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The Pen emoji is mightier than the sword emoji! This emoji features a ballpoint pen with gold or silver accents and in blue or black, depending on the platforms that show it. This emoji should not be confused with the Black Nib emoji or the Fountain Pen emoji, with differences on their writing tips. The pen emoji belongs to the group of writing emojis, including Pencil emoji and Writing Hand emoji.

Other names for the pen are the marker emoji or the signature emoji. The reason for the other two names of the pen emoji is because this emoji is used to mark specific items in a sheet or document that needs to be signed by the receiver or the person in question. Since many people use signature pens for signing papers, the pen emoji became its unofficial representative.

You can also use the pen emoji with the Memo emoji to refer to taking down notes during a meeting, a lecture, or during scientific experiments. Using the pen emoji often describes an official or written statement. It can also be used to mark calendars with the Calendar emoji to ask people to be mindful of the deadline or an event taking place.

Some also use this in a less serious way. Using this emoji with the Thinking Face emoji and Lightbulb emoji describe writing down a brilliant idea or concept you just recently developed. Another less formal use of the emoji is to place it next to the Artist emoji and Books emoji. This describes a novelist or journalist that could be a part of the topic being discussed.

๐Ÿ–Š๏ธ Pen is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 7.0 which was introduced in 2014, and was added to Emoji 0.7.

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This Pen Is Also Known As:

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marker emoji

Pen Emoji History

Pen Emoji is created in the year 2014.

Pen Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F58A FE0F
  • Version
    Version 7.0
  • Year
    2014