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〽️Part Alternation Mark

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Meaning of 〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji

Part Alternation Mark emoji is an M-shaped symbol with one of the M’s legs being longer than the other. This is a Japanese form of punctuation used in music. It shows the beginning part of a song or where the singer is supposed to start singing.

This emoji is useful when you are in the music business and are working on a music project that needs some organization. Send it with the 🎤 Microphone emoji and 🎶 Musical Notes emoji to show where there will be music and where the singer will start singing.

User-Submitted Meanings

Denotes the start of a singer's part in traditional Japanese music. I love his part 〽️ in this song
Author MoieSauron, Feb 10, 2024

Examples of the 〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji in use

Frequently used 〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji phrases for messengers and web communication:

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Combinations with 〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: 🤡🍔🍟〽️ . You can use these combos to create riddles or convey messages without using words.

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— McDonald's
— Monthly report

Relevant kaomoji

Kaomoji are popular in Japan for sharing emotions and situations using Japanese grammar, punctuation, and characters. Like this: ‿︵‿︵‿ ! To impress your friends, you can use this creative style in messengers and the web.

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〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji designs on different devices

Emojis may look different across platforms. Each web service, OS, or gadget manufacturer can create an Emoji design according to their corporate style and vision. Here, you can check out what the 〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji looks like on the most popular platforms:

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〽️ Part Alternation Mark Emoji: specifications and details

Full name 〽️ Part Alternation Mark
Category 💯 Symbols
Subcategory 🔱 Other Symbol
How to type shortcode


Unicode (fully-qualified) 〽️ U+303D U+FE0F
Unicode (unqualified) 〽 U+303D
Made with U+303D 〽 Part Alternation Mark
U+FE0F Variation Selector-16
Unicode version Unicode 3.2 (2002)
Listed in Emoji Version 1.0