼ ┽ ┾ ┿
    ╀ ╁ ╂ ╃ ╄ ╅ ╆ ╇ ╈ ╉ ╊ ╋ ╌ ╍ ╎ ╏
    ═ ║ ╒ ╓ ╔ ╕ ╖ ╗ ╘ ╙ ╚ ╛ ╜ ╝ ╞ ╟
    ╠ ╡ ╢ ╣ ╤ ╥ ╦ ╧ ╨ ╩ ╪ ╫ ╬ ╭ ╮ ╯
    ╰ ╱ ╲ ╳ ╴ ╵ ╶ ╷ ╸ ╹ ╺ ╻ ╼ ╽ ╾ ╿


    Circled letters and numbers

    ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫ ⑬ ⑭ ⑮ ⑯
    ⑰ ⑱ ⑲ ⑳ ⑴ ⑵ ⑶ ⑷ ⑸ ⑹ ⑺ ⑻ ⑼ ⑽ ⑾ ⑿
    ⒀ ⒁ ⒂ ⒃ ⒄ ⒅ ⒆ ⒇ ⒈ ⒉ ⒊ ⒋ ⒌ ⒍ ⒎ ⒏
    ⒐ ⒑ ⒒ ⒓ ⒔ ⒕ ⒖ ⒗ ⒘ ⒙ ⒚ ⒛ ⒜ ⒝ ⒞ ⒟
    ⒠ ⒡ ⒢ ⒣ ⒤ ⒥ ⒦ ⒧ ⒨ ⒩ ⒪ ⒫ ⒬ ⒭ ⒮ ⒯
    ⒰ ⒱ ⒲ ⒳ ⒴ ⒵ Ⓐ Ⓑ Ⓒ Ⓓ Ⓔ Ⓕ Ⓖ Ⓗ Ⓘ Ⓙ
    Ⓚ Ⓛ Ⓜ Ⓝ Ⓞ Ⓟ Ⓠ Ⓡ Ⓢ Ⓣ Ⓤ Ⓥ Ⓦ Ⓧ Ⓨ Ⓩ
    ⓐ ⓑ ⓒ ⓓ ⓔ ⓕ ⓖ ⓗ ⓘ ⓙ ⓚ ⓛ ⓜ ⓝ ⓞ ⓟ
    ⓠ ⓡ ⓢ ⓣ ⓤ ⓥ ⓦ ⓧ ⓨ ⓩ ⓪ ⓫ ⓬ ⓭ ⓮ ⓯
    ⓰ ⓱ ⓲ ⓳ ⓴ ⓵ ⓶ ⓷ ⓸ ⓹ ⓺ ⓻ ⓼ ⓽ ⓾ ⓿


    Math symbols to copy and paste

    ∀ ∁ ∂ ∃ ∄ ∅ ∆ ∇ ∈ ∉ ∊ ∋ ∌ ∍ ∎ ∏
    ∐ ∑ − ∓ ∔ ∕ ∖ ∗ ∘ ∙ √ ∛ ∜ ∝ ∞ ∟
    ∠ ∡ ∢ ∣ ∤ ∥ ∦ ∧ ∨ ∩ ∪ ∫ ∬ ∭ ∮ ∯
    ∰ ∱ ∲ ∳ ∴ ∵ ∶ ∷ ∸ ∹ ∺ ∻ ∼ ∽ ∾ ∿
    ≀ ≁ ≂ ≃ ≄ ≅ ≆ ≇ ≈ ≉ ≊ ≋ ≌ ≍ ≎ ≏
    ≐ ≑ ≒ ≓ ≔ ≕ ≖ ≗ ≘ ≙ ≚ ≛ ≜ ≝ ≞ ≟
    ≠ ≡ ≢ ≣ ≤ ≥ ≦ ≧ ≨ ≩ ≪ ≫ ≬ ≭ ≮ ≯
    ≰ ≱ ≲ ≳ ≴ ≵ ≶ ≷ ≸ ≹ ≺ ≻ ≼ ≽ ≾ ≿
    ⊀ ⊁ ⊂ ⊃ ⊄ ⊅ ⊆ ⊇ ⊈ ⊉ ⊊ ⊋ ⊌ ⊍ ⊎ ⊏
    ⊐ ⊑ ⊒ ⊓ ⊔ ⊕ ⊖ ⊗ ⊘ ⊙ ⊚ ⊛ ⊜ ⊝ ⊞ ⊟
    ⊠ ⊡ ⊢ ⊣ ⊤ ⊥ ⊦ ⊧ ⊨ ⊩ ⊪ ⊫ ⊬ ⊭ ⊮ ⊯
    ⊰ ⊱ ⊲ ⊳ ⊴ ⊵ ⊶ ⊷ ⊸ ⊹ ⊺ ⊻ ⊼ ⊽ ⊾ ⊿
    ⋀ ⋁ ⋂ ⋃ ⋄ ⋅ ⋆ ⋇ ⋈ ⋉ ⋊ ⋋ ⋌ ⋍ ⋎ ⋏
    ⋐ ⋑ ⋒ ⋓ ⋔ ⋕ ⋖ ⋗ ⋘ ⋙ ⋚ ⋛ ⋜ ⋝ ⋞ ⋟
    ⋠ ⋡ ⋢ ⋣ ⋤ ⋥ ⋦ ⋧ ⋨ ⋩ ⋪ ⋫ ⋬ ⋭ ⋮ ⋯
    ⋰ ⋱ ⋲ ⋳ ⋴ ⋵ ⋶ ⋷ ⋸ ⋹ ⋺ ⋻ ⋼ ⋽ ⋾ ⋿


    Roman numerals

    Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅴ Ⅵ Ⅶ Ⅷ Ⅸ Ⅹ Ⅺ Ⅻ Ⅼ Ⅽ Ⅾ Ⅿ
    ⅰ ⅱ ⅲ ⅳ ⅴ ⅵ ⅶ ⅷ ⅸ ⅹ ⅺ ⅻ ⅼ ⅽ ⅾ ⅿ
    ↀ ↁ ↂ Ↄ ↄ ↅ ↆ ↇ ↈ ↉ ↊ ↋


    Currency symbols

    ₠ ₡ ₢ ₣ ₤ ₥ ₦ ₧ ₨ ₩ ₪ ₫ € ₭ ₮ ₯
    ₰ ₱ ₲ ₳ ₴ ₵ ₶ ₷ ₸ ₹ ₺ ₻ ₼ ₽ ₾ ₿ $$ ௹ ৲ ₹ ৳ 원 ㍐ 圓 元 円 ﷼ ៛ ₰ ¤ ₸ ₴ ¥ ¥ ₿ ฿ ¢ ₡ ¢ ₢


    Superscripts and subscripts to copy and paste

    ⁰ ⁱ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹ ⁺ ⁻ ⁼ ⁽ ⁾ ⁿ
    ₀ ₁ ₂ ₃ ₄ ₅ ₆ ₇ ₈ ₉ ₊ ₋ ₌ ₍ ₎
    ₐ ₑ ₒ ₓ ₔ ₕ ₖ ₗ ₘ ₙ ₚ ₛ ₜ


    Health and medical emojis to copy and paste

    • ☠ — skull and crossbones
    • ☡ — caution sign (curves ahead on-road)
    • ☢ — radioactive sign (trefoil)
    • ☣ — biohazard sign
    • ☤ — caduceus
    • ☮ — peace symbol
    • ☯ — yin yang
    • ♿ — wheelchair symbol
    • ⚕ — staff of Asclepius
    • ⚠ — warning sign
    • ⚡ — high voltage sign
    • ⛐ — sliding car
    • ⛨ — hospital
    • 💉 — syringe
    • 💊 — pill

    Sports emojis and Unicode symbols

    ⚽ — soccer
    ⚾ — baseball
    ⛷ — skier
    🎮 — video game
    🎳 — bowling
    🎽 — running shirt and sash
    🏀 — basketball
    🏃 — runner
    🏆 — trophy
    🏉 — rugby
    ♔ — white chess king
    ♕ — white chess queen
    ♖ — white chess rook
    ♗ — white chess bishop
    ♘ — white chess knight
    ♙ — white chess pawn
    ♚ — black chess king
    ♛ — black chess queen
    ♜ — black chess rook
    ♝ — black chess bishop
    ♞ — black chess knight
    ♟ — black chess pawn


    Playing cards Unicode symbols

    ♠ — black spade suit
    ♡ — white heart suit
    ♢ — white diamond suit
    ♣ — black club suit
    ♤ — white spade suit
    ♥ — black heart suit
    ♦ — black diamond suit
    ♧ — white club suit


    Musical and music note Unicode symbols

    🎵 — musical note
    🎶 — multiple musical notes
    🎸 — guitar
    🎻 — violin

    ♩ — quarter note
    ♪ — eighth note
    ♫ — beamed eighth notes
    ♬ — beamed sixteenth notes
    ♭ — music flat sign
    ♮ — music natural sign
    ♯ — music sharp sign
    𝄆 — left repeat sign
    𝄇 — right repeat sign
    𝄐 — fermata
    𝄜 — six-string fretboard (for tablature)
    𝄞 — G Clef
    𝄟 — G Clef ottava alta
    𝄠 — G Clef ottava bassa
    𝄡 — C Clef
    𝄢 — F Clef
    𝄣 — F clef ottava alta
    𝄤 — F clef ottava bassa
    𝄥 — drum clef-1
    𝄦 — symbol drum clef-2
    𝇐 — musical symbol gregorian C clef
    𝇑 — Gregorian F Clef
    𝄪 — double sharp
    𝄫 — double flat
    𝄴 — common time
    𝄻 — whole rest
    𝄼 — half rest
    𝄽 — quarter rest
    𝅗𝅥 — half note
    𝅘𝅥𝅯 — sixteenth note
    𝅘𝅥𝅰 — Thirty-second note
    𝅘𝅥𝅱 — Sixty-fourth note
    𝅘𝅥𝅲 — One hundred twenty-eighth note
    𝆒 — crescendo


    Shapes Unicode symbols to copy and paste

    • ■ — Black square
    • □ — White square
    • ▢ — White square with rounded corners
    • ▣ — White square containing small black square
    • ▤ — Square with horizontal fill
    • ▥ — Square with vertical fill
    • ▦ — Square with orthogonal crosshatch fill
    • ▧ — Square with upper left to lower right fill
    • ▨ — Square with upper right to lower left fill
    • ▩ — Square with diagonal crosshatch fill
    • ▪ — Black small square
    • ▫ — White small square
    • ▬ — Black rectangle
    • ▭ — White rectangle
    • ▮ — Black vertical rectangle
    • ▯ — White vertical rectangle
    • ▰ — Black parallelogram
    • ▱ — White parallelogram
    • ▲ — Black up-pointing triangle
    • △ — White up-pointing triangle
    • ▴ — Black up-pointing small triangle
    • ▵ — White up-pointing small triangle
    • ▶ — Black right-pointing triangle
    • ▷ — White right-pointing triangle
    • ▸ — Black right-pointing small triangle
    • ▹ — White right-pointing small triangle
    • ► — Black right-pointing pointer
    • ▻ — White right-pointing pointer
    • ▼ — Black down-pointing triangle
    • ▽ — White down-pointing triangle
    • ▾ — Black down-pointing small triangle
    • ▿ — White down-pointing small triangle
    • ◀ — Black left-pointing triangle
    • ◁ — White left-pointing triangle
    • ◂ — Black left-pointing small triangle
    • ◃ — White left-pointing small triangle
    • ◄ — Black left-pointing pointer
    • ◅ — White left-pointing pointer
    • ◆ — Black diamond
    • ◇ — White diamond
    • ◈ — White diamond containing small black diamond
    • ◉ — Fisheye
    • ◊ — Lozenge
    • ○ — White circle
    • ◌ — Dotted circle
    • ◍ — Circle with vertical fill
    • ◎ — Bullseye
    • ● — Black circle
    • ◐ — Circle with left half black
    • ◑ — Circle with right half black
    • ◒ — Circle with lower half black
    • ◓ — Circle with upper half black
    • ◔ — Circle with upper right quadrant black
    • ◕ — Circle with all but upper left quadrant black
    • ◖ — Left half circle black
    • ◗ — Right half black circle
    • ◘ — Inverse bullet
    • ◙ — Inverse white circle
    • ◚ — Upper half inverse white circle
    • ◛ — Lower half inverse white circle
    • ◜ — Upper left quadrant circular arc
    • ◝ — Upper right quadrant circular arc
    • ◞ — Lower right quadrant circular arc
    • ◟ — Lower left quadrant circular arc
    • ◠ — Upper half circle
    • ◡ — Lower half circle
    • ◢ — Black lower right triangle
    • ◣ — Black lower left triangle
    • ◤ — Black upper left triangle
    • ◥ — Black upper right triangle
    • ◦ — White bullet
    • ◧ — Square with left half black
    • ◨ — Square with right half black
    • ◩ — Square with upper left diagonal half black
    • ◪ — Square with lower right diagonal half black
    • ◫ — White square with vertical bisecting line
    • ◬ — White up-pointing triangle with dot
    • ◭ — Up-pointing triangle with left half black
    • ◮ — Up-pointing triangle with right half black
    • ◯ — Large circle
    • ◰ — White square with upper left quadrant
    • ◱ — White square with lower left quadrant
    • ◲ — White square with lower right quadrant
    • ◳ — White square with upper right quadrant
    • ◴ — White circle with upper left quadrant
    • ◵ — White circle with lower left quadrant
    • ◶ — White circle with lower right quadrant
    • ◷ — White circle with upper right quadrant
    • ◸ — Upper left triangle
    • ◹ — Upper right triangle
    • ◺ — Lower-left triangle
    • ◻ — White medium square
    • ◼ — Black medium square
    • ◽ — White medium small square
    • ◾ — Black medium small square
    • ◿ — Lower right triangle

    Numbers and fractions to copy and paste

    • One-half: ½
    • One-third: ⅓
    • Two-thirds: ⅔
    • One-quarter: ¼
    • Three-quarters: ¾
    • One-fifth: ⅕
    • Two-fifths: ⅖
    • Three-fifths: ⅗
    • Four-fifths: ⅘
    • One-sixth: ⅙
    • Five-sixths: ⅚
    • One-seventh: ⅐
    • One-eighth: ⅛
    • Three-eighths: ⅜
    • Five-eighths: ⅝
    • Seven-eighths: ⅞
    • One-ninth: ⅑
    • One-tenth: ⅒
    • Fraction numerator one: ⅟
    • Fraction slash: ⁄

    Greek Letters

    • Ͱ — Greek Capital Letter Heta
    • ͱ — Greek Small Letter Heta
    • Ͳ — Greek Capital Letter Archaic Sampi
    • ͳ — Greek Small Letter Archaic Sampi
    • ʹ — Greek Numeral Sign
    • ͵ — Greek Lower Numeral Sign
    • Ͷ — Greek Capital Letter Pamphylian Digamma
    • ͷ — Greek Small Letter Pamphylian Digamma
    • ͺ — Greek Ypogegrammeni
    • ͻ — Greek Small Reversed Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • ͼ — Greek Small Dotted Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • ͽ — Greek Small Reversed Dotted Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • ; — Greek Question Mark
    • Ϳ — Greek Capital Letter Yot
    • ΄ — Greek acute accent (tonos)
    • ΅ — Greek diaeresis with acute accent
    • Ά — Greek Capital Letter A with acute accent
    • · — Greek Ano Teleia
    • Έ — Greek Capital Letter Epsilon with acute accent
    • Ή — Greek Capital Letter Eta with acute accent
    • Ί — Greek Capital Letter Iota with acute accent
    • Ό — Greek Capital Letter Omicron with acute accent
    • Ύ — Greek Capital Letter Upsilon with acute accent
    • Ώ — Greek Capital Letter Omega with acute accent
    • ΐ — Greek Small Letter Iota with diaeresis and acute accent
    • Α — Greek Capital Letter Alpha
    • Β — Greek Capital Letter Beta
    • Γ — Greek Capital Letter Gamma
    • Δ — Greek Capital Letter Delta
    • Ε — Greek Capital Letter Epsilon
    • Ζ — Greek Capital Letter Zeta
    • Η — Greek Capital Letter Eta
    • Θ — Greek Capital Letter Theta
    • Ι — Greek Capital Letter Iota
    • Κ — Greek Capital Letter Kappa
    • Λ — Greek Capital Letter Lambda
    • Μ — Greek Capital Letter Mu
    • Ν — Greek Capital Letter Nu
    • Ξ — Greek Capital Letter Xi
    • Ο — Greek Capital Letter Omicron
    • Π — Greek Capital Letter Pi
    • Ρ — Greek Capital Letter Rho
    • Σ — Greek Capital Letter Sigma
    • Τ — Greek Capital Letter Tau
    • Υ — Greek Capital Letter Upsilon
    • Φ — Greek Capital Letter Phi
    • Χ — Greek Capital Letter Chi
    • Ψ — Greek Capital Letter Psi
    • Ω — Greek Capital Letter Omega
    • Ϊ — Greek Capital Letter Iota with diaeresis
    • Ϋ — Greek Capital Letter Upsilon with diaeresis
    • ά — Greek Small Letter Alpha with acute accent
    • έ — Greek Small Letter Epsilon with acute accent
    • ή — Greek Small Letter Eta with acute accent
    • ί — Greek Small Letter Iota with acute accent
    • ΰ — Greek Small Letter Upsilon with diaeresis and acute accent
    • α — Greek Small Letter Alpha
    • β — Greek Small Letter Beta
    • γ — Greek Small Letter Gamma
    • δ — Greek Small Letter Delta
    • ε — Greek Small Letter Epsilon
    • ζ — Greek Small Letter Zeta
    • η — Greek Small Letter Eta
    • θ — Greek Small Letter Theta
    • ι — Greek Small Letter Iota
    • κ — Greek Small Letter Kappa
    • λ — Greek Small Letter Lambda
    • μ — Greek Small Letter Mu
    • ν — Greek Small Letter Nu
    • ξ — Greek Small Letter Xi
    • ο — Greek Small Letter Omicron
    • π — Greek Small Letter Pi
    • ρ — Greek Small Letter Rho
    • ς — Greek Small Letter Final Sigma
    • σ — Greek Small Letter Sigma
    • τ — Greek Small Letter Tau
    • υ — Greek Small Letter Upsilon
    • φ — Greek Small Letter Phi
    • χ — Greek Small Letter Chi
    • ψ — Greek Small Letter Psi
    • ω — Greek Small Letter Omega
    • ϊ — Greek Small Letter Iota with diaeresis
    • ϋ — Greek Small Letter Upsilon with diaeresis
    • ό — Greek Small Letter Omicron with acute accent
    • ύ — Greek Small Letter Upsilon with acute accent
    • ώ — Greek Small Letter Omega with acute accent
    • Ϗ — Greek Capital Kai Symbol
    • ϐ — Greek Beta Symbol
    • ϑ — Greek Theta Symbol
    • ϒ — Greek Upsilon with hook Symbol
    • ϓ — Greek Upsilon with acute and hook Symbol
    • ϔ — Greek Upsilon with diaeresis and hook Symbol
    • ϕ — Greek Phi Symbol
    • ϖ — Greek Pi Symbol
    • ϗ — Greek Kai Symbol
    • Ϙ — Greek Letter Qoppa
    • ϙ — Greek Small Letter Qoppa
    • Ϛ — Greek Letter Stigma (letter)
    • ϛ — Greek Small Letter Stigma
    • Ϝ — Greek Letter Digamma
    • ϝ — Greek Small Letter Digamma
    • Ϟ — Greek Letter Koppa
    • ϟ — Greek Small Letter Koppa
    • Ϡ — Greek Letter Sampi
    • ϡ — Greek Small Letter Sampi
    • Ϣ — Coptic Capital Letter Shei
    • ϣ — Coptic Small Letter Shei
    • Ϥ — Coptic Capital Letter Fei
    • ϥ — Coptic Small Letter Fei
    • Ϧ — Coptic Capital Letter Khei
    • ϧ — Coptic Small Letter Khei
    • Ϩ — Coptic Capital Letter Hori
    • ϩ — Coptic Small Letter Hori
    • Ϫ — Coptic Capital Letter Gangia
    • ϫ — Coptic Small Letter Gangia
    • Ϭ — Coptic Capital Letter Shima
    • ϭ — Coptic Small Letter Shima
    • Ϯ — Coptic Capital Letter Dei
    • ϯ — Coptic Small Letter Dei
    • ϰ — Greek Kappa Symbol
    • ϱ — Greek Rho Symbol
    • ϲ — Greek Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • ϳ — Greek Letter Yot
    • ϴ — Greek Capital Theta Symbol
    • ϵ — Greek Lunate Epsilon Symbol
    • ϶ — Greek Reversed Lunate Epsilon Symbol
    • Ϸ — Greek Capital Sho
    • ϸ — Greek Small Letter Sho
    • Ϲ — Greek Capital Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • Ϻ — Greek Capital San
    • ϻ — Greek Small Letter San
    • ϼ — Greek Rho with stroke Symbol
    • Ͻ — Greek Capital Reversed Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • Ͼ — Greek Capital Dotted Lunate Sigma Symbol
    • Ͽ — Greek Capital Reversed Dotted Lunate Sigma Symbol

    More Greek letters to copy and paste

    ἀ ἁ ἂ ἃ ἄ ἅ ἆ ἇ Ἀ Ἁ Ἂ Ἃ Ἄ Ἅ Ἆ Ἇ
    ἐ ἑ ἒ ἓ ἔ ἕ Ἐ Ἑ Ἒ Ἓ Ἔ Ἕ
    ἠ ἡ ἢ ἣ ἤ ἥ ἦ ἧ Ἠ Ἡ Ἢ Ἣ Ἤ Ἥ Ἦ Ἧ
    ἰ ἱ ἲ ἳ ἴ ἵ ἶ ἷ Ἰ Ἱ Ἲ Ἳ Ἴ Ἵ Ἶ Ἷ
    ὀ ὁ ὂ ὃ ὄ ὅ Ὀ Ὁ Ὂ Ὃ Ὄ Ὅ
    ὐ ὑ ὒ ὓ ὔ ὕ ὖ ὗ Ὑ Ὓ Ὕ Ὗ
    ὠ ὡ ὢ ὣ ὤ ὥ ὦ ὧ Ὠ Ὡ Ὢ Ὣ Ὤ Ὥ Ὦ Ὧ
    ὰ ά ὲ έ ὴ ή ὶ ί ὸ ό ὺ ύ ὼ ώ
    ᾀ ᾁ ᾂ ᾃ ᾄ ᾅ ᾆ ᾇ ᾈ ᾉ ᾊ ᾋ ᾌ ᾍ ᾎ ᾏ
    ᾐ ᾑ ᾒ ᾓ ᾔ ᾕ ᾖ ᾗ ᾘ ᾙ ᾚ ᾛ ᾜ ᾝ ᾞ ᾟ
    ᾠ ᾡ ᾢ ᾣ ᾤ ᾥ ᾦ ᾧ ᾨ ᾩ ᾪ ᾫ ᾬ ᾭ ᾮ ᾯ
    ᾰ ᾱ ᾲ ᾳ ᾴ ᾶ ᾷ Ᾰ Ᾱ Ὰ Ά ᾼ ᾽ ι ᾿
    ῀ ῁ ῂ ῃ ῄ ῆ ῇ Ὲ Έ Ὴ Ή ῌ ῍ ῎ ῏
    ῐ ῑ ῒ ΐ ῖ ῗ Ῐ Ῑ Ὶ Ί ῝ ῞ ῟
    ῠ ῡ ῢ ΰ ῤ ῥ ῦ ῧ Ῠ Ῡ Ὺ Ύ Ῥ ῭ ΅ `
    ῲ ῳ ῴ ῶ ῷ Ὸ Ό Ὼ Ώ ῼ ´ ῾


    Latin letters

    • Ḃ — Latin capital letter B with dot above
    • ḃ — Latin small letter B with dot above
    • Ḋ — Latin capital letter D with dot above
    • ḋ — Latin small letter D with dot above
    • Ḟ — Latin capital letter F with dot above
    • ḟ — Latin small letter F with dot above
    • Ṁ — Latin capital letter M with dot above
    • ṁ — Latin small letter M with dot above
    • Ṗ — Latin capital letter P with dot above
    • ṗ — Latin small letter P with dot above
    • Ṡ — Latin capital letter S with dot above
    • ṡ — Latin small letter S with dot above
    • Ṫ — Latin capital letter T with dot above
    • ṫ — Latin small letter T with dot above
    • Ẁ — Latin capital letter W with grave
    • ẁ — Latin small letter W with grave
    • Ẃ — Latin capital letter W with acute
    • ẃ — Latin small letter W with acute
    • Ẅ — Latin capital letter W with diaeresis
    • ẅ — Latin small letter W with diaeresis
    • ẛ — Latin small letter long S with dot above
    • Ỳ — Latin capital letter Y with grave

    Wrapup

    The above categories of emojis and Unicode symbols are ones that I feel are amongst the most useful.

    Wikipedia has amazing lists of emojis as well as a full list of the Unicode symbols.

    ⚡⚡Be aware those two webpages can take some time to load because they’re so big.⚡⚡

    Thanks for reading and using this list!


    J.J. Pryor

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  • 129 Tongue Twisters to Practice and Perfect English Pronunciation

    “Twist a tongue, and tongue a twist how many twists can a tongue twister twist around the twisting tongue.”― Jazz Feylynn

    Who doesn’t remember having a favorite tongue twister as a kid? For me, it was the “how much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.”

    Even to this day I can say it at a breakneck pace, much to the amusement of anyone around me at the time.

    But one thing I never realized as a child was the importance of tongue twisters. I thought they were just a fun little trick meant to kill some time after a bunch of practice — kind of like a magic trick.

    But it turns out people all around the world practice tongue twisters in English, even as adults! Why? Because it’s a great tool for learning to pronounce and enunciate difficult sounds in the English language!

    And what better way to learn a language than when it’s something fun?

    This article explores a bit of the history of tongue twisters, how to make your own, and of course, a list of 129 pre-existing tongue twisters at the end.

    Let’s jump in!

    What is a tongue twister?

    A tongue twister is a sentence or phrase that’s difficult to speak out loud, usually due to several alliterations and similar-sounding consonants.

    For example:

    • Peter Piper picked a pale of peppers.
    • How much wood could a woodchuck chuck?
    • She sells seashells by the seashore.

    And while some tongue twisters are longer, the short ones are often meant to be repeated multiple times in a row.

    • Toy boat
    • Top cop
    • Edward edited it

    They also usually consist of a combination of alliteration and similar-sounding consonants.

    Alliteration is the repetition of initial sounds in a series of words.

    Think of sentences like:

    • Amy ate apples
    • Greg gorged gleefully
    • Zack’s zany zoo

    Whereas similar-sounding consonants are more in the domain of how we sound out a word. The easiest way to recognize a consonant is that they’re the opposite of a vowel!

    Examples of constants:

    • Using your lips to pronounce “p” and “b”
    • Using the front of your tongue to pronounce “t” and “d”
    • Using the back of the tongue to pronounce “k” and “g”
    • Using your throat to pronounce “h”
    • Using forced air to pronounce “f” and “v” and “s”
    • Using your nasal cavity to pronounce “m” and “n” (Try plugging your nose and humming those letters!)

    Combine the two literary devices, throw in some humor and/or a story, and you have yourself a brand new tongue twister!

    Fun facts about tongue twisters

    What’s the hardest tongue twister in the world?

    Well, back in 1974, the Guinness World Records listed the most difficult tongue twister in the English language for the last time. Their final winner?

    The sixth sick sheikh’s sixth sheep’s sick.

    But according to the author and columnist William Poundstone, after testing numerous English speakers, he claimed the most difficult tongue twister in the world is:

    The seething sea ceaseth and thus the seething sea sufficeth us.

    Did you know the famous “She sells seashells” tongue twister was made into a song?

    While the original phrase was created as a dictation exercise in 1850, the twister was turned into lyrics in a famous song in 19908, by British songwriter Terry Sullivan and musician Harry Gifford.

    There’s also a National Tongue Twister Day, celebrated annually on November 8! People can be pretty serious about seemingly silly things, can’t they?

    Did you want to create your own tongue twisters? It’s not too hard. Plus, it’s fun! That’s why I created a simple 7-step process to make your own.

    129 Tongue Twisters in Alphabetical Order

    Here’s a huge list of tongue twisters to play with, teach with, or just practice for yourself! I listed them in alphabetic order for ease of reading. Also, if one of the tongue twisters is short, like one to three words, the idea is to repeat them multiple times over and over.

    1. A big black bear sat on a big black rug.
    2. A flea and a fly flew up in a flue.
    3. A happy hippo hopped and hiccupped.
    4. A pessimistic pest exists amidst us.
    5. A proper copper coffee pot.
    6. A really leery Larry rolls readily to the road.
    7. A shapeless sash sags slowly.
    8. A skunk sat on a stump and thunk the stump stunk, but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.
    9. A snake sneaks to seek a snack.
    10. A synonym for cinnamon is a cinnamon synonym.
    11. An ape hates grape cakes.
    12. Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more.
    13. Bake big batches of bitter brown bread.
    14. Betty Botter bought some butter but, said she, the butter’s bitter. If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter. But a bit of better butter will make my bitter batter better. So she So ‘t was better Betty Botter bought some better butter.put it in her bitter batter, made her bitter batter better.
    15. Betty’s big bunny bobbled by the blueberry bush.
    16. Birdie birdie in the sky laid a turdie in my eye. If cows could fly I’d have a cow pie in my eye.
    17. Black back bat.
    18. Blue bluebird.
    19. Brisk brave brigadiers brandished broad bright blades, blunderbusses, and bludgeons — balancing them badly.
    20. Can you can a can as a canner can can a can?
    21. Can you can a canned can into an un-canned can like a canner can can a canned can into an un-canned can?
    22. Cooks cook cupcakes quickly.
    23. Daddy draws doors.
    24. Double bubble gum, bubbles double.
    25. Each Easter Eddie eats eighty Easter eggs.
    26. Eddie edited it.
    27. Eleven benevolent elephants.
    28. Elizabeth has eleven elves in her elm tree.
    29. Flash message.
    30. Four fine fresh fish for you.
    31. Four furious friends fought for the phone.
    32. Fred fed Ted bread and Ted fed Fred bread.
    33. Fresh French fried fly fritters.
    34. Fresh fried fish.
    35. Friendly fleas and fireflies.
    36. Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy, was he?
    37. Give papa a proper cup of coffee in a copper coffee cup.
    38. Gobbling gargoyles gobbled gobbling goblins.
    39. Good blood, bad blood.
    40. Green glass globes glow greenly.
    41. He threw three free throws.
    42. How can a clam cram in a clean cream can?
    43. How many yaks could a yak pack, pack if a yak pack could pack yaks?
    44. How much ground would a groundhog hog, if a groundhog could hog ground? A groundhog would hog all the ground he could hog, if a groundhog could hog ground.
    45. How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? He would chuck, he would, as much as he could, and chuck as much wood as a woodchuck would if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
    46. I have got a date at a quarter to eight; I’ll see you at the gate, so don’t be late.
    47. I looked right at Larry’s rally and left in a hurry.
    48. I saw a kitten eating chicken in the kitchen.
    49. I saw Susie sitting in a shoeshine shop.
    50. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream.
    51. I slit the sheet, the sheet I slit, and on the slitted sheet I sit.
    52. I thought a thought. But the thought I thought Wasn’t the thought I thought I thought. If the thought I thought I thought, Had been the thought I thought, I wouldn’t have thought I thought.
    53. I thought I thought of thinking of thanking you.
    54. I wish to wash my Irish wristwatch.
    55. If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does he choose?
    56. If practice makes perfect and perfect needs practice, I’m perfectly practiced and practically perfect.
    57. If you must cross a course cross cow across a crowded cow crossing, cross the cross coarse cow across the crowded cow crossing carefully.
    58. If you notice this notice, you will notice that this notice is not worth noticing.
    59. Imagine an imaginary menagerie manager managing an imaginary menagerie.
    60. Lesser leather never weathered wetter weather better.
    61. Linda-Lou Lambert loves lemon lollipop lipgloss.
    62. Little Lillian lets lazy lizards lie along the lily pads.
    63. Lucky rabbits like to cause a ruckus.
    64. Many an anemone sees an enemy anemone.
    65. Near an ear, a nearer ear, a nearly eerie ear.
    66. Nine nice night nurses nursing nicely.
    67. No need to light a night-light on a light night like tonight.
    68. Of all the vids I’ve ever viewed, I’ve never viewed a vid as valued as Alex’s valuable vid.
    69. One-one was a race horse. Two-two was one too. One-one won one race. Two-two won one too.
    70. Pad kid poured curd pulled cod.
    71. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
    72. Picky people pick Peter Pan Peanut-Butter, ’tis the peanut-butter picky people pick.
    73. Pre-shrunk silk shirts.
    74. Really leery, rarely Larry.
    75. Red Buick, blue Buick.
    76. Red lorry, yellow lorry.
    77. Roberta ran rings around the Roman ruins.
    78. Rolling red wagons.
    79. Rory the warrior and Roger the worrier were reared wrongly in a rural brewery.
    80. Rory’s lawn rake rarely rakes really right.
    81. Round and round the rugged rocks the ragged rascal ran.
    82. Rubber baby buggy bumpers.
    83. Scissors sizzle, thistles sizzle.
    84. Selfish shellfish.
    85. Send toast to ten tense stout saints’ ten tall tents.
    86. She sees cheese.
    87. She sells seashells on the seashore. The shells she sells are seashells, I’m sure. And if she sells seashells on the seashore, Then I’m sure she sells seashore shells.
    88. She stood on the balcony, inexplicably mimicking him hiccuping, and amicably welcoming him in.
    89. Sheena leads, Sheila needs.
    90. Six Czech cricket critics.
    91. Six sick hicks nick six slick bricks with picks and sticks.
    92. Six sleek swans swam swiftly southwards.
    93. Six sticky skeletons.
    94. Smelly shoes and socks shock sisters.
    95. Snap crackle pop.
    96. So, this is the sushi chef.
    97. Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the 3D thoughts of Matthew the thug — although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles and thorns through the underneath of his thigh that the thirty-year-old thug thought of that morning.
    98. Specific Pacific.
    99. Stupid superstition.
    100. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    101. “Surely Sylvia swims!” shrieked Sammy surprised. “Someone should show Sylvia some strokes so she shall not sink.”
    102. Susie works in a shoeshine shop. Where she shines she sits, and where she sits she shines.
    103. The 33 thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
    104. The big bug bit the little beetle.
    105. The great Greek grape growers grow great Greek grapes.
    106. The sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick.
    107. The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
    108. Thin sticks, thick bricks.
    109. Thirty-three thirsty, thundering thoroughbreds thumped Mr. Thurber on Thursday.
    110. Thirty-three thousand feathers on a thrushes throat.
    111. Three free throws.
    112. Tie twine to three tree twigs.
    113. Tom threw Tim three thumbtacks.
    114. Top chopstick shops stock top chopsticks.
    115. Toy boat. Toy boat. Toy boat.
    116. Truly rural.
    117. Twelve twins twirled twelve twigs.
    118. Two tried and true tridents.
    119. Wayne went to wales to watch walruses.
    120. We surely shall see the sun shine soon.
    121. Which witch is which?
    122. Which wrist watches are Swiss wrist watches?
    123. Willie’s really weary.
    124. Willy’s real rear wheel.
    125. Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, black bread. Spread it thick, say it quick! Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, black bread. Spread it thicker, say it quicker! Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, black bread.
    126. You know New York, you need New York, you know you need unique New York.
    127. Green Greg greedily grifts a grail of green grapes to greet his grandkids.
    128. Groggy Greg graciously gripes at the groovy groom to grease his grumpiness.
    129. Greedy Greg gracefully grabs the grocery gristle to grip his gratin.

    J.J. Pryor

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