What kanji in Japanese is used for LOL?

You might have seen this kanji being used for expressing a deeply humorous situation at places, — 笑. I myself use: 笑 笑 笑.

In principle because we abuse lol the most, I think it comes to category of selfie and twerk, but in abusive usage perhaps lol will win.

Here is why its called as emi, first of all — which is my mother’s name: Amy, Emi, Emmy etc not Emma. This is the reason I remember this kanji, also I make her laugh out loud a lot with my joking nature. She used to get irritated a lot @my jokes, but now I am getting irritated when she laughs at my joke.

emi — 笑, is said as emi in emission. And I see that this is a combination of two kanji, one is a kanji which is “bamboo” –竹, and there is a kanji which is “sky” or “heaven” — 天.

Does that combination make you laugh? Bamboos in Sky. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ..

OK stop it. Use lol for compactness.

For record: there is a similar concept in Odisha, we say “a-ka-shaw kaw-in-a chi-li-ka mach-haw” which means “grapes in sky”, “fish from Chilika Lake”.

— not exactly grape but tamarind actually.

So basically I think thats the sense.

What kanji in Japanese is used for LOL?



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