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251.

Maple Leaf

The leaf from a maple tree. The sap of a maple tree can be used to create maple syrup,. Many peop more...

252.

Leaf Fluttering in Wind

Leaves floating in the air removed from a tree by the wind. These leaves are still green, which me more...

253.

Fallen Leaf

Fall colored leaves. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the fall after they dry out and turn bro more...

254.

Palm Tree

Palm trees are native to warming climates near the Equator of the Earth and are often associated wi more...

255.

Cactus

A classic and easily recognizable cactus. Cacti (plural) have spines to protect themselves from be more...

256.

Sheaf of Rice

Rice is a seed of a plant. It is considered a grain and is a staple food (inexpensive, easily stor more...

257.

Spiral Shell

A spiral shell or sea shell made by a sea creature and found at the beach. Shells are hard and pro more...

258.

Pine Decoration

A Japanese pine decoration, called a kadomatsu, is placed in Japanese homes, traditionally in the d more...

259.

Heart with Ribbon

Pink candy box in the shape of a heart with a yellow ribbon tied in a bow around it. Balloons and C more...

260.

Japanese Dolls

The Japanese Dolls emoji is a symbol for the Hinamatsuri (Girls' Day or Doll's Day) in Ja more...

261.

School Backpack

A satchel or backpack used to carry a child's school supplies, such as textbooks, notebooks, p more...

262.

Graduation Cap

A traditional hat worn by students graduating from a school, college, or university. A mark of com more...

263.

Carp Streamer

Carp streamers (koinobori banners) are flown on Children's Day in Japan, a national holiday. more...

264.

Sparkler

A sparkler is a firework that emits sparks when lit and is designed to be held in the hand. A bit more...

265.

Wind Chime

A wind chime is an instrument or object designed to make sounds or play music when the wind blows. more...

266.

Moon Viewing Ceremony

The moon viewing ceremony is a Japanese tradition of honoring a full autumn (harvest) moon. In hon more...

267.

Jack-O-Lantern

A pumpkin is a giant orange fruit that grows on a vine and ripens in the fall (autumn). The pumpki more...

268.

Ghost

A playing ghostly figure with a white sheet and tongue out trying to scare you.

269.

Santa Claus

Father Christmas, also known as Santa Clause, is a jolly old man who lives at the North Pole and de more...

270.

Wrapped Gift

An object wrapped in paper so that people cannot see what hides inside. People love to give other more...

271.

Bell

Polished brass bell gold in color. Pairs with "Bell with Cancellation Stroke" Emoji. iE more...

272.

Party Popper

A party popper is a small hand-held explosive devise that, when triggered, sends colorful confetti more...

273.

Balloon

A balloon is generally an expandable rubber or flexible foil bag designed to filled with gas (such more...

274.

Optical Disk

A silver disk of optical media of some sort. Optical Disk Baby! Updated image in iOS 5! Woot!

275.

Dvd

A vinyl disk which has been painted with the joyful tears of Justin briber's fans. iEmoji old more...

276.

Camera

A silver hand held, probably digital camera.

277.

Movie Camera

A film-based video camera used to make movies on photographic film. A movie camera holds unexposed more...

278.

Laptop Computer

A desktop computer screen with keyboard. iEmoji old name: Computer Screen.

279.

Television

Updated image in iOS 5! Bigger screen! Honestly, Unicode needs an update. There is no way this thin more...

280.

Mobile Phone

An iPhone from Apple computer icon. Hopefully hardware version 2.2 or above. Old emoji name: iPh more...

281.

Fax Machine

An old fax machine with paper loaded ready to go.

282.

Telephone

CALL HIM! We're sorry. If you would like to make a call, hang up, and try again. An old red more...

283.

Computer Disk

A cd protected by a jewel case.

284.

Videocassette

This is a Betamax or VHS tape used to store home and retail movies. iEmoji old name: Video Cassett more...

285.

Speaker Low Volume

A speaker cone made of polyurethane which is currently silent.

286.

Loudspeaker

This is a gold colored megaphone best used recreational yelling at people from a moving car.

287.

Megaphone

Also known as a speaking trumpet.

288.

Radio

An old radio receiver with antenna and speaker. Single unit probably monaural sound.

289.

Satellite Antenna

A metal dish object used for picking up and sending radio waves to communicate with other satellite more...

290.

Double Curly Loop

Two Loops. Meaning "Free Dial". Occurs Widely in Print in Japan. Emoji old name: Free Di more...

291.

Left-Pointing Magnifying Glass

A left-pointing magnifying glass used to take a closer look at something. A symbol associated with more...

292.

Unlocked

The brass colored lock is in the unlocked position. iEmoji old name: Unlocked Icon.

293.

Locked

The brass colored lock is in the locked position. iEmoji old name: Icon Locked.

294.

Key

An old key with very few teeth.

295.

Scissors

A pair of red scissors which are open.

296.

Hammer

A hammer is a tool used to hit a nail. An emoji often associated with a handyman, or person that i more...

297.

Light Bulb

A light bulb which is on but not connected to anything.

298.

Keycap: 1

A blue button with the text '1' on it.

299.

Keycap: 2

A blue button with the text '2' on it.

300.

Keycap: 3

A blue button with the text '3' on it.
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