Sunday, July 17, 2022

Genesis, the Torah / Bible in Hieroglyphics 𓏴𓂝𓇴𓃾𓁢𓉐

It is generally accepted that the Paleo-Hebrew alphabet that the Torah was written in was derived from the ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics via Proto-Sinaic script. The modern sounds for the glyphs often come directly from the word, for example the Hebrew Χ’ (ayin) which means eye is derived from the ancient hieroglyph for eye π“Ή. While the shapes became totally morphed, the order and meaning is unmistakeable. Note that the ancient Egyptians likely had different phonemes for each of glyphs and a different order. But the order of this "Aleph Bet" was passed on through Phoenician to Greek and spawned off most of the written scripts in use today (including this very one: AB[C]D).

We can write the Torah / Bible in hieroglyphics because of this ancient (nearly) 1-1 mapping from Paleo-Hebrew to ancient hieroglyphics, and because some awesome people have labored to expand unicode to include all the needed hieroglyphics!  For example: בראשיΧͺ becomes 𓏴𓂝𓇴𓃾𓁢𓉐

You can download the complete genesis in hieroglyphics here, and see the first parsha / chapter below.

Note a few things to note:
  • The Hebrew came from, Tanach with Text Only (Hebrew). text without tags.
  • Processing was done in python; can be done for the other books if needed.
  • I wasn't fancy enough to get the right-to-left thing working, so the text here has all the characters in backwards order.
  • There is some ambiguity in the mapping for example Χ• (vav/upf Χ’Χ•Χ£) could be π“…± or π“Œ‰. In these cases I tried to choose the cooler looking glyph.

Genesis / בראשיΧͺ / 𓏴𓂝𓇴𓃾𓁢𓉐

𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓉐 𓏴𓂝𓇴𓃾𓁢𓉐

π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓂝𓆓𓂋 𓋿𓁹 π“΄π“‚‹π“‰—π“Άπ“ˆ– π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓉗𓅱𓁢𓅱 π“ˆ–π“…±π“€ π“΄ 𓂝𓆓𓂋 𓋿𓁹 𓂧𓇴𓉗𓅱 𓅱𓀠𓉐𓅱 𓅱𓀠𓏴 𓀠𓏴𓂝𓀠 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠𓅱

𓁢𓅱𓃾 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓁢𓅱𓃾 𓂝𓀠𓂝 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓂧𓇴𓉗𓀠 𓆓𓂝𓉐𓅱 𓁢𓅱𓃾𓀠 𓆓𓂝𓉐 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓋿𓆛𓉐𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 𓁢𓅱𓃾𓀠 𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱

𓆛𓉗𓃾 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓀠𓋿𓂝𓋿 π“ƒΎπ“Άπ“Ž— 𓂧𓇴𓉗𓋿𓅱 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ 𓁢𓅱𓃾𓋿 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ƒΎπ“Άπ“Ž—π“‚π“…±

π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ– 𓆓𓂝𓉐 π“‹Ώπ“‚π“†›π“‰π“ˆ– 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓂧𓅱𓏴𓉐 π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Ά 𓂝𓀠𓂝 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‹Ώ π“‹Ώπ“Ήπ“ˆ– 𓁢𓇴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓆓𓂝𓉐𓅱 π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‹Ώ π“΄π“‰—π“΄π“ˆ– 𓁢𓇴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓆓𓂝𓉐 𓋿𓆛𓉐𓂝𓅱 π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“€  𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓇴𓁹𓂝𓅱

𓂝𓆓𓇴 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄ π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‹Ώ π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ƒΎπ“Άπ“Ž—π“‚π“…±

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓀠𓇴𓉐𓂝𓀠 𓀠𓃾𓁢𓏴𓅱 𓆛𓉗𓃾 π“ˆ–π“…±π“Ž—π“ˆ– 𓋿𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  π“΄π“‰—π“΄π“ˆ– π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  π“…±π“…±π“Ž—π“‚ π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‚ π“ƒΎπ“Άπ“Ž— π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  π“€ π“…±π“Ž—π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“…± 𓇑𓁢𓃾 𓀠𓇴𓉐𓂝𓋿 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ƒΎπ“Άπ“Ž—π“‚π“…±

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 𓅱𓉐 π“…±π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” 𓁢𓇴𓃾 π“…±π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓂝𓁢𓂋 𓀠𓇴𓁹 𓂝𓁢𓂋 𓇑𓁹 π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” π“Ήπ“‚π“Άπ“ˆ”π“ˆ– 𓉐𓇴𓁹 𓃾𓇴𓆛 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓃾𓇴𓆛𓏴 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱 π“…±π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓅱𓉐 π“…±π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” 𓁢𓇴𓃾 𓂝𓁢𓂋 𓀠𓇴𓁹 𓇑𓁹𓅱 π“…±π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” π“Ήπ“‚π“Άπ“ˆ”π“ˆ– 𓉐𓇴𓁹 𓃾𓇴𓆛 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓃾𓇑𓅱𓏴𓅱

𓂝𓇴𓂝𓋿𓇴 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱

π“ˆ–π“‚π“†“π“‡΄π“…± π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‚π“‹Ώπ“…± π“ˆ–π“‚π“†›π“Ήπ“…±π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“…± 𓏴𓏴𓃾𓋿 𓅱𓂝𓀠𓅱 𓀠𓋿𓂝𓋿𓀠 𓆓𓂝𓉐𓅱 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚π“€  𓆓𓂝𓉐 𓋿𓂝𓆛𓉐𓀠𓋿 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‰ π“΄π“Άπ“ƒΎπ“ˆ– 𓂝𓀠𓂝 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 𓁢𓂝𓃾𓀠𓋿 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‰ π“΄π“Άπ“…±π“ƒΎπ“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓅱𓂝𓀠𓅱

π“ˆ–π“‚π“‰π“‚§π“…±π“‚§π“€  𓏴𓃾𓅱 𓀠𓋿𓂝𓋿𓀠 π“΄π“‹Ώπ“‡΄π“ˆ–π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“†“π“„€π“Ž—π“€  π“Άπ“…±π“ƒΎπ“ˆ–π“€  𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚π“€  π“΄π“‹Ώπ“‡΄π“ˆ–π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“‹Ώπ“†›π“Œ™π“€  π“Άπ“…±π“ƒΎπ“ˆ–π“€  𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“‹Ώπ“†›π“Œ™π“€  π“΄π“Άπ“ƒΎπ“ˆ–π“€  𓂝𓆓𓇴 𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓇴𓁹𓂝𓅱

𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 𓁢𓂝𓃾𓀠𓋿 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Άπ“‰ π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ˆ–π“΄π“ƒΎ 𓆓𓏴𓂝𓅱

𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱 𓂧𓇴𓉗𓀠 𓆓𓂝𓉐𓅱 𓁢𓅱𓃾𓀠 𓆓𓂝𓉐 𓋿𓂝𓆛𓉐𓀠𓋿𓅱 𓀠𓋿𓂝𓋿𓉐𓅱 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚π“‰ π“‹Ώπ“‡΄π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“…±

𓂝𓁹𓂝𓉐𓁢 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱

π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  π“Ήπ“‚π“Ž—π“Ά 𓂝𓆓𓂋 𓋿𓁹 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 𓂋𓂋𓅱𓁹𓂝 𓂋𓅱𓁹𓅱 𓀠𓂝𓉗 𓇴𓂋𓆓 𓇑𓁢𓇴 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓅱𓇑𓁢𓇴𓂝 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱 π“…±π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓂋𓆓𓂧 𓂋𓅱𓁹 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“ˆ–π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓅱𓇑𓁢𓇴 𓁢𓇴𓃾 π“΄π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Άπ“€  𓀠𓂝𓉗𓀠 𓇴𓂋𓆓 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“‹Ώπ“†›π“Œ™π“€  π“ˆ–π“†“π“‚π“†“π“΄π“€  𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓉐𓂝𓅱

𓇑𓁢𓃾𓉐 𓉐𓁢𓂝 𓂋𓅱𓁹𓀠𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‚π“‰ π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“€  𓏴𓃾 π“…±π“ƒΎπ“‹Ώπ“ˆ–π“…± 𓅱𓉐𓁢𓅱 𓅱𓁢𓂋 π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‹Ώ π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ˆ–π“΄π“ƒΎ 𓂧𓁢𓉐𓂝𓅱

π“‚π“‡΄π“‚π“ˆ–π“‰— π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓇑𓁢𓃾 𓅱𓏴𓂝𓉗𓅱 π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Άπ“…± π“€ π“ˆ–π“€ π“‰ π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓀠𓂝𓉗 𓇴𓂋𓆓 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓃾𓇑𓅱𓏴 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓂝𓂧 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱 π“…±π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“€ π“ˆ–π“†›π“ƒΎπ“€  π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Ά 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ π“€ π“ˆ–π“€ π“‰π“€  𓏴𓃾𓅱 π“€ π“†“π“‚π“ˆ–π“‹Ώ 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓏴𓂝𓉗 𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓇴𓁹𓂝𓅱

𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Άπ“€  π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Άπ“€  𓋿𓂧𓉐𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓂧𓉐𓅱 π“€ π“ˆ–π“€ π“‰π“‰π“…± π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  𓂋𓅱𓁹𓉐𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€  π“΄π“Œ™π“†›π“‰ 𓅱𓆛𓁢𓂝𓅱 π“…±π“†“π“΄π“…±π“ˆ–π“†›π“‚§ π“…±π“†“π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“‡‘π“‰ π“ˆ–π“†›π“ƒΎ 𓀠𓇴𓁹𓆓 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

π“ˆ–π“΄π“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓉐 π“€ π“‰π“Ž—π“†“π“…± π“Άπ“‚§π“ˆ” 𓅱𓏴𓃾 𓃾𓁢𓉐 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“‡‘π“‰ π“…±π“ˆ–π“‹Ώπ“‡‘π“‰ π“ˆ–π“†›π“ƒΎπ“€  𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓉐𓂝𓅱

𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 π“΄π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“Άπ“€  𓀠𓂝𓉗 𓋿𓂧𓉐𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  𓂋𓅱𓁹𓉐𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€  π“΄π“Œ™π“†›π“‰ 𓅱𓆛𓁢𓅱 𓀠𓇴𓉐𓂧𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓏴𓃾 π“…±π“ƒΎπ“‹Ώπ“ˆ–π“…± 𓅱𓉐𓁢𓅱 𓅱𓁢𓂋 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ˆ–π“€ π“‹Ώ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…± π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“ˆ–π“΄π“ƒΎ 𓂧𓁢𓉐𓂝𓅱

𓀠𓋿𓂧𓃾𓋿 𓀠𓂝𓀠𓂝 π“ˆ–π“‚§π“‹Ώ π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” 𓇑𓁹 𓂝𓁢𓂋 𓅱𓉐 𓁢𓇴𓃾 𓇑𓁹𓀠 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓂧 𓂝𓆓𓂋 𓋿𓁹 𓁢𓇴𓃾 π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” π“Ήπ“Άπ“ˆ” 𓉐𓇴𓁹 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚§π“‹Ώ 𓂝𓏴𓏴𓆓 𓀠𓆓𓀠 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ π“Άπ“ˆ–π“ƒΎπ“‚π“…±

𓆓𓂧 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓀠𓋿𓂧𓃾𓋿 𓉐𓇴𓁹 π“Ž—π“Άπ“‚ 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾 𓀠𓂝𓉗 𓇴𓂋𓆓 𓅱𓉐 𓁢𓇴𓃾 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓋿𓁹 π“‡΄π“ˆ–π“…±π“Ά 𓋿𓂧𓋿𓅱 π“ˆ–π“‚π“ˆ–π“‡΄π“€  𓂋𓅱𓁹 𓋿𓂧𓋿𓅱 𓇑𓁢𓃾𓀠 𓏴𓂝𓉗 𓋿𓂧𓋿𓅱

𓂝𓇴𓇴𓀠 π“ˆ–π“…±π“‚ π“Άπ“Ž—π“‰ 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 𓉐𓁢𓁹 𓂝𓀠𓂝𓅱 π“†›π“ƒΎπ“ˆ– 𓉐𓅱𓄀 𓀠𓆓𓀠𓅱 𓀠𓇴𓁹 𓁢𓇴𓃾 𓋿𓂧 𓏴𓃾 π“ˆ–π“‚π“€ π“‹Ώπ“ƒΎ 𓃾𓁢𓂝𓅱

The above is chapter 1, for the other chapters see the full google doc with all of Genesis in hieroglyphics.

Monday, July 11, 2022

Websters Hieroglyphics Dictionary - new and updated

The Latin script we use in English can be traced back to logograms of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Given the way that language is moving back to logograms πŸ€ͺ I thought it would be wonderful if we brought the original hieroglyphics back into common use π“€ . Lucky for us, in 2009 about a thousand actual ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics were added to unicode meaning you can easily copy/paste them into your favorite chatting apps. The only thing stopping us is understanding what they mean - and so here I present a brand new and totally modern:

Hieroglyphics Dictionary

These definitions are mere suggestions; the important thing is that you use the symbols and keep the 5000 year old tradition alive! (Websters in this case means a dictionary for people who use the web).

If you want to participate: Here is a living document where you can suggest new phrases and definitions.

Note: just copy/paste to use hieroglyphics, never been easier

Highlighted phrases you can use today:

𓄰𓀠𓀑𓀀 = hells yeah!

π“Ž©π“€? = are you hungry

𓆑 = I'm not hungry

see you later π“†Š

𓁝 𓁅 = good morning 

𓁀 π“€’ 𓀐 = good night

π“‰₯ = happy birthday

π“€£= NOPE / talk to the hand

𓀀𓀃 = calm down / tranquillo

π“Šπ“€π“Š = magic mushrooms

𓁿𓀆𓀐 = Cannot unsee

π“€₯π“€ π“€€ = let's dance

π“ŽΉπ“€ π“ŽΈ = let's drink


π“ˆ–π“„°π“€ π“€‘π“€€π“‹₯π“ˆ– = hells yeah!

𓁿 = cry

π“‚˜ π“‚“ = hug

𓆫 = loving hugs

π“‚œ = don't know / shrug

π“€’ 𓁀 𓀐 = falling / tired

π“€— = old / tired

𓀋 𓀑 𓀐 = headache/FML/orz

𓀀𓀃 = calm down / tranquillo

π“€£= NOPE / talk to the hand

𓁆𓁙 = come back baby

π“ŠΉ = I surrender

π“„ͺ = deal with it πŸ•Ά

π“„… = bad hair day / woke up like this

𓁿𓀆𓀐 = Cannot unsee


𓁀 π“€’ 𓀐 π“€Ώ = good night

𓁝 π“œ π“₯ 𓁅 π“ˆŒ = good morning

𓍴 π“‰₯ 𓉦 π“‹₯ = happy birthday

𓁆𓁙𓁋 = have a flower

Food related

𓀁 𓁉 π“Š² π“Š΄ π“Ž© π“ŠΈ 𓂏 = eat

𓆑 = I'm not hungry

π“Š―π“‚ = come over for dinner

π“Š΄π“‚ = breakfast in bed

π“ŽΉπ“€ π“ŽΈ = let's drink

π“€†π“¨π“€ˆ = let's get smashed

𓏋 = milk

π“Š‘ = smores

π“‹›π“‹›π“‹›= Ice pops

𓂦 = eating an ice-pop

𓆇 = egg

𓏑 = avocado

π“ˆ‘ = happy avocado


Cool people

𓀬 = baller

𓁇 𓀡 π“˜ π“š π“₯ 𓁫 𓁰 𓁳 π“€² 𓁐 π“ˆ

Actions / activities

π“€Ÿ = fight me

π“€₯π“€ π“€€ = dancing

π“€Ÿπ“„ = playing sports

π“€ͺ𓀫 = jumping rope

π“‚° = getting ready for night out

𓁩 = selfie

π“Š…π“© bathroom selfie

π“€… = working on your computer

π“‚· = touch

𓁏 = touchdown

π“€™π“€Ÿπ“‚»π“‚»π“‚» = hiking

π“Š 𓍄 = sailing

π“„«π“„΅π“„°π“ˆ Day at the beach

𓁒 = fancy dress party

π“Ž³ 𓉲 𓇅 = black tie

𓁲 = pooping. (π“„½ = poop)

π“‚  = crystal ball / future looking

Women and children



Cool body parts

𓁢 𓁹 π“‚€ π“‚… π“‚ˆ 𓂉 𓂐

π“‚  π“‚‘ π“‚€ 𓄐

𓂻𓃀𓃁 = Orthopedist office

This glyph seems much lower quality and would be cool to know why

π“Š man wearing tunic with fringes and holding mace


π“…Ύ = dinosaur

π“ƒ°π“ƒ±π“ƒ΅π“ƒ»π“„€π“„π“„‚π“ƒ—π“ƒ˜π“ƒš π“ƒ²π“ƒ·π“ƒΉπ“„ƒπ“„…π“„‡π“„šπ“ƒŸπ“ƒ π“ƒΎ

Cool birds

π“…›π“…»π“…π“…“π“…”π“…–π“…˜π“…™π“…šπ“… π“…’π“…£π“…₯π“…¨π“…ͺπ“…°π“…Šπ“…ƒπ“…‡π“…€π“…Ίπ“†€π“†π“†‚π“…½


Cute baby birds


Reptiles, amphibian and fish:



π“†“π“†•π“†—π“†™π“†š = danger noodles





π“ŒΉ = A (actually comes from 𓃾 ... π“‚œ)

π“‚™ = flying saucer on a broomstick

π“‹ˆ = heartrise on top of sunrise

𓍲𓍳𓂒𓁔 = breast cancer awareness

𓐦 = starbucks

π“’π“Š” = band aids

π“š = asteroids game spaceship

𓏒 = guinness

𓏲𓐙 = smoking

π“²π“šπ“΄ =  no smoking

𓐑 = tree

π“Œ’π“™ = cool arrows

𓐩 = holy roman empire

π“Š˜ = da bomb

π“…‹ = do you need a ride?

π“‹Ÿ = ?

𓋧 π“ˆ³ =?

π“Œ΅π“ŒΆ = ?

Cool leggy things:


Cool plants




𓄧 = Rooftop TV antenna

π“Žš =  wrench

π“Ÿ = traffic light

π“Š•π“‹Œπ“Œ³ = electric transformer

π“Š— = N1 rocket engines

𓇴 = snake jazz

𓍻 = magnet

𓆺  = fishing buoy

𓐓 = airplane

𓐫 = doorbell

Art gallery


𓉳 = pearly gates

𓉢𓉢𓉢𓉢 = crayons

Cool shapes



Dirty (how has the internet not known about this yet)

Also - sorry mom but this section was important.

π“‚Ί = π“„Ί + π“‚Έ

π“€° π“€Ί 𓁀 = hard dick

𓁗 =  limp dick (queen with flower)

𓀏𓁅 = kink

π“‚‘π“‚‘ π“‚’π“‚’ = small and big boobs

π“Œ = vibrator

𓂨 π“„° π“„Ί =  cum

π“Ž = thinking with your penis

Kind of ruining the point of them being unicode - but in this world - you need cool pictures for the previews - so we're tucking this little image at the bottom.

Monday, June 20, 2022

How to find the dangerous areas of a city you don't know