Emoji dictionary or blue book emoji [bloo boo k ih-moh-jee] What does 📘 mean? The blue book emoji ain't extra, that's for sure: It's just a blue book, and people use it in all sorts of contexts related to reading and academics. Sometimes it specifically references blue books used for written exams in school, other times the Kelley Blue book vehicle value guide. How exciting. Related words: 📚 books emoji 📕 red book emoji 📗 green book emoji 📙 orange book emoji Where does come from? Examples of Quit is not a word in my 📘 @iamquenwin, February, 2016 2 Year Old Reads *In a People House* 📕📗📘 Mama Natural, YouTube (video title), April, 2016 9 Stylish Ways To Organize Your Bookshelf 📗 📘 📙 📕 Nifty, Facebook (video title), November, 2017 SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses ? The blue book emoji appears most often on social media. It is also used to enhance titles on YouTube or other social-platform headlines related to books, reading, and academics. As with any emoji, the blue book emoji can appear on its own or with a host of others, often with other colored book emoji to add a visual pop. The emoji is usually placed at the end of a sentence, unless it substitutes the word book. One of the leading uses of the blue book emoji is to talk about books and reading, especially a love of them and when the actual book someone is reading is blue. Just finished”FREDERICK DOUGLASS…The Story Of An American Slave”.He Was Heroic Man Of Mythic Proportions,in unimaginable time. At End Of 📘I Couldn’t Help But Ask Myself,”How Could We Have Been SO Barbaric,With NO Feelings,NO Empathy⁉️ We Are Still Without Equality. — Cher (@cher) May 2, 2018 And, World Book Day on April 23rd sees many uses of the blue book emoji to celebrate all things reading. “Goosebumps”📘 #WorldBookDay pic.twitter.com/DqzEwlDACP — Lil’ Ye (@lil_ye) April 23, 2018 Shelfies, like a selfie but of someone’s bookshelf, are often posted on social media with the blue book emoji. Forget selfies. Send me your shelfies! 📚📕📒📑📙📘📗#amwriting #amreading #shelfie ↗️📚 #WritersUnited 🙌↙️ pic.twitter.com/65wT4fLAo4 — William Scott (@TheCuredRebirth) May 2, 2018 Outside of blue book exams, the emoji can mark academics and learning more generally. Help a new coder out! #100DaysOfCode What was your learning strategy when you were an absolute beginner? 🐢 Was it a grind or did you employ tricks to make the process more efficient? 🐦 Do you have any learning tips? 📘📙 — Mikoto (@miko_uwu) April 27, 2018 Occasionally and in line with its Kelley Blue Book uses, people use the blue book emoji when discussing sales, prices, and “a good deal,” such as this posting on Depop: 📘DISTRESSED DRESS📘vintage #50s📘“Parkland of Dallas” 📘over-dyed cotton with wax resist polka dots📘rhinestones on bodice📘some fraying and discoloration due to age 📘flat measurements〰chest:17″/waist:14″/hips:free👛$20+shipping💋 On Instagram, some people tag the blue book emoji ( #📘) in pictures of their bookshelves or themselves reading, often coordinated with decor, clothing, or other objects that are blue or look good with blue. Just Added shelfie, ACAB, yeet, Karen, BIPOC Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of that will help our users expand their word mastery.