Emojipedia is the world's #1 emoji reference site providing up-to-date and well-researched information you can trust. It was founded in 2013 by Australian Jeremy Burge.
Emoji names displayed on Emojipedia are official emoji names sourced from the Unicode Standard. Emoji images belong to their respective creators, and we display and archive these for the purpose of commentary and explanation.
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Who Writes Emojipedia's Emoji Definitions?
Emoji definitions on Emojipedia are researched and written by Senior Emoji Lexicographer Jane Solomon (2020-present).
Keith Broni, Editor In Chief
Keith Broni is the Editor in Chief of Emojipedia. He oversees the site's day-to-day operations, which includes researching global emoji use and monitoring changes to emoji design sets.
Jane Solomon, Senior Emoji Lexicographer
Jane Solomon is Emojipedia's Senior Emoji Lexicographer and author of the children's book The Dictionary of Difficult Words.
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