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Feb 4, 2024

[Answer] Instead of a word, Oxford chose which emoji as its 2015 Word of the Year?

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...For the first — and so far only — time, Oxford chose a pictograph as its 2015 Word of the Year: the “Face With Tears of Joy” emoji. Oxford decided to use an emoji for the 2015 word because of its huge gain in popularity, with the “Face With Tears of Joy” emoji coming in as the most-used emoji in the world. (It made up 20% of all emoji usage in the U.K. and 17% in the U.S.) The usage of the word “emoji” itself tripled from 2014 to 2015, further strengthening Oxford’s cause.




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Face With Tears of Joy:


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