ideogram

(redirected from emoticon)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Even though the presidential election has come and gone, it is unlikely that people will stop talking about it any time soon, and these emoticons will be highly topical for the foreseeable future.
He realised the potential of digital communication and the years to follow, and compiled an emoticon dictionary, a precursor to the extensive list of emojis we use these days.
Nevertheless, numerous studies have analysed their textual counterparts, traditional typographic emoticons (Derks et al.
The way we use emoticons on chat apps today, many predict that we are witnessing the birth of a new language.
Users of the app can select one or more emoticons to share their passion for any match.
Yo u see it costs more to send a picture and depending on how your phone distinguishes between emoticons and, say, photographs, smiley-face-sending customers could be unknowlingly paying hand over fist for exprexting themselves (did you see what I did there?
This distain for the emoticon was underscored in 2006 when a male character from the animated television series The Boondocks texted a female character.
and (3) how does sending/receiving an emoticon shape individual behavior in the following period?
This multiplicity of possibilities can lead to the opposite of what you're intending, causing confusion rather than preventing misunderstanding if those you're communicating with don't know the particular emoticon.
The use of emoticons in literary criticism has numerous advantages.
Scott Fahlman, claims to be the first to post the emoticon in a message to an online electronic bulletin board tit 11:44 a.
In fact, the Smiley face emoticon celebrated its 25th birthday on Sept.