Sitelen Emoji (🖼❤) Sitelen Emoji (sitelen pilin)

Sitelen Emoji, also known as sitelen pilin in Toki Pona, was compiled from earlier attempts of making an emoji script for Toki Pona in June 2019. From there, a democratic system to choose emojis was set up, and various tools to type in this script on computers were developed.

As of May 2020, there is an android pinyin style keyboard and desktop extensions for Windows, MacOS and Linux. There is an iOS app that is available to build from source, but it is not on the app store. Transliteration tools like these and present integration of emojis on most platforms has made Sitelen Emoji one of the most used non latin systems to write toki pona.

Notable features

Sitelen Emoji

Sitelen Emoji logographic script

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Sample text

Sample text in Toki Pona in Sitelen Emoji


jan ali li kama lon nasin ni: ona li ken tawa li ken pali. jan ali li kama lon sama. jan ali li jo e ken pi pilin suli. jan ali li ken pali e wile pona ona. jan ali li jo e ken pi sona pona e ken pi pali pona. jan ali li wile pali nasin ni: ona li jan pona pi ante.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

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