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# for Emacs: -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
include "%L"
# def emit(keys, codepoint, word):
# print ('<Multi_key> %s <period>\t: "%s"\tU%04X\t\t# CIRCLED DIGIT %s' %
# (keys, unichr(codepoint), codepoint, word)).encode('utf8')
# numbers = 'one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty'
# words = numbers.upper().split()
# emit('<0>', 0x24EA, "ZERO")
# for num, word in zip(range(1, 21), words):
# emit(' '.join("<%s>" % char for char in str(num)), 0x245f + num, word)
# Custom additions: Typography
<Multi_key> <period> <period> : "…" U2026 # HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS
<Multi_key> <v> <period> <period> : "⋮" U22EE # VERTICAL ELLIPSIS
<Multi_key> <c> <period> <period> : "⋯" U22EF # MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS
<Multi_key> <slash> <period> <period> : "⋰" U22F0 # UP RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS
# To avoid conflict with \. for combining dot above.
#<Multi_key> <backslash> <period> <period> : "⋱" U22F1 # DOWN RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS
<Multi_key> <period> <backslash> <period> : "⋱" U22F1 # DOWN RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS
# Will we someday regret this, wanting 2. for ⒉ ?
<Multi_key> <2> <period> : "‥" U2025 # TWO DOT LEADER
# This should not be needed.
#<Multi_key> <1> <period> : "․" U2024 # ONE DOT LEADER
<Multi_key> <c> <1> <period> : "·" U00B7 # MIDDLE DOT (maybe I can remember the keystroke better?
<Multi_key> <period> <slash> <period> : "⁒" U2052 # COMMERCIAL MINUS SIGN
### or && ?
<Multi_key> <ampersand> <at> : "⅋" U214B # TURNED AMPERSAND
# Printable sign for space. But is \<space> too useful a key combo to use
# for this?
<Multi_key> <backslash> <space> : "␣" U2423 # OPEN BOX
# These two are already present for me:
# <Multi_key> <minus> <minus> <minus> : "—" U2014 # EM DASH
# <Multi_key> <minus> <minus> <period> : "–" U2013 # EN DASH
<Multi_key> <minus> <minus> <space> : "– " # EN DASH (followed by space)
<Multi_key> <minus> <asciitilde> <minus> : "―" U2015 # HORIZONTAL BAR
<Multi_key> <minus> <2> <M> : "⸺" U2E3A # TWO-EM DASH
<Multi_key> <minus> <3> <M> : "⸻" U2E3B # THREE-EM DASH
<Multi_key> <backslash> <minus> : "­" U00AD # SOFT HYPHEN
# This is the recommended typographical practice for em dashes in English.
# Unfortunately, it doesn’t work out all that well in monospace fonts,
# where the thin spaces aren’t thin. But I think this is okay.
# This conflicts with the default binding to “~”, which is potentially
# a problem for non-American keyboards.
<Multi_key> <space> <minus> : " — " # EM DASH surrounded by THIN SPACEs.
# Quotation marks.
<Multi_key> <comma> <space> : "‚" U201A # SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <comma> <comma> : "„" U201E # DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <less> <comma> <comma> : "⹂" U2E42 # DOUBLE LOW-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <apostrophe> <space> : "’" U2019 # RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <apostrophe> <apostrophe> : "”" U201D # RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <grave> <space> : "‘" U2018 # LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <grave> <grave> : "“" U201C # LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <6> <apostrophe> : "‘" U2018 # LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK (high 6)
<Multi_key> <6> <quotedbl> : "“" U201C # LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK (66)
<Multi_key> <9> <apostrophe> : "’" U2019 # RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK (high 9)
<Multi_key> <9> <quotedbl> : "”" U201D # RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK (99)
<Multi_key> <less> <9> <apostrophe> : "‛" U201B # SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <less> <9> <quotedbl> : "‟" U201F # DOUBLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <comma> <apostrophe> : "‚" U201A # SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK (quote resembling a comma)
<Multi_key> <comma> <quotedbl> : "„" U201E # DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK
# Convenience shortcuts for quotation marks.
<Multi_key> <space> <quotedbl> : " “" # space followed by LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK
<Multi_key> <quotedbl> <space> : "” " # RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK followed by space
<Multi_key> <space> <apostrophe> : " ‘" # space followed by LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK
# Unfortunately <apostrophe> <space> is, asymmetrically, just "’". Whatever.
<Multi_key> <n> <t> : "n’t " # Apostrophized English “not.”
# Some more English shortcuts:
<Multi_key> <space> <t> : " the "
<Multi_key> <space> <T> : " The "
<Multi_key> <space> <a> : " and "
<Multi_key> <i> <m> : " I’m "
<Multi_key> <v> <e> : "’ve "
<Multi_key> <comma> <at> : "⸲" U2E32 # TURNED COMMA
# Conflicts with system def? (·)
<Multi_key> <period> <asciicircum> : "⸳" U2E33 # RAISED DOT
<Multi_key> <period> <asciitilde> : "⸳" U2E33 # RAISED DOT
<Multi_key> <comma> <asciicircum> : "⸴" U2E34 # RAISED COMMA
<Multi_key> <semicolon> <at> : "⸵" U2E35 # TURNED SEMICOLON
# Convlicts with system def? (⍭)
<Multi_key> <asciitilde> <bar> : "ⸯ" U2E2F # VERTICAL TILDE
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <bar> : "ⸯ" U2E2F # VERTICAL TILDE
<Multi_key> <minus> <equal> : "⹀" U2E40 # DOUBLE HYPHEN
<Multi_key> <comma> <less> : "⹁" U2E41 # REVERSED COMMA
<Multi_key> <less> <bar> : "↵" U21B5 # DOWNWARDS ARROW WITH CORNER LEFTWARDS
# The bullet was <o> <period>, but it clashes with ꙭ
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <1> : "•" U2022 # BULLET
# By default <Multi_key> <period> <period> does this, but we broke that with the ... binding.
<Multi_key> <o> <underscore> : "⁃" U2043 # HYPHEN BULLET
<Multi_key> <o> <comma> : "·" periodcentered # MIDDLE DOT
# I don’t use this nearly as often as the em-dash sequence I’ve remapped it to:
#<Multi_key> <space> <minus> : "‑" U2011 # NON-BREAKING HYPHEN
# Already present for me:
# <Multi_key> <space> <space> : " " U00A0 # NO-BREAK SPACE
# Narrow no-break space, needed for some Latin languages like French
<Multi_key> <space> <n> : " " U202f # NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE
# Do we want/need these?
<Multi_key> <d> <a> <g> : "†" U2020 # DAGGER
<Multi_key> <d> <d> <a> <g> : "‡" U2021 # DOUBLE DAGGER
# We used to have THIN SPACE as <space> <apostrophe>, but now that’s remapped
# to " ‘", for conveniently enclosing things in proper single-quotes.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <comma> : " " U2009 # THIN SPACE
<Multi_key> <s> <e> <c> : "§" U00A7 # SECTION SIGN
# It's in the Asian section, but it's a general-purpose punctuation:
<Multi_key> <quotedbl> <quotedbl> : "〃" U3003 # DITTO MARK
# Working with the pattern from FLOOR/CEILING
<Multi_key> <7> <asciicircum> <bracketleft> : "⸢" U2E22 # TOP LEFT HALF BRACKET
<Multi_key> <7> <asciicircum> <bracketright> : "⸣" U2E23 # TOP RIGHT HALF BRACKET
<Multi_key> <L> <underscore> <bracketleft> : "⸤" U2E24 # BOTTOM LEFT HALF BRACKET
<Multi_key> <L> <underscore> <bracketright> : "⸥" U2E25 # BOTTOM RIGHT HALF BRACKET
# Consider <7> <less>/<greater> for ⸂⸃ maybe? <S> and <slash> for ⸉⸊⸌⸍ ...?
# I guess we can get by with sub/superset for ⸦⸧.
<Multi_key> <minus> <less> : "←" leftarrow # LEFTWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <minus> <asciicircum> : "↑" uparrow # UPWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <minus> <greater> : "→" rightarrow # RIGHTWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <minus> <v> : "↓" downarrow # DOWNWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <less> <minus> <greater> : "↔" U2194 # LEFT RIGHT ARROW (kragen's)
<Multi_key> <Left> <Left> : "←" leftarrow # LEFTWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <Up> <Up> : "↑" uparrow # UPWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <Right> : "→" rightarrow # RIGHTWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <Down> <Down> : "↓" downarrow # DOWNWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <Left> <Right> : "↔" U2194 # LEFT RIGHT ARROW (kragen's)
<Multi_key> <Right> <Left> : "↔" U2194 # LEFT RIGHT ARROW (kragen's)
<Multi_key> <Up> <Down> : "↕" U2195 # UP DOWN ARROW (kragen's)
<Multi_key> <Up> <ampersand> <Down> : "⇵" U21F5 # DOWNWARDS ARROW LEFTWARDS OF UPWARDS ARROW
<Multi_key> <Down> <Left> : "↵" U21B5 # DOWNWARDS ARROW WITH CORNER LEFTWARDS
<Multi_key> <Left> <o> : "⟲" U27F2 # ANTICLOCKWISE GAPPED CIRCLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <o> : "⟳" U27F3 # CLOCKWISE GAPPED CIRCLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Left> <c> : "↺" U21BA # ANTICLOCKWISE OPEN CIRCLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <c> : "↻" U21BB # CLOCKWISE OPEN CIRCLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Left> <asciitilde> : "⇜" U21DC # LEFTWARDS SQUIGGLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <asciitilde> : "⇝" U21DD # RIGHTWARDS SQUIGGLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <Left> <bar> : "⇤" U21E4 # LEFTWARDS ARROW TO BAR
<Multi_key> <Right> <bar> : "⇥" U21E5 # RIGHTWARDS ARROW TO BAR
<Multi_key> <Left> <minus> : "⇠" U21E0 # LEFTWARDS DASHED ARROW
<Multi_key> <Up> <minus> : "⇡" U21E1 # UPWARDS DASHED ARROW
<Multi_key> <Right> <minus> : "⇢" U21E2 # RIGHTWARDS DASHED ARROW
<Multi_key> <Down> <minus> : "⇣" U21E3 # DOWNWARDS DASHED ARROW
# Arrow keys don't always work: some apps trap them for cursor control and
# other boring things. The arrow symbols have alternate keystrokes. Do
# we need others for these printer's fists? If so, what? The -= and =-
# we had before are not necessarily the best choices.
<Multi_key> <F> <Left> : "☚" U261A # BLACK LEFT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <F> <Right> : "☛" U261B # BLACK RIGHT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <f> <Left> : "☜" U261C # WHITE LEFT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <f> <Up> : "☝" U261D # WHITE UP POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <f> <Right> : "☞" U261E # WHITE RIGHT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <f> <Down> : "☟" U261F # WHITE DOWN POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <f> <v> : "✌" U270C # VICTORY HAND
<Multi_key> <f> <w> : "✍" U270D # WRITING HAND
<Multi_key> <f> <p> <Down> : "✎" U270E # LOWER RIGHT PENCIL
<Multi_key> <f> <p> <Right> : "✏" U270F # PENCIL
<Multi_key> <f> <p> <Up> : "✐" U2710 # UPPER RIGHT PENCIL
# For some logical statements. I prefer doubled arrows for implication.
<Multi_key> <equal> <greater> : "⇒" U21D2 # RIGHTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <less> : "⇐" U21D0 # LEFTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <less> <minus> <equal> <greater> : "⇔" U21D4 # LEFT RIGHT DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Right> <Right> : "⇒" U21D2 # RIGHTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Left> <Left> : "⇐" U21D0 # LEFTWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Left> <Right> : "⇔" U21D4 # LEFT RIGHT DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Right> <Left> : "⇔" U21D4 # LEFT RIGHT DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Up> <Up> : "⇑" U21D1 # UPWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Down> <Down> : "⇓" U21D3 # DOWNWARDS DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Up> <Down> : "⇕" U21D5 # UP DOWN DOUBLE ARROW
<Multi_key> <equal> <Down> <Left> : "⏎" U23CE # RETURN SYMBOL
# These are just too cool-looking not to have (if your font supports them)
<Multi_key> <equal> <period> <equal> : "⸎" U2E0E # EDITORIAL CORONIS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <a> <l> <m> : "⸙" U2E19 # PALM BRANCH
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <r> <a> <n> <c> <h>: "⸙" U2E19 # PALM BRANCH
<Multi_key> <f> <f> : "ff" UFB00 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE FF
<Multi_key> <f> <i> : "fi" UFB01 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE FI
<Multi_key> <F> <i> : "ffi" UFB03 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE FFI
<Multi_key> <f> <l> : "fl" UFB02 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE FL
<Multi_key> <F> <l> : "ffl" UFB04 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE FFL
<Multi_key> <s> <t> : "st" UFB06 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE ST
<Multi_key> <f> <t> : "ſt" UFB05 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE LONG S T
# allow me still to use my ſ key, okay?
<Multi_key> <U017F> <t> : "ſt" UFB05 # LATIN SMALL LIGATURE LONG S T
# ß is already available as <s><s> I think. But now it comes in industrial size!
<Multi_key> <S> <S> : "ẞ" U1E9E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SHARP S
# Eventually we'll have to look over the really crazy-cakes Latin letters
# they're adding as "mediævalist extensions"
# ꜢꜣꜤꜥ for the Egyptologists, Ꝏꝏ because they're cꝏl... Maybe some others.
# Can't do <o> <o> for ꝏ though, since that's already °.
# Epigraphics should not be missed:
<Multi_key> <F> <less> : "ꟻ" UA7FB # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER REVERSED F
<Multi_key> <P> <less> : "ꟼ" UA7FC # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER REVERSED P
<Multi_key> <F> <BackSpace> : "ꟻ" UA7FB # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER REVERSED F
<Multi_key> <P> <BackSpace> : "ꟼ" UA7FC # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER REVERSED P
<Multi_key> <M> <W> : "ꟽ" UA7FD # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER INVERTED M
<Multi_key> <I> <bar> : "ꟾ" UA7FE # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER I LONGA
<Multi_key> <M> <slash> : "ꟿ" UA7FF # LATIN EPIGRAPHIC LETTER ARCHAIC M
# I'd been avoiding this because we already have ∃...
# Hey, these, being *letters* can be used as identifiers in some languages...
<Multi_key> <E> <less> : "Ǝ" U018E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER REVERSED E
<Multi_key> <E> <BackSpace> : "Ǝ" U018E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER REVERSED E
<Multi_key> <e> <less> : "ɘ" U0258 # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED E
<Multi_key> <e> <BackSpace> : "ɘ" U0258 # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED E
# Complete the set
<Multi_key> <A> <less> : "Ɐ" U2C6F # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER TURNED A
# These seem too long as keystrokes; any suggestions?
# How about 2o?
<Multi_key> <o> <ampersand> <o> : "ꝏ" UA74F # LATIN SMALL LETTER OO
<Multi_key> <O> <ampersand> <O> : "Ꝏ" UA74E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OO
<Multi_key> <2> <o> : "ꝏ" UA74F # LATIN SMALL LETTER OO
<Multi_key> <2> <O> : "Ꝏ" UA74E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OO
# Latin-D chars I'm particularly thinking about:
# (side note: "I" has many referents in this file.)
# ꜲꜳꜴꜵꜶꜷꜸꜹꜼꜽꝒꝓꝔꝕꝚꝛꝜꝝꝠꝡꝪꝫꝸ
# The ligature pairs are so easy, might as well include them (probably
# using ampersand though). P with flourish? Squirrel tail? How
# pretty! I like the r and rum rotunda, and et actually has something
# close to usefulness (it was very common for abbreviations, and is the
# source of the "z" in abbreviations like oz. and viz.) Some others
# are a little appealing too.
<Multi_key> <A> <ampersand> <A> : "Ꜳ" UA732 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AA
<Multi_key> <a> <ampersand> <a> : "ꜳ" UA733 # LATIN SMALL LETTER AA
<Multi_key> <2> <A> : "Ꜳ" UA732 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AA
<Multi_key> <2> <a> : "ꜳ" UA733 # LATIN SMALL LETTER AA
<Multi_key> <A> <ampersand> <O> : "Ꜵ" UA734 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AO
<Multi_key> <a> <ampersand> <o> : "ꜵ" UA735 # LATIN SMALL LETTER AO
<Multi_key> <A> <ampersand> <U> : "Ꜷ" UA736 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AU
<Multi_key> <a> <ampersand> <u> : "ꜷ" UA737 # LATIN SMALL LETTER AU
<Multi_key> <A> <ampersand> <V> : "Ꜹ" UA738 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AV
<Multi_key> <a> <ampersand> <v> : "ꜹ" UA739 # LATIN SMALL LETTER AV
<Multi_key> <A> <ampersand> <Y> : "Ꜽ" UA73C # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AY
<Multi_key> <a> <ampersand> <y> : "ꜽ" UA73D # LATIN SMALL LETTER AY
<Multi_key> <slash> <ampersand> <L> : "Ꝇ" UA746 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER BROKEN L
<Multi_key> <slash> <ampersand> <l> : "ꝇ" UA747 # LATIN SMALL LETTER BROKEN L
# (See above for reason behind keystrokes)
<Multi_key> <Z> <period> : "Ꝫ" UA76A # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER ET
<Multi_key> <z> <period> : "ꝫ" UA76B # LATIN SMALL LETTER ET
<Multi_key> <V> <ampersand> <Y> : "Ꝡ" UA760 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER VY
<Multi_key> <v> <ampersand> <y> : "ꝡ" UA761 # LATIN SMALL LETTER VY
<Multi_key> <C> <Z> : "Ꝣ" UA762 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER VISIGOTHIC Z
<Multi_key> <c> <z> : "ꝣ" UA763 # LATIN SMALL LETTER VISIGOTHIC Z
<Multi_key> <L> <ampersand> <L> : "Ỻ" U1EFA # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER MIDDLE-WELSH LL
<Multi_key> <l> <ampersand> <l> : "ỻ" U1EFB # LATIN SMALL LETTER MIDDLE-WELSH LL
<Multi_key> <V> <ampersand> <V> : "Ỽ" U1EFC # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER MIDDLE-WELSH V
<Multi_key> <v> <ampersand> <v> : "ỽ" U1EFD # LATIN SMALL LETTER MIDDLE-WELSH V
<Multi_key> <d> <ampersand> <b> : "ȸ" U0238 # LATIN SMALL LETTER DB DIGRAPH
<Multi_key> <q> <ampersand> <p> : "ȹ" U0239 # LATIN SMALL LETTER QP DIGRAPH
<Multi_key> <w> <y> : "ƿ" U01BF # LATIN LETTER WYNN
<Multi_key> <W> <Y> : "Ƿ" U01F7 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER WYNN
<Multi_key> <O> <U> : "Ȣ" U0222 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OU
<Multi_key> <o> <u> : "ȣ" U0223 # LATIN SMALL LETTER OU
<Multi_key> <y> <r> : "Ʀ" U01A6 # LATIN LETTER YR
# Custom additions: Mathematical symbols
<Multi_key> <exclam> <equal> : "≠" U2260 # NOT EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <slash> <equal> : "≠" U2260 # NOT EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <less> <equal> : "≤" U2264 # LESS-THAN OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <greater> <equal> : "≥" U2265 # GREATER-THAN OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <exclam> <less> <greater> : "≸" U2278 # NEITHER LESS-THAN NOR GREATER-THAN
# MUCH is usually enough for me. No need for VERY.
<Multi_key> <plus> <less> : "≪" U226A # MUCH LESS-THAN
<Multi_key> <plus> <greater> : "≫" U226B # MUCH GREATER-THAN
# Damn. That makes this conflict with the standard plus plus -> #
<Multi_key> <plus> <plus> <less> : "⋘" U22D8 # VERY MUCH LESS-THAN
<Multi_key> <plus> <plus> <greater> : "⋙" U22D9 # VERY MUCH GREATER-THAN
<Multi_key> <3> <greater> : "⋙" U22D9 # VERY MUCH GREATER-THAN
<Multi_key> <3> <less> : "⋘" U22D8 # VERY MUCH LESS-THAN
<Multi_key> <i> <n> : "∈" U2208 # ELEMENT OF
<Multi_key> <exclam> <i> <n> : "∉" U2209 # NOT AN ELEMENT OF
<Multi_key> <U2208> <slash> : "∉" U2209 # NOT AN ELEMENT OF (I have ∈ on my keyboard...)
<Multi_key> <n> <i> : "∋" U220B # CONTAINS AS MEMBER (I hope this doesn't conflict)
<Multi_key> <slash> <n> <i> : "∌" U220C # DOES NOT CONTAIN AS MEMBER
# <exclam><n><i> would conflict, with <exclam> <n> for N WITH UNDERDOT, etc.
<Multi_key> <U220B> <slash> : "∌" U220C # DOES NOT CONTAIN AS MEMBER
<Multi_key> <asciitilde> <equal> : "≅" U2245 # APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO (It actually means "congruent"!)
<Multi_key> <equal> <question> : "≟" U225f # QUESTIONED EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <equal> <d> <e> <f> : "≝" U225D # EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION
<Multi_key> <d> <e> <f> <equal> : "≝" U225D # EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION
<Multi_key> <equal> <equal> : "≡" U2261 # IDENTICAL TO
<Multi_key> <colon> <equal> : "≔" U2254 # COLON EQUALS
<Multi_key> <equal> <colon> : "≕" U2255 # EQUALS COLON
# Using <slash> conflicts.
<Multi_key> <equal> <bar> <equal> : "≢" U2262 # NOT IDENTICAL TO
# We already have ±
<Multi_key> <minus> <plus> : "∓" U2213 # MINUS OR PLUS SIGN
<Multi_key> <s> <q> : "√" U221A # SQUARE ROOT
# keystrokes might not make the most sense, but you know what they mean...
<Multi_key> <3> <s> <q> : "∛" U221B # CUBE ROOT
<Multi_key> <4> <s> <q> : "∜" U221C # FOURTH ROOT
# “(Note: I had put the backslash in position 5/15. It enabled the
# ALGOL “and” to be “/\” and the “or” to be “\/”.)” --- Bob Bemer,
# http://home.ccil.org/~remlaps/www.bobbemer.com/BRACES.HTM, quoting
# himself in “A view of the history of the ISO character code”, 1972
<Multi_key> <slash> <backslash> : "∧" U2227 # LOGICAL AND
<Multi_key> <backslash> <slash> : "∨" U2228 # LOGICAL OR
<Multi_key> <backslash> <underscore> <slash> : "⊻" U22BB # XOR
<Multi_key> <minus> <comma> : "¬" U00AC # NOT SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <asterisk> <o> : "∘" U2218 # RING OPERATOR (function composition)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <asterisk> <x> : "⨯" U2A2F # CROSS PRODUCT
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> : "⋅" U22C5 # DOT OPERATOR (dot product)
<Multi_key> <0> <slash> : "∅" U2205 # EMPTY SET (thanks jsled!)
<Multi_key> <slash> <0> : "∅" U2205 # EMPTY SET
# I'm hoping { can work as a set mnemonic
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <U> : "∪" U222A # UNION
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <asciicircum> : "∩" U2229 # INTERSECTION
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <parenleft> : "⊂" U2282 # SUBSET OF
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <equal> <parenleft> : "⊆" U2286 # SUBSET OF OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <exclam> <braceleft> <parenleft> : "⊄" U2284 # NOT A SUBSET OF
<Multi_key> <slash> <braceleft> <parenleft> : "⊄" U2284 # NOT A SUBSET OF
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <parenright> : "⊃" U2283 # SUPERSET OF
<Multi_key> <braceleft> <equal> <parenright> : "⊇" U2287 # SUPERSET OF OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <E> <E> : "∃" U2203 # THERE EXISTS
# We can't use ! E E, because ! E maps to E-WITH-UNDERDOT.
<Multi_key> <slash> <E> <E> : "∄" U2204 # THERE DOES NOT EXIST
<Multi_key> <A> <A> : "∀" U2200 # FOR ALL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <Q> <E> <D> : "∎" U220E # END OF PROOF
<Multi_key> <8> <8> : "∞" U221E # INFINITY
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <l> <e> <p> <h> : "ℵ" U2135 # ALEF SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <l> <e> <p> <0> : "ℵ₀" # ALEF Null
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <l> <e> <p> <1> : "ℵ₁" # ALEF One
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <l> <e> <f> : "ℵ" U2135 # ALEF SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <KP_Multiply> <KP_Multiply> : "∗" U2217 # ASTERISK OPERATOR
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <plus> <parenright> : "⊕" U2295 # CIRCLED PLUS
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <minus> <parenright> : "⊖" U2296 # CIRCLED MINUS
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <x> <x> <parenright> : "⊗" U2297 # CIRCLED TIMES
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <slash> <parenright> : "⊘" U2298 # CIRCLED DIVISION SLASH
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <asterisk> <parenright> : "⊛" U229B # CIRCLED ASTERISK OPERATOR
# )- conflicts with system for }.
<Multi_key> <parenright> <underscore> : "⟌" U27CC # LONG DIVISION
<Multi_key> <period> <quotedbl> : "∴" U2234 # THEREFORE
<Multi_key> <quotedbl> <period> : "∵" U2235 # BECAUSE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <e> <c> <a> <u> <s> <e> : "∵" U2235 # BECAUSE
<Multi_key> <percent> <percent> : "‱" U2031 # PER TEN THOUSAND (basis points)
<Multi_key> <slash> <u> : "µ" U00B5 # MICRO SIGN
# Ordinal indicators, for femenine and masculine, used in Romance languages
<Multi_key> <minus> <a> : "ª" U00AA # FEMININE ORDINAL INDICATOR
<Multi_key> <minus> <o> : "º" U00BA # MASCULINE ORDINAL INDICATOR
# See also U03A3 (Greek capital sigma)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <u> <m> : "∑" U2211 # N-ARY SUMMATION
# OK, absolutely cannot believe we made it this long without NABLA or INTEGRAL
# or PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <n> <t> : "∫" U222B # INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <u> <i> <n> <t> : "⨛" U2A1B # UPPER INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <i> <n> <t> : "⨜" U2A1C # LOWER INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <i> <n> <t> : "∬" U222C # DOUBLE INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <i> <i> <n> <t> : "∭" U222D # TRIPLE INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <i> <i> <i> <n> <t> : "⨌" U2A0C # QUADRUPLE INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <o> <i> <n> <t> : "∮" U222E # CONTOUR INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <i> <n> <t> : "⨕" U2A15 # SEMICIRCULAR POLE INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <P> <i> <n> <t> : "⨓" U2A13 # INTEGRAL AROUND POINT
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <o> <i> <i> <n> <t> : "∯" U222F # SURFACE INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <o> <i> <i> <i> <n> <t> : "∰" U2230 # VOLUME INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <g> <i> <n> <t> : "⨘" U2A18 # GEOMETRIC INTEGRAL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <i> <n> <t> : "⨋" U2A0B # SUM/INTEGRAL
#Now for some WTF integrals: ⨙ ⨚
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <l> : "∇" U2207 # NABLA
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <a> <r> <t> : "∂" U2202 # PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <period> <d> : "∂" U2202 # PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
<Multi_key> <R> <e> : "ℜ" U211C # BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL R (Real Part)
<Multi_key> <I> <m> : "ℑ" U2111 # BLACK-LETTER CAPTIAL I (Imaginary Part)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <h> <b> <a> <r> : "ℏ" U210F # PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI
<Multi_key> <h> <minus> : "ℏ" U210F # PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI
<Multi_key> <h> <p> : "ℎ" U210E # PLANCK CONSTANT
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <e> <x> <p> : "ℯ" U212F # SCRIPT SMALL E
<Multi_key> <e> <1> <0> : "⏨" U23E8 # DECIMAL EXPONENT SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <w> <p> : "℘" U2118 # SCRIPT CAPITAL P
# Would we prefer 20D1 COMBINING RIGHT HARPOON ABOVE?
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <greater> : "⃗" U20D7 # COMBINING RIGHT ARROW ABOVE (vector)
# There's a whole passel of these guys starting at U+1D538 but I have no fonts for those.
<Multi_key> <bar> <C> : "ℂ" U2102 # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL C (set of complex numbers)
<Multi_key> <bar> <N> : "ℕ" U2115 # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL N (natural number)
<Multi_key> <bar> <P> : "ℙ" U2119 # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL P
<Multi_key> <bar> <Q> : "ℚ" U211A # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL Q (set of rational numbers)
<Multi_key> <bar> <R> : "ℝ" U211D # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL R (set of real numbers)
<Multi_key> <bar> <Z> : "ℤ" U2124 # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL Z (set of integers)
<Multi_key> <bar> <H> : "ℍ" U210d # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL H
<Multi_key> <bar> <e> : "ⅇ" U2147 # DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL E
<Multi_key> <bar> <i> : "ⅈ" U2148 # DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL I
<Multi_key> <bar> <j> : "ⅉ" U2149 # DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL J
<Multi_key> <bar> <asterisk> <p> : "ℼ" U213C # DOUBLE-STRUCK SMALL PI
<Multi_key> <bar> <Greek_pi> : "ℼ" U213C # DOUBLE-STRUCK SMALL PI
<Multi_key> <bar> <asterisk> <P> : "ℿ" U213F # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL PI
<Multi_key> <bar> <Greek_PI> : "ℿ" U213F # DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL PI
<Multi_key> <bar> <asterisk> <S> : "⅀" U2140 # DOUBLE-STRUCK N-ARY SUMMATION
<Multi_key> <bar> <Greek_SIGMA> : "⅀" U2140 # DOUBLE-STRUCK N-ARY SUMMATION
<Multi_key> <bar> <colon> : "⦂" U2982 # Z NOTATION TYPE COLON
# Apparently it is only for historical reasons that this is not unified with
# ⨟ U+2A1F Z NOTATION SCHEMA COMPOSITION
<Multi_key> <bar> <semicolon> : "⨾" U2A3E # Z NOTATION RELATIONAL COMPOSITION
# The *look* double-struck.
<Multi_key> <bar> <braceleft> : "⦃" U2983 # LEFT WHITE CURLY BRACKET
<Multi_key> <bar> <braceright> : "⦄" U2984 # RIGHT WHITE CURLY BRACKET
# ⦅⦆⦇⦈⦉⦊ too?
# The rest of that block? Some there may be worth it.
# Ooh. There are lots of nice brackets to consider:
# ⟅⟆⟨⟩⟪⟫⟬⟭⟮⟯⦑⦒⦓⦔⦕⦖⦗⦘⧼⧽⧘⧙⧚⧛⸢⸣⸤⸥⸨⸩「」『』
# Others too, of course, but these to start with. Some are likely worthy.
<Multi_key> <S> <parenleft> : "⟅" U27C5 # LEFT S-SHAPED BAG DELIMITER
<Multi_key> <S> <parenright> : "⟆" U27C6 # RIGHT S-SHAPED BAG DELIMITER
<Multi_key> <E> <bracketleft> : "⁅" U2045 # LEFT SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL
<Multi_key> <E> <bracketright> : "⁆" U2046 # RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL
# There are a lot of angle brackets (3008/9, 27E8/9, 2329/A). I'm deciding
# to go with the mathematical brackets from now on, since they seem to be
# better supported.
<Multi_key> <less> <parenleft> : "⟨" U27E8 # MATHEMATICAL LEFT ANGLE BRACKET
<Multi_key> <greater> <parenright>: "⟩" U27E9 # MATHEMATICAL RIGHT ANGLE BRACKET
<Multi_key> <bar> <bracketleft> : "⟦" U27E6 # MATHEMATICAL LEFT WHITE SQUARE BRACKET
<Multi_key> <bar> <bracketright>: "⟧" U27E7 # MATHEMATICAL RIGHT WHITE SQUARE BRACKET
<Multi_key> <2> <greater> <parenleft> : "⟪" U27EA # MATHEMATICAL LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET
<Multi_key> <2> <less> <parenright> : "⟫" U27EB # MATHEMATICAL RIGHT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET
# Keystrokes inconsistent.
<Multi_key> <bar> <bar> <parenleft> : "⟬" U27EC # MATHEMATICAL LEFT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET
<Multi_key> <bar> <bar> <parenright>: "⟭" U27ED # MATHEMATICAL RIGHT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET
<Multi_key> <underscore> <underscore> <parenleft> : "⟮" U27EE # MATHEMATICAL LEFT FLATTENED PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <underscore> <underscore> <parenright>: "⟯" U27EF # MATHEMATICAL RIGHT FLATTENED PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <bracketleft> : "⦗" U2997 # LEFT BLACK TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET
<Multi_key> <parenright> <bracketright> : "⦘" U2998 # RIGHT BLACK TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET
# Do the underlined brackets, ones with ticks, dots, etc?
<Multi_key> <percent> <parenleft>: "⧘" U29D8 # LEFT WIGGLY FENCE
<Multi_key> <percent> <parenright>: "⧙" U29D9 # RIGHT WIGGLY FENCE
<Multi_key> <2> <percent> <parenleft>: "⧚" U29DA # LEFT DOUBLE WIGGLY FENCE
<Multi_key> <2> <percent> <parenright>: "⧛" U29DB # RIGHT DOUBLE WIGGLY FENCE
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <ampersand> <parenleft>: "⸨" U2E28 # LEFT DOUBLE PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <parenright> <ampersand> <parenright>: "⸩" U2E29 # RIGHT DOUBLE PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <2> <parenleft>: "⸨" U2E28 # LEFT DOUBLE PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <2> <parenright>: "⸩" U2E29 # RIGHT DOUBLE PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <Z> <parenleft> : "༼" U0F3C # TIBETAN MARK ANG KHANG GYON
<Multi_key> <Z> <parenright> : "༽" U0F3D # TIBETAN MARK ANG KHANG GYAS
# I'm thinking shape-mnemonics for these, somehow:
<Multi_key> <L> <bracketleft> : "⌊" U230A # LEFT FLOOR
<Multi_key> <L> <bracketright> : "⌋" U230B # RIGHT FLOOR
<Multi_key> <7> <bracketleft> : "⌈" U2308 # LEFT CEILING
<Multi_key> <7> <bracketright> : "⌉" U2309 # RIGHT CEILING
# These are actually quotes, hence the mnemonic.
<Multi_key> <7> <apostrophe> : "「" UFF62 # HALFWIDTH LEFT CORNER BRACKET
<Multi_key> <L> <apostrophe> : "」" UFF63 # HALFWIDTH RIGHT CORNER BRACKET
<Multi_key> <7> <quotedbl> : "『" U300E # LEFT WHITE CORNER BRACKET
<Multi_key> <L> <quotedbl> : "』" U300F # RIGHT WHITE CORNER BRACKET
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <ampersand> <parenright> : "≬" U226C # BETWEEN
<Multi_key> <l> <l> : "ℓ" U2113 # SCRIPT SMALL L
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <bracketleft> : "⊏" U228F # SQUARE IMAGE OF
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <equal> : "⊑" U2291 # SQUARE IMAGE OF OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <underscore> : "⊑" U2291 # SQUARE IMAGE OF OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <bracketright> <bracketright>: "⊐" U2290 # SQUARE ORIGINAL OF
<Multi_key> <bracketright> <equal> : "⊒" U2292 # SQUARE ORIGINAL OF OR EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <bracketright> <underscore> : "⊒" U2292 # SQUARE ORIGINAL OF OR EQUAL TO
# If I did more Haskell, I'd want this more:
<Multi_key> <underscore> <bar> <underscore>: "⊥" U22A5 # UP TACK (bottom) or should we use U27C2 PERPENDICULAR?
<Multi_key> <underscore> <exclam> <underscore>: "⊤" U22A4 # DOWN TACK (opposite of False)
<Multi_key> <underscore> <greater> <underscore>: "⊢" U22A2 # RIGHT TACK
<Multi_key> <underscore> <less> <underscore>: "⊣" U22A3 # LEFT TACK
# Handy for UNIX filenames... but XXX conflicts with standard <Multi_key> <slash> <slash> → "\"
<Multi_key> <slash> <slash> : "⁄" U2044 # FRACTION SLASH
# The system file gives us subscript numbers, plus/minus, and parens. But
# there are letters missing. It would be nice to have at least a few of them.
# block U+208x
<Multi_key> <underscore> <0> : "₀" U2080 # SUBSCRIPT ZERO
<Multi_key> <underscore> <1> : "₁" U2081 # SUBSCRIPT ONE
<Multi_key> <underscore> <2> : "₂" U2082 # SUBSCRIPT TWO
<Multi_key> <underscore> <3> : "₃" U2083 # SUBSCRIPT THREE
<Multi_key> <underscore> <4> : "₄" U2084 # SUBSCRIPT FOUR
<Multi_key> <underscore> <5> : "₅" U2085 # SUBSCRIPT FIVE
<Multi_key> <underscore> <6> : "₆" U2086 # SUBSCRIPT SIX
<Multi_key> <underscore> <7> : "₇" U2087 # SUBSCRIPT SEVEN
<Multi_key> <underscore> <8> : "₈" U2088 # SUBSCRIPT EIGHT
<Multi_key> <underscore> <9> : "₉" U2089 # SUBSCRIPT NONE
<Multi_key> <underscore> <plus> : "₊" U208A # SUBSCRIPT PLUS
<Multi_key> <underscore> <minus> : "₋" U208B # SUBSCRIPT MINUS
<Multi_key> <underscore> <equal> : "₌" U208C # SUBSCRIPT EQUALS SIGN
<Multi_key> <underscore> <parenleft> : "₍" U208D # SUBSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <underscore> <parenright> : "₎" U208E # SUBSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS
# block U+209x
<Multi_key> <underscore> <a> : "ₐ" U2090 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER A
<Multi_key> <underscore> <e> : "ₑ" U2091 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER E
<Multi_key> <underscore> <o> : "ₒ" U2092 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER O
<Multi_key> <underscore> <x> : "ₓ" U2093 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER X
<Multi_key> <underscore> <h> : "ₕ" U2095 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER H
<Multi_key> <underscore> <k> : "ₖ" U2096 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER K
<Multi_key> <underscore> <l> : "ₗ" U2097 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER L
<Multi_key> <underscore> <m> : "ₘ" U2098 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER M
<Multi_key> <underscore> <n> : "ₙ" U2099 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER N
<Multi_key> <underscore> <p> : "ₚ" U209A # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER P
<Multi_key> <underscore> <s> : "ₛ" U209B # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER S
<Multi_key> <underscore> <t> : "ₜ" U209C # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER T
# subscripts in other blocks
<Multi_key> <underscore> <i> : "ᵢ" U1D62 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER I
<Multi_key> <underscore> <j> : "ⱼ" U2C7C # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER J
<Multi_key> <underscore> <r> : "ᵣ" U1D63 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER R
<Multi_key> <underscore> <u> : "ᵤ" U1D64 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U
<Multi_key> <underscore> <v> : "ᵥ" U1D65 # LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER V
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asterisk> <b> : "ᵦ" U1D66 # GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER BETA
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asterisk> <g> : "ᵧ" U1D67 # GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER GAMMA
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asterisk> <r> : "ᵨ" U1D68 # GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER RHO
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asterisk> <f> : "ᵩ" U1D69 # GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER PHI
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asterisk> <x> : "ᵪ" U1D6A # GREEK SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER CHI
# Custom additions: Greek letters. Mapping corresponds to Emacs Greek
# input method. Aristotle Pagaltzis informs me that this is the
# standard Greek keyboard layout, which is good.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <a> : "α" U03B1 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <b> : "β" U03B2 # GREEK SMALL LETTER BETA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <c> : "ψ" U03C8 # GREEK SMALL LETTER PSI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <d> : "δ" U03B4 # GREEK SMALL LETTER DELTA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <e> : "ε" U03B5 # GREEK SMALL LETTER EPSILON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <f> : "φ" U03C6 # GREEK SMALL LETTER PHI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <g> : "γ" U03B3 # GREEK SMALL LETTER GAMMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <h> : "η" U03B7 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ΕΤΑ
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <i> : "ι" U03B9 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ΙΟΤΑ
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <j> : "ξ" U03BE # GREEK SMALL LETTER XI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <k> : "κ" U03BA # GREEK SMALL LETTER KAPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <l> : "λ" U03BB # GREEK SMALL LETTER LAMBDA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <m> : "μ" U03BC # GREEK SMALL LETTER MU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <n> : "ν" U03BD # GREEK SMALL LETTER NU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <o> : "ο" U03BF # GREEK SMALL LETTER OMICRON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <p> : "π" U03C0 # GREEK SMALL LETTER PI
# no mapping for q; in Emacs that's ";"
# U037E GREEK QUESTION MARK is canonically equivalent to U003B SEMICOLON.
# ... But that won't stop us from doing it anyway!!!
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <question> : ";" U037E # GREEK QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <r> : "ρ" U03C1 # GREEK SMALL LETTER RHO
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <s> : "σ" U03C3 # GREEK SMALL LETTER SIGMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <t> : "τ" U03C4 # GREEK SMALL LETTER TAU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <u> : "θ" U03B8 # GREEK SMALL LETTER THETA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <v> : "ω" U03C9 # GREEK SMALL LETTER OMEGA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <w> : "ς" U03C2 # GREEK SMALL LETTER FINAL SIGMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <x> : "χ" U03C7 # GREEK SMALL LETTER CHI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <y> : "υ" U03C5 # GREEK SMALL LETTER UPSILON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <z> : "ζ" U03B6 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ZETA
# Capital greek letters.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <A> : "Α" U0391 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ALPHA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <B> : "Β" U0392 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER BETA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <C> : "Ψ" U03A8 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PSI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <D> : "Δ" U0394 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER DELTA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <E> : "Ε" U0395 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER EPSILON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <F> : "Φ" U03A6 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PHI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <G> : "Γ" U0393 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <H> : "Η" U0397 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ΕΤΑ
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <I> : "Ι" U0399 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ΙΟΤΑ
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <J> : "Ξ" U039E # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER XI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <K> : "Κ" U039A # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER KAPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <L> : "Λ" U039B # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER LAMBDA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <M> : "Μ" U039C # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER MU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <N> : "Ν" U039D # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER NU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <O> : "Ο" U039F # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMICRON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <P> : "Π" U03A0 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PI
# see below for Q qoppa; in Emacs Q is “:”
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <R> : "Ρ" U03A1 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER RHO
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <S> : "Σ" U03A3 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER SIGMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <T> : "Τ" U03A4 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER TAU
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <U> : "Θ" U0398 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER THETA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <V> : "Ω" U03A9 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA
# Emacs maps W to "Σ", but I think that’s stupid
# I think that's from the Greek keyboard.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <X> : "Χ" U03A7 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER CHI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Y> : "Υ" U03A5 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER UPSILON
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Z> : "Ζ" U0396 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ZETA
# Some archaic Greek. If we only wanted *normal* characters we wouldn't be
# doing this at all!
# "period" will indicate a sort of variant of some kind; asterisk is still the "greek" marker
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <p> : "ϖ" U03D6 # GREEK PI SYMBOL
# Reserving .f in case we want PHI SYMBOL. Digamma was "w" sound anyway.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <w> : "ϝ" U03DD # GREEK SMALL LETTER DIGAMMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <W> : "Ϝ" U03DC # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER DIGAMMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <Q> : "Ϟ" U03DE # GREEK LETTER QOPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <q> : "ϟ" U03DF # GREEK SMALL LETTER QOPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <Q> : "Ϙ" U03D8 # GREEK LETTER ARCHAIC QOPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <q> : "ϙ" U03D9 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ARCHAIC QOPPA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <ampersand> : "ϗ" U03D7 # GREEK KAI SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <Z> : "Ϡ" U03E0 # GREEK LETTER SAMPI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <z> : "ϡ" U03E1 # GREEK SMALL LETTER SAMPI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <period> <Z> : "Ͳ" U0372 # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ARCHAIC SAMPI
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <period> <z> : "ͳ" U0373 # GREEK SMALL LETTER ARCHAIC SAMPI
# Sorry, couldn't think of better ones for these. Might want .s for SAN.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <question> : "Ϛ" U03DA # GREEK LETTER STIGMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <slash> : "ϛ" U03DB # GREEK SMALL LETTER STIGMA
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <apostrophe> : "ʹ" U02B9 # MODIFIER LETTER PRIME, canonically equivalent to U0374 GREEK NUMERAL SIGN
# While we're at it...
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <apostrophe> : "′" U2032 # PRIME
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <quotedbl> : "″" U2033 # DOUBLE PRIME
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <comma> : "͵" U0375 # GREEK LOWER NUMERAL SIGN (for thousands)
# Do we want BETA SYMBOL, RHO SYMBOL, KAPPA SYMBOL, PHI SYMBOL, THETA SYMBOL?
# The format makes them obvious enough I guess. PI SYMBOL is different enough
# that there's no question, and it is separate from these.
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <b> : "ϐ" U03D0 # GREEK BETA SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <u> : "ϑ" U03D1 # GREEK THETA SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <Y> : "ϒ" U03D2 # GREEK UPSILON WITH HOOK SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <f> : "ϕ" U03D5 # GREEK PHI SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <k> : "ϰ" U03F0 # GREEK KAPPA SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <r> : "ϱ" U03F1 # GREEK RHO SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <U> : "ϴ" U03F4 # GREEK CAPITAL THETA SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <e> : "ϵ" U03F5 # GREEK LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL
# Not doing the lunate sigmas and dotted versions thereof... What about SAN, which is at least a letter?
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <s> : "ϻ" U03FB # GREEK SMALL LETTER SAN
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <S> : "Ϻ" U03FA # GREEK CAPITAL LETTER SAN
# If you wanted to actually type in Greek, you would also need άίέ
# etc. But you would probably just switch to a Greek keyboard layout.
# Custom additions: fractions
<Multi_key> <1> <3> : "⅓" U2153 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE THIRD
<Multi_key> <2> <3> : "⅔" U2154 # VULGAR FRACTION TWO THIRDS
# more extensive fractions from jsled
<Multi_key> <1> <5> : "⅕" U2155 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE FIFTH
<Multi_key> <2> <5> : "⅖" U2156 # VULGAR FRACTION TWO FIFTHS
<Multi_key> <3> <5> : "⅗" U2157 # VULGAR FRACTION THREE FIFTHS
<Multi_key> <4> <5> : "⅘" U2158 # VULGAR FRACTION FOUR FIFTHS
<Multi_key> <1> <6> : "⅙" U2159 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE SIXTH
<Multi_key> <5> <6> : "⅚" U215A # VULGAR FRACTION FIVE SIXTHS
<Multi_key> <1> <8> : "⅛" U215B # VULGAR FRACTION ONE EIGHTH
<Multi_key> <3> <8> : "⅜" U215C # VULGAR FRACTION THREE EIGHTHS
<Multi_key> <5> <8> : "⅝" U215D # VULGAR FRACTION FIVE EIGHTHS
<Multi_key> <7> <8> : "⅞" U215E # VULGAR FRACTION SEVEN EIGHTHS
<Multi_key> <1> <7> : "⅐" U2150 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE SEVENTH
<Multi_key> <1> <9> : "⅑" U2151 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE NINTH
<Multi_key> <1> <x> : "⅒" U2152 # VULGAR FRACTION ONE TENTH
<Multi_key> <0> <3> : "↉" U2189 # VULGAR FRACTION ZERO THIRDS
<Multi_key> <1> <slash> : "⅟" U215F # FRACTION NUMERATOR ONE
# How about roman numerals? Percent for numerical mnemonic?
# Does this go against the spirit of this file? These symbols are accessible
# as regular letters and would look okay. Maybe only for I-X?
<Multi_key> <percent> <1> : "ⅰ" U2170 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL ONE
<Multi_key> <percent> <2> : "ⅱ" U2171 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL TWO
<Multi_key> <percent> <3> : "ⅲ" U2172 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL THREE
<Multi_key> <percent> <4> : "ⅳ" U2173 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL FOUR
<Multi_key> <percent> <5> : "ⅴ" U2174 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE
<Multi_key> <percent> <6> : "ⅵ" U2175 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL SIX
<Multi_key> <percent> <7> : "ⅶ" U2176 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL SEVEN
<Multi_key> <percent> <8> : "ⅷ" U2177 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL EIGHT
<Multi_key> <percent> <9> : "ⅸ" U2178 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL NINE
<Multi_key> <percent> <x> : "ⅹ" U2179 # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL TEN
# How do we handle eleven and twelve?
<Multi_key> <percent> <underscore> <1> : "ⅺ" U217A # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL ELEVEN
<Multi_key> <percent> <underscore> <2> : "ⅻ" U217B # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL TWELVE
# That okay?
<Multi_key> <percent> <l> : "ⅼ" U217C # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL FIFTY
<Multi_key> <percent> <c> : "ⅽ" U217D # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL ONE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <d> : "ⅾ" U217E # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <m> : "ⅿ" U217F # SMALL ROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND
###
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <1> : "Ⅰ" U2160 # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <2> : "Ⅱ" U2161 # ROMAN NUMERAL TWO
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <3> : "Ⅲ" U2162 # ROMAN NUMERAL THREE
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <4> : "Ⅳ" U2163 # ROMAN NUMERAL FOUR
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <5> : "Ⅴ" U2164 # ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <6> : "Ⅵ" U2165 # ROMAN NUMERAL SIX
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <7> : "Ⅶ" U2166 # ROMAN NUMERAL SEVEN
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <8> : "Ⅷ" U2167 # ROMAN NUMERAL EIGHT
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <9> : "Ⅸ" U2168 # ROMAN NUMERAL NINE
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <x> : "Ⅹ" U2169 # ROMAN NUMERAL TEN
# How do we handle eleven and twelve?
<Multi_key> <percent> <underscore> <0> <1> : "Ⅺ" U216A # ROMAN NUMERAL ELEVEN
<Multi_key> <percent> <underscore> <0> <2> : "Ⅻ" U216B # ROMAN NUMERAL TWELVE
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <l> : "Ⅼ" U216C # ROMAN NUMERAL FIFTY
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <c> : "Ⅽ" U216D # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <d> : "Ⅾ" U216E # ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <m> : "Ⅿ" U216F # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND
<Multi_key> <percent> <X> : "Ⅹ" U2169 # ROMAN NUMERAL TEN
<Multi_key> <percent> <L> : "Ⅼ" U216C # ROMAN NUMERAL FIFTY
<Multi_key> <percent> <C> : "Ⅽ" U216D # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <D> : "Ⅾ" U216E # ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE HUNDRED
<Multi_key> <percent> <M> : "Ⅿ" U216F # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <C> <D> : "ↀ" U2180 # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND C D
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <D> : "ↁ" U2181 # ROMAN NUMERAL FIVE THOUSAND
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <M> : "ↂ" U2182 # ROMAN NUMERAL TEN THOUSAND
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <0> <D> : "ↇ" U2187 # ROMAN NUMERAL FIFTY THOUSAND
<Multi_key> <percent> <0> <0> <M> : "ↈ" U2188 # ROMAN NUMERAL ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
# Custom additions: for chat (kragen)
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <colon> : "☻" U263B # BLACK SMILING FACE
<Multi_key> <colon> <parenright> : "☺" U263A # WHITE SMILING FACE
<Multi_key> <colon> <parenleft> : "☹" U2639 # WHITE FROWNING FACE
<Multi_key> <colon> <asciitilde> : "⍨" U2368 # APL FUNCTIONAL SYMBOL TILDE DIAERESIS
<Multi_key> <colon> <bar> : "⸚" U2E1A # HYPHEN WITH DIAERESIS
<Multi_key> <colon> <o> <o> <parenright> : "°͜°" # Funny smiley-face.
# Those are archaic cyrilic letters... but look so _perfect_ for use
# in chat. And about the last, the "multiocular O"... Well, I don't
# know what it can be used for, but given the description, how could I
# leave it out‽
# (I guess using U+1F440 EYES would be more straightforward, but not as funny?)
<Multi_key> <O> <period> <O> : "Ꙭ" UA66C # CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER DOUBLE MONOCULAR O * used in the dual of words based on the root for 'eye'
<Multi_key> <o> <period> <o> : "ꙭ" UA66D # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER DOUBLE MONOCULAR O
<Multi_key> <O> <colon> : "Ꙫ" UA66A # CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER BINOCULAR O * used in the dual of words based on the root for 'eye'
<Multi_key> <o> <colon> : "ꙫ" UA66B # CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER BINOCULAR O
<Multi_key> <o> <plus> : "ꙮ" UA66E # CYRILLIC LETTER MULTIOCULAR O * used in the epithet 'many-eyed'
# While we're doing stacks of circles with dots.
<Multi_key> <o> <3> : "߷" U07F7 # NKO SYMBOL GBAKURUNEN
<Multi_key> <exclam> <question> : "‽" U203D # INTERROBANG
<Multi_key> <question> <exclam> : "⸘" U2E18 # INVERTED INTERROBANG, standard now.
<Multi_key> <questiondown> <exclamdown> : "⸘" U2E18 # INVERTED INTERROBANG (if you have a ¡ key. Otherwise...? "?i" maybe?
<Multi_key> <exclamdown> <questiondown> : "⸘" U2E18 # INVERTED INTERROBANG (if you have a ¡ key. Otherwise...? "?i" maybe?
<Multi_key> <question> <less> : "⸮" U2E2E # REVERSED QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <question> <BackSpace> : "⸮" U2E2E # REVERSED QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <question> <ampersand> <question> : "⁇" U2047 # DOUBLE QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <2> <question> : "⁇" U2047 # DOUBLE QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <question> <ampersand> <exclam> : "⁈" U2048 # QUESTION EXCLAMATION MARK
<Multi_key> <exclam> <ampersand> <question> : "⁉" U2049 # EXCLAMATION QUESTION MARK
<Multi_key> <exclam> <ampersand> <exclam> : "‼" U203C # DOUBLE EXCLAMATION MARK
<Multi_key> <2> <exclam> : "‼" U203C # DOUBLE EXCLAMATION MARK
<Multi_key> <2> <colon> : "∷" U2237 # PROPORTION -- not strictly 2 times COLON
<Multi_key> <semicolon> <less> : "⁏" U204F # REVERSED SEMICOLON
<Multi_key> <semicolon> <BackSpace> : "⁏" U204F # REVERSED SEMICOLON
# Keep looking into big hunks of Latin Extended-D, A720- et seq.
<Multi_key> <less> <3> : "♥" U2665 # BLACK HEART SUIT
<Multi_key> <3> <3> : "♣" U2663 # BLACK CLUB SUIT
<Multi_key> <o> <8> : "♣" U2663 # BLACK CLUB SUIT
<Multi_key> <c> <3> : "♣" U2663 # BLACK CLUB SUIT
<Multi_key> <less> <greater> : "♢" U2662 # WHITE DIAMOND SUIT
<Multi_key> <3> <minus> : "♠" U2660 # BLACK SPADE SUIT
<Multi_key> <less> <braceright> : "♠" U2660 # BLACK SPADE SUIT
<Multi_key> <E> <greater> : "♡" U2661 # WHITE HEART SUIT
# "shamrock" is too long; there IS a limit to these!
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <h> <m> <r> <c> <k> : "☘" U2618 # SHAMROCK
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <h> <a> <m> <r> <o> : "☘" U2618 # SHAMROCK
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <c> : "☮" U262E # PEACE SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <e> <a> <c> <e> : "☮" U262E # PEACE SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <y> <y> : "☯" U262F # YIN YANG
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <y> <i> <n> <y> <a> <n> : "☯" U262F # YIN YANG
# And now that we are into hearts...
<Multi_key> <Left> <less> <3> : "❥" U2765 # ROTATED HEAVY BLACK HEART BULLET
<Multi_key> <exclam> <less> <3> : "❣" U2763 # HEAVY HEART EXCLAMATION MARK ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <f> <less> <3> : "❦" U2766 # FLORAL HEART
<Multi_key> <Left> <f> <less> <3> : "❧" U2767 # ROTATED FLORAL HEART BULLET
<Multi_key> <Right> <f> <less> <3> : "☙" U2619 # REVERSED ROTATED FLORAL HEART BULLET
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <e> <l> : "☎" U260E # BLACK TELEPHONE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <e> <a> : "☕" U2615 # HOT BEVERAGE
# These last two bother me less, though they can still be improved.
# Other possibly useful symbols:
# 2668 HOT SPRINGS (for chat, for running off to shower?)
# I want 2713-2714 and 2717-2718
# We need a Dingbats prefix, for ❛❜❝❞❢
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <space> <bracketright> : "☐" U2610 # BALLOT BOX
# Better keystrokes anyone? This one breaks the pattern. [c]? [v]? [y]? [/]?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <h> <k> : "☑" U2611 # BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <slash> <bracketright> : "☑" U2611 # BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <x> <bracketright> : "☒" U2612 # BALLOT BOX WITH X
# @ for dingbats?
<Multi_key> <at> <slash> : "✓" U2713 # CHECK MARK
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <slash> : "✔" U2714 # HEAVY CHECK MARK
<Multi_key> <at> <X> : "✗" U2717 # BALLOT X
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <X> : "✘" U2718 # HEAVY BALLOT X
<Multi_key> <at> <parenleft> : "❨" U2768 # MEDIUM LEFT PARENTHESIS ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <parenright> : "❩" U2769 # MEDIUM RIGHT PARENTHESIS ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <parenleft> : "❪" U276A # MEDIUM FLATTENED LEFT PARENTHESIS ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <parenright> : "❫" U276B # MEDIUM FLATTENED RIGHT PARENTHESIS ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <less> : "❬" U276C # MEDIUM LEFT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <greater> : "❭" U276D # MEDIUM RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET ORNAMENT
# U276E&F ❮❯ ? Angle quotation mark ornaments?
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <less> : "❰" U2770 # HEAVY LEFT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <at> <greater> : "❱" U2771 # HEAVY RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <bracketleft> <parenleft> : "❲" U2772 # LIGHT LEFT TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <bracketright> <parenright> : "❳" U2773 # LIGHT RIGHT TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <braceleft> : "❴" U2774 # MEDIUM LEFT CURLY BRACKET ORNAMENT
<Multi_key> <at> <braceright> : "❵" U2775 # MEDIUM RIGHT CURLY BRACKET ORNAMENT
# Will I want <at> <at> for something else?
# Now there is such a thing as text style and emoji style. Use the
# "dingbat prefix" in an unusual way:
<Multi_key> <at> <Multi_key> : "️" UFE0F # Emoji selector
<Multi_key> <exclam> <Multi_key> : "︎" UFE0E # Text selector
# How about dice?
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <1> <bracketright> : "⚀" U2680 # DIE FACE-1
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <2> <bracketright> : "⚁" U2681 # DIE FACE-2
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <3> <bracketright> : "⚂" U2682 # DIE FACE-3
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <4> <bracketright> : "⚃" U2683 # DIE FACE-4
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <5> <bracketright> : "⚄" U2684 # DIE FACE-5
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <6> <bracketright> : "⚅" U2685 # DIE FACE-6
# 267B BLACK UNIVERSAL RECYCLING SYMBOL
# Keystrokes okay?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <f> <d> <l> : "⚜" U269C # FLEUR-DE-LIS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <t> <o> <m> : "⚛" U269B # ATOM SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <c> <c> <p> : "☭" U262D # HAMMER AND SICKLE
<Multi_key> <slash> <exclam> <backslash> : "⚠" U26A0 # WARNING SIGN
<Multi_key> <exclam> <asciicircum> : "⚠" U26A0 # WARNING SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <z> <a> <p> : "⚡" U26A1 # HIGH VOLTAGE SIGN
# Shouldn't use just <r><a> because it's too likely to be a prefix for
# a useful word.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <r> <a> <d> : "☢" U2622 # RADIOACTIVE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <h> : "☣" U2623 # BIOHAZARD SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <i> <o> <h> <a> <z> : "☣" U2623 # BIOHAZARD SIGN
# Changing this from ⚝
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <A> <A> <A> <A> <A> : "⛤" U26E4 # PENTAGRAM (pentalpha, get it?)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <l> <a> <n> <e> : "✈" U2708 # AIRPLANE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <m> <a> <i> <l> : "✉" U2709 # ENVELOPE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <w> <h> <l> <c> <h> : "♿" U267F # WHEELCHAIR SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <m> <e> <d> : "☤" U2624 # CADEUCEUS
## Don't usually do sequences, but exception made for the
## "eyewitness" compound emoji sequence:
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <w> <i> <t> : "👁️‍🗨️"
# Something different for STAFF OF AESCULAPIUS?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <1> <m> <e> <d> : "⚕" U2695 # STAFF OF AESCULAPIUS
# 26B0 COFFIN ?
# One of the SNOWFLAKEs?
# SNOWMAN? COMET? ANCHOR?
# Maybe if we go with having a "word" symbol and spelling out lots and
# lots of whole words, we can have all the planets.
#
# I already have STAR OF DAVID on another map.
# 231A, 231B -- WATCH and HOURGLASS -- one should be &-w-a-i-t
# 23D4 METRICAL LONG OVER TWO SHORTS a.k.a. METRICAL BOOBS
# 0950 DEVANAGARI OM?
# 212E ESTIMATED SYMBOL?
# 2324 UP ARROWHEAD BETWEEN TWO HORIZONTAL BARS a.k.a. NOT AMUSED
# 237E BELL SYMBOL a.k.a. ALIENS LANDING
<Multi_key> <o> <minus> <plus> : "♀" U2640 # FEMALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <o> <minus> <greater> : "♂" U2642 # MALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <g> <a> <y> : "⚣" U26A3 # DOUBLED MALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <e> <s> <b> <i> <a> <n> : "⚢" U26A2 # DOUBLED FEMALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <h> <e> <t> <e> <r> <o> : "⚤" U26A4 # INTERLOCKED FEMALE AND MALE SIGN
# 'trans': short for transgender/transexual
# 'genderq': short for genderqueer.
# Wasn't sure which to call which symbol, and wanted to include both
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <r> <a> <n> <s> : "⚥" U26A5 # MALE AND FEMALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <g> <e> <n> <d> <e> <r> <q> : "⚧" U26A7 # MALE WITH STROKE AND MALE AND FEMALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <O> <X>: "☠" U2620 # SKULL AND CROSSBONES
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <a> <t> <h>: "☠" U2620 # SKULL AND CROSSBONES
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <X> <b> <o> <n> <e> <s>: "☠" U2620 # SKULL AND CROSSBONES
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <k> <b> <d> : "⌨" U2328 # KEYBOARD
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <r> <h> <a> <n> <d> : "☞" U261E # WHITE RIGHT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <h> <a> <n> <d> : "☜" U261C # WHITE LEFT POINTING INDEX
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <asterisk> :"★" U2605 # BLACK STAR
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <0> :"☆" U2606 # WHITE STAR
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <minus> :"✪" U272A # CIRCLED WHITE STAR
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <3> :"⁂" U2042 # ASTERISM
<Multi_key> <3> <asterisk> :"⁂" U2042 # ASTERISM
<Multi_key> <2> <asterisk> :"⁑" U2051 # TWO ASTERISKS ALIGNED VERTICALLY
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <4> :"✢" U2722 # FOUR TEARDROP-SPOKED ASTERISK
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <6> :"✡" U2721 # STAR OF DAVID
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <numbersign> :"✯" U272F # PINWHEEL STAR
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <exclam> :"✱" U2731 # HEAVY ASTERISK
<Multi_key> <less> <X> <greater> : "❖" U2756 # BLACK DIAMOND MINUS WHITE X
<Multi_key> <at> <numbersign> : "⌘" U2318 # PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN
# Using backslash-minus-slash etc. conflicts with combining accents.
<Multi_key> <grave> <minus> <apostrophe> : "⚞" U269E # THREE LINES CONVERGING RIGHT
<Multi_key> <apostrophe> <minus> <grave> : "⚟" U269F # THREE LINES CONVERGING LEFT
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <B> <e> <l> <l> <s> <y> <m> : "⍾" U237E # BELL SYMBOL (or ALIENS LANDING) -- &-a-l-i-e-n ?
# Other monstery characters... ѪꙚ (alien abductions?)
# ඏൠഋ & others from Kannada et al...?
# Can't use -^- for this; conflicts with -^ for ↑, and getting those arrows
# workable was complicated enough. How about this?
<Multi_key> <underscore> <asciicircum> <underscore> : "⌤" U2324 # UP ARROWHEAD BETWEEN TWO HORIZONTAL BARS; aka ENTER KEY, aka NOT AMUSED.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <w> <a> <i> <t> : "⌛" U231B # HOURGLASS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <h> <o> <u> <r> : "⌛" U231B # HOURGLASS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <i> <m> <e> : "⌚" U231A # WATCH
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <w> <a> <t> <c> <h> : "⌚" U231A # WATCH
<Multi_key> <space> <N> : " " U2002 # EN SPACE
<Multi_key> <space> <M> : " " U2003 # EM SPACE
<Multi_key> <space> <3> <M> : " " U2004 # THREE-PER-EM SPACE
<Multi_key> <space> <4> <M> : " " U2005 # FOUR-PER-EM SPACE
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <parenright>: "◌" U25CC # DOTTED CIRCLE
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <bracketright>: "⬚" U2B1A # DOTTED SQUARE
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <parenleft> : "﴾" UFD3E # ORNATE LEFT PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <parenright> : "﴿" UFD3F # ORNATE RIGHT PARENTHESIS
<Multi_key> <k> <s> : "ʘ" U0298 # LATIN LETTER BILABIAL CLICK (kiss sound)
<Multi_key> <bar> <greater> : "‣" U2023 # TRIANGULAR BULLET
#SUPERSCRIPTS:
#To avoid namespace clashes, <asciicircum> is doubled (will I regret that?)
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <h> : "ʰ" U02B0 # SUPERSCRIPT H
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <i> : "ⁱ" U2071 # SUPERSCRIPT I
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <j> : "ʲ" U02B2 # SUPERSCRIPT J
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <n> : "ⁿ" U207F # SUPERSCRIPT N
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <r> : "ʳ" U02B3 # SUPERSCRIPT R
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <w> : "ʷ" U02B7 # SUPERSCRIPT W
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <y> : "ʸ" U02B8 # SUPERSCRIPT Y
# So I can use yᵗ/þᵗ and yᵉ/þᵉ
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <e> : "ᵉ" U1D49 # MODIFIER LETTER SMALL E
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <asciicircum> <t> : "ᵗ" U1D57 # MODIFIER LETTER SMALL T
# Abbreviation for "that":
<Multi_key> <U00FE> <t> : "ꝥ" UA765 # LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN WITH STROKE
#Maybe add: ˀˁ˃˂ Need to be able to talk about ʔˁ...
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <question> <period> : "ˀ" U02C0 # MODIFIER LETTER GLOTTAL STOP
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <question> <parenleft> : "ˁ" U02C1 # MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <minus> : "⁻" U207B # SUPERSCRIPT MINUS
<Multi_key> <asciicircum> <plus> : "⁺" U207A # SUPERSCRIPT PLUS
<Multi_key> <asciitilde> <asciitilde> : "≈" U2248 # ALMOST EQUAL TO
<Multi_key> <s> <h> : "ʃ" U0283 # LATIN SMALL LETTER ESH
<Multi_key> <z> <h> : "ʒ" U0292 # LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH
<Multi_key> <l> <h> : "ɬ" U026C # LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH BELT
<Multi_key> <l> <3> : "ɮ" U026E # LATIN SMALL LETTER LEZH
<Multi_key> <y> <g> : "ȝ" U021D # LATIN SMALL LETTER YOGH
<Multi_key> <Y> <G> : "Ȝ" U021C # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER YOGH
<Multi_key> <question> <period> : "ʔ" U0294 # LATIN LETTER GLOTTAL STOP
<Multi_key> <question> <parenleft> : "ʕ" U0295 # LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL VOICED FRICATIVE
# Not great keystrokes...
<Multi_key> <question> <v> : "ʖ" U0296 # LATIN LETTER INVERTED GLOTTAL STOP
<Multi_key> <question> <minus> : "ʡ" U02A1 # LATIN LETTER GLOTTAL STOP WITH STROKE
<Multi_key> <question> <braceleft> : "ʢ" U02A2 # LATIN LETTER REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP WITH STROKE
# How about ɸ? φ isn’t the IPA glyph.
<Multi_key> <p> <h> : "ɸ" U0278 # LATIN SMALL LETTER PHI
<Multi_key> <i> <h> : "ɪ" U026A # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL I
<Multi_key> <I> <H> : "ɪ" U026A # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL I
<Multi_key> <u> <h> : "ʊ" U028A # LATIN SMALL LETTER UPSILON
<Multi_key> <U> <H> : "ʊ" U028A # LATIN SMALL LETTER UPSILON
<Multi_key> <a> <h> : "ɑ" U0251 # LATIN SMALL LETTER ALPHA
<Multi_key> <e> <r> : "ɚ" U025A # LATIN SMALL LETTER SCHWA WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <o> <parenright> :"ɔ" U0254 # LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN O
<Multi_key> <a> <w> : "ɔ" U0254 # LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN O
<Multi_key> <O> <parenright> :"Ɔ" U0186 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN O
<Multi_key> <A> <W> : "Ɔ" U0186 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN O
<Multi_key> <e> <h> : "ɛ" U025B # LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN E
# Have to put the <less> at the beginning for these.
<Multi_key> <less> <e> <h> : "ɜ" U025C # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN E
<Multi_key> <BackSpace> <e> <h> : "ɜ" U025C # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN E
<Multi_key> <less> <e> <r> : "ɝ" U025D # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN E WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <BackSpace> <e> <r> : "ɝ" U025D # LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN E WITH HOOK
# It's spelled "gy" in Hungarian...
<Multi_key> <g> <y> : "ɟ" U025F # LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS J WITH STROKE
# How are these keystrokes?
<Multi_key> <bar> <apostrophe> : "ˈ" U02C8 # MODIFIER LETTER VERTICAL LINE
<Multi_key> <bar> <comma> : "ˌ" U02CC # MODIFIER LETTER LOW VERTICAL LINE
<Multi_key> <bar> <underscore> : "̩" U0329 # COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW
# Harmonize with other combiners.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <underscore> <bar> : "̩" U0329 # COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW
<Multi_key> <r> <r> : "ɹ" U0279 # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED R: voiced alveolar approximant (American English (at least) R)
<Multi_key> <r> <d> : "ɾ" U027E # LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH FISHHOOK: voiced alveolar flap or tap (American English intervocalic allophone of d, or Spanish r)
<Multi_key> <v> <v> : "ʌ" U028C # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED V
<Multi_key> <u> <i> : "ɯ" U026F # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED M
# doubling a letter seems to be mostly used for turning
<Multi_key> <w> <w> : "ʍ" U028D # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED W
<Multi_key> <y> <y> : "ʎ" U028E # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED Y
<Multi_key> <a> <a> : "ɐ" U0250 # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED A
<Multi_key> <h> <h> : "ɥ" U0265 # LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED H
# ı is already available in the "standard" .XCompose
<Multi_key> <j> <period> : "ȷ" U0237 # LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS J
<Multi_key> <exclam> <period> : "Ꞌ" UA78B # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SALTILLO
<Multi_key> <exclam> <underscore> <period> : "ꞌ" UA78C # LATIN SMALL LETTER SALTILLO
# I'll use capitals for a different double
<Multi_key> <W> <W> : "ʬ" U02AC # LATIN LETTER BILABIAL PERCUSSIVE
# Also handy for writing urls: http://ʬw.omniglot.com/
# Sorry, I miss having this and hate having to use colon instead:
<Multi_key> <colon> <plus> : "ː" U02D0 # MODIFIER LETTER TRIANGULAR COLON
# ɣ? ᴥ? Important enough to add? ᴥ is cool just as a "latin" letter.
<Multi_key> <g> <h> : "ɣ" U0263 # LATIN SMALL LETTER GAMMA
# It looks like a ɣ and makes an "o" sorta sound:
<Multi_key> <o> <g> <h> : "ɤ" U0264 # LATIN SMALL LETTER RAMS HORN
<Multi_key> <a> <i> <n> : "ᴥ" U1D25 # LATIN LETTER AIN
# Sometimes it's a "tail", sometimes a "hook", and sometimes a "retroflex hook"
<Multi_key> <d> <comma> : "ɖ" U0256 # LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH TAIL
<Multi_key> <l> <comma> : "ɭ" U026D # LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH RETROFLEX HOOK
<Multi_key> <n> <comma> : "ɳ" U0273 # LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH RETROFLEX HOOK
<Multi_key> <s> <comma> : "ʂ" U0282 # LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <t> <comma> : "ʈ" U0288 # LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH RETROFLEX HOOK
<Multi_key> <z> <comma> : "ʐ" U0290 # LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH RETROFLEX HOOK
# This is used for functions, folders, etc. Yeah, the hook's facing wrong.
<Multi_key> <f> <comma> : "ƒ" U0192 # LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK
# Sigh, might as well do implosives. Which is also sometimes a hook.
<Multi_key> <b> <apostrophe> : "ɓ" U0253 # LATIN SMALL LETTER B WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <d> <apostrophe> : "ɗ" U0257 # LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <g> <apostrophe> : "ɠ" U0260 # LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <g> <g> : "ɡ" U0261 # LATIN SMALL LETTER SCRIPT G
# The h looks the same...
<Multi_key> <h> <apostrophe> : "ɦ" U0266 # LATIN SMALL LETTER H WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <G> <apostrophe> : "ʛ" U029B # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL G WITH HOOK
<Multi_key> <N> <o> : "№" U2116 # NUMERO SIGN
<Multi_key> <R> <x> : "℞" U211E # PRESCRIPTION TAKE
<Multi_key> <P> <e> <r> : "⅌" U214C # PER SIGN
<Multi_key> <o> <z> <period> : "℥" U2125 # OUNCE SIGN
<Multi_key> <s> <c> <r> <period> : "℈" U2108 # SCRUPLE
# There are all kinds of awesome combining characters in the U+0300 page.
# There are a bunch of other awesome combining characters like U+20E0
<Multi_key> <asterisk> <period> <period> <period> : "๛" U0E5B # THAI CHARACTER KHOMUT (end of chapter)
#
# Music stuff. # is the music mnemonic.
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <b> : "♭" U266d # MUSIC FLAT SIGN
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <f> : "♮" U266e # MUSIC NATURAL SIGN
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <equal> : "♮" U266e # MUSIC NATURAL SIGN
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <numbersign> : "♯" U266f # MUSIC SHARP SIGN
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <G> : "𝄞" U0001d11e # MUSICAL SYMBOL G CLEF
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <F> : "𝄢" U0001d122 # MUSICAL SYMBOL F CLEF
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <C> : "𝄡" U0001d121 # MUSICAL SYMBOL C CLEF
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <o> <slash> : "♪" U266a # EIGHTH NOTE
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <o> <o> : "♫" U266b # BEAMED EIGHTH NOTES
<Multi_key> <numbersign> <percent> : "♫" U266b # BEAMED EIGHTH NOTES
# Combining accents, for making things you don't have precomposed chars or keystrokes for:
<Multi_key> <backslash> <grave> : "̀" U0300 # COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT
<Multi_key> <backslash> <apostrophe> : "́" U0301 # COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT
<Multi_key> <backslash> <asciicircum> : "̂" U0302 # COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<Multi_key> <backslash> <asciitilde> : "̃" U0303 # COMBINING TILDE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <equal> : "̄" U0304 # COMBINING MACRON
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <equal> : "̅" U0305 # COMBINING OVERLINE -- ???
<Multi_key> <backslash> <U> : "̆" U0306 # COMBINING BREVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <period> : "̇" U0307 # COMBINING DOT ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <quotedbl> : "̈" U0308 # COMBINING DIAERESIS
<Multi_key> <backslash> <question> : "̉" U0309 # COMBINING HOOK ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <o> : "̊" U030a # COMBINING RING ABOVE
# That now conflicts with the new 🙌 in the system xcompose. Alternative:
<Multi_key> <backslash> <0> : "̊" U030a # COMBINING RING ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <apostrophe> : "̋" U030b # COMBINING DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT -- ??
<Multi_key> <backslash> <c> : "̌" U030c # COMBINING CARON
<Multi_key> <backslash> <bar> : "̍" U030d # COMBINING VERTICAL LINE ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <bar> : "̎" U030e # COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <grave> : "̏" U030f # COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT
# For writing PSILI and DASIA in Greek
# Ugh, better key-coding? I may need @ for BELOW.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <backslash> <comma> : "̒" U0312 # COMBINING TURNED COMMA ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <comma> : "̓" U0313 # COMBINING COMMA ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <less> <comma> : "̔" U0314 # COMBINING REVERSED COMMA ABOVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <f> <m> : "͒" U0352 # COMBINING FERMATA
<Multi_key> <backslash> <parenleft> <period> : "̐" U0310 # COMBINING CHANDRABINDU
<Multi_key> <backslash> <i> <b> : "̑" U0311 # COMBINING INVERTED BREVE -- ??
<Multi_key> <backslash> <parenleft> <parenright>: "⃝" U20DD # COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <parenleft> <slash> <parenright>: "⃠" U20E0 # COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH
<Multi_key> <backslash> <exclam> : "̣" U0323 # COMBINING DOT BELOW
# With only one underscore it conflicts with stuff.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <underscore> <underscore> : "̱" U0331 # COMBINING MACRON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <underscore> : "̲" U0332 # COMBINING LOW LINE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <backslash> <backslash> <underscore> : "̳" U0333 # COMBINING DOUBLE LOW LINE
# The @ sign will signify reversal to the bottom of the glyph, 'kay?
<Multi_key> <backslash> <at> <o> : "̥" U0325 # COMBINING RING BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <at> <c> : "̬" U032c # COMBINING CARON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <at> <asciicircum> : "̭" U032d # COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <at> <U> : "̮" U032e # COMBINING BREVE BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <at> <i> <b> : "̯" U032f # COMBINING INVERTED BREVE BELOW -- ??
# How about leading & (or &&?) for double combiners? There aren't many anyway.
# Except that I found myself assuming it was "2" for double.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <at> <U> : "͜" U035C # COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <at> <U> : "͜" U035C # COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <U> : "͝" U035D # COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <U> : "͝" U035D # COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <minus> : "͞" U035E # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <minus> : "͞" U035E # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <at> <minus> : "͟" U035F # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <at> <minus> : "͟" U035F # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <underscore> : "͟" U035F # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <underscore> : "͟" U035F # COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <asciitilde> : "͠" U0360 # COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <asciitilde> : "͠" U0360 # COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <i> <b> : "͡" U0361 # COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <i> <b> : "͡" U0361 # COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <at> <i> <b> : "᷼" U1DFC # COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <at> <i> <b> : "᷼" U1DFC # COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE BELOW
# Might as well finish up the set.
<Multi_key> <backslash> <ampersand> <greater> : "͢" U0362 # COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW
<Multi_key> <backslash> <2> <greater> : "͢" U0362 # COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW
<Multi_key> <period> <parenright> : "͒" U0352 # COMBINING FERMATA
<Multi_key> <backslash> <asterisk> : "҉" U0489 # COMBINING CYRILLIC MILLIONS SIGN -- aka COMBINING SHINY
<Multi_key> <P> <minus> : "₽" U20BD # RUBLE SIGN
<Multi_key> <p> <minus> : "₽" U20BD # RUBLE SIGN
# How about for a little extra control:
<Multi_key> <Z> <W> <S> <P> : "​" U200B # ZERO WIDTH SPACE
<Multi_key> <Z> <W> <N> <J> : "‌" U200C # ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER
<Multi_key> <Z> <W> <J> : "‍" U200D # ZERO WIDTH JOINER
<Multi_key> <L> <R> <M> : "‎" U200E # LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK
<Multi_key> <R> <L> <M> : "‏" U200F # RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK
# I never understood the whole embedding/pop thing, but we might as well add 'em
<Multi_key> <L> <R> <E> : "‪" U202A # LEFT-TO-RIGHT EMBEDDING
<Multi_key> <R> <L> <E> : "‫" U202B # RIGHT-TO-LEFT EMBEDDING
<Multi_key> <P> <D> <F> : "‬" U202C # POP DIRECTIONAL FORMATTING
<Multi_key> <L> <R> <I> : "⁦" U2066 # LEFT-TO-RIGHT ISOLATE
<Multi_key> <R> <L> <I> : "⁧" U2067 # RIGHT-TO-LEFT ISOLATE
<Multi_key> <F> <S> <I> : "⁨" U2068 # FIRST STRONG ISOLATE
<Multi_key> <P> <D> <I> : "⁩" U2069 # POP DIRECTIONAL ISOLATE
<Multi_key> <L> <R> <O> : "‭" U202D # LEFT-TO-RIGHT OVERRIDE
<Multi_key> <R> <L> <O> : "‮" U202E # RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE
<Multi_key> <B> <O> <M> : "" UFEFF # ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE (Byte Order Mark)
<Multi_key> <C> <G> <J> : "͏" U034F # COMBINING GRAPHEME JOINER
# These are sufficiently special and well-known that they don't need the
# double <Multi_key> prefix I think. The all-caps helps too.
# How about some small-caps? We normally use a special character as a prefix,
# but why not a suffix? It won't interfere with things that way.
# Several of these are also IPA, which is handy. And so a few have multiple
# entries. Whatever.
<Multi_key> <a> <grave> : "ᴀ" U1D00 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL A
<Multi_key> <b> <grave> : "ʙ" U0299 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL B
<Multi_key> <c> <grave> : "ᴄ" U1D04 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL C
<Multi_key> <d> <grave> : "ᴅ" U1D05 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL D
<Multi_key> <e> <grave> : "ᴇ" U1D07 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL E
<Multi_key> <f> <grave> : "ꜰ" UA730 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL F
<Multi_key> <g> <grave> : "ɢ" U0262 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL G
<Multi_key> <h> <grave> : "ʜ" U029C # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL H
<Multi_key> <i> <grave> : "ɪ" U026A # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL I
<Multi_key> <j> <grave> : "ᴊ" U1D0A # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL J
<Multi_key> <k> <grave> : "ᴋ" U1D0B # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL K
<Multi_key> <l> <grave> : "ʟ" U029F # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL L
<Multi_key> <m> <grave> : "ᴍ" U1D0D # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL M
<Multi_key> <n> <grave> : "ɴ" U0274 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL N
<Multi_key> <o> <grave> : "ᴏ" U1D0F # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL O
<Multi_key> <p> <grave> : "ᴘ" U1D18 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL P
# There is no SMALL CAPITAL Q (yet)!
<Multi_key> <r> <grave> : "ʀ" U0280 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL R
<Multi_key> <s> <grave> : "ꜱ" UA731 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL S
<Multi_key> <t> <grave> : "ᴛ" U1D1B # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL T
<Multi_key> <u> <grave> : "ᴜ" U1D1C # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U
<Multi_key> <v> <grave> : "ᴠ" U1D20 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL V
<Multi_key> <w> <grave> : "ᴡ" U1D21 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL W
# There is no SMALL CAPITAL X (yet)
<Multi_key> <y> <grave> : "ʏ" U028F # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL Y
<Multi_key> <z> <grave> : "ᴢ" U1D22 # LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL Z
# See also http://bleah.co.uk/~simon/stuff/XCompose
# and http://dotfiles.org/~inky/.XCompose
# and http://paste.lisp.org/display/73094
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <u> <n> : "☉" U2609 # SUN (Sunday)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <m> <o> <o> <n> : "☽" U263D # FIRST QUARTER MOON (Monday)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <m> <e> <r> <c> <u> <r> <y> : "☿" U263F # MERCURY (Wednesday)
# We already have Venus (Friday) and Mars (Tuesday) as Male/Female signs; do we need them here too?
#<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <v> <e> <n> <u> <s> : "♀" U2640 # FEMALE SIGN
#<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <m> <a> <r> <s> : "♂" U2642 # MALE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <j> <u> <p> <i> <t> <e> <r> : "♃" U2643 # JUPITER (Thursday)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <a> <t> <u> <r> <n> : "♄" U2644 # SATURN (Saturday)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <u> <r> <a> <n> <u> <s> : "♅" U2645 # URANUS (or ⛢ U26E2?)
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <n> <e> <p> <t> <u> <n> <e> : "♆" U2646 # NEPTUNE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <l> <u> <t> <o> : "♇" U2647 # PLUTO (ok, it isn't a planet anymore, but we still love it.)
# Minor planets, whilst we're at it?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <e> <r> <e> <s> : "⚳" U26B3 # CERES
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <a> <l> <l> <a> <s> : "⚴" U26B4 # PALLAS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <j> <u> <n> <o> : "⚵" U26B5 # JUNO
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <v> <e> <s> <t> <a> : "⚶" U26B6 # VESTA
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <h> <i> <r> <o> <n> : "⚷" U26B7 # CHIRON
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <i> <l> <i> <t> <h> : "⚸" U26B8 # BLACK MOON LILITH
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <k> <e> <y> <bracketright> : "⚿" U26BF # SQUARED KEY
# Unicode 6.0 gave us all kinds of things, perhaps more than we can use...
# Playing Cards? It's a lot, but so what? I don't think the [] convention
# will conflict with anything.
# The convention is more or less established, except for the Knight. I'm
# using N for that, like in Chess, since K would conflict with King of course.
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <A> <S> <bracketright> : "🂡" U1F0A1 # PLAYING CARD ACE OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <2> <S> <bracketright> : "🂢" U1F0A2 # PLAYING CARD TWO OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <3> <S> <bracketright> : "🂣" U1F0A3 # PLAYING CARD THREE OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <4> <S> <bracketright> : "🂤" U1F0A4 # PLAYING CARD FOUR OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <5> <S> <bracketright> : "🂥" U1F0A5 # PLAYING CARD FIVE OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <6> <S> <bracketright> : "🂦" U1F0A6 # PLAYING CARD SIX OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <7> <S> <bracketright> : "🂧" U1F0A7 # PLAYING CARD SEVEN OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <8> <S> <bracketright> : "🂨" U1F0A8 # PLAYING CARD EIGHT OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <9> <S> <bracketright> : "🂩" U1F0A9 # PLAYING CARD NINE OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <T> <S> <bracketright> : "🂪" U1F0AA # PLAYING CARD TEN OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <J> <S> <bracketright> : "🂫" U1F0AB # PLAYING CARD JACK OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <N> <S> <bracketright> : "🂬" U1F0AC # PLAYING CARD KNIGHT OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <Q> <S> <bracketright> : "🂭" U1F0AD # PLAYING CARD QUEEN OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <K> <S> <bracketright> : "🂮" U1F0AE # PLAYING CARD KING OF SPADES
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <A> <H> <bracketright> : "🂱" U1F0B1 # PLAYING CARD ACE OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <2> <H> <bracketright> : "🂲" U1F0B2 # PLAYING CARD TWO OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <3> <H> <bracketright> : "🂳" U1F0B3 # PLAYING CARD THREE OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <4> <H> <bracketright> : "🂴" U1F0B4 # PLAYING CARD FOUR OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <5> <H> <bracketright> : "🂵" U1F0B5 # PLAYING CARD FIVE OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <6> <H> <bracketright> : "🂶" U1F0B6 # PLAYING CARD SIX OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <7> <H> <bracketright> : "🂷" U1F0B7 # PLAYING CARD SEVEN OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <8> <H> <bracketright> : "🂸" U1F0B8 # PLAYING CARD EIGHT OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <9> <H> <bracketright> : "🂹" U1F0B9 # PLAYING CARD NINE OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <T> <H> <bracketright> : "🂺" U1F0BA # PLAYING CARD TEN OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <J> <H> <bracketright> : "🂻" U1F0BB # PLAYING CARD JACK OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <N> <H> <bracketright> : "🂼" U1F0BC # PLAYING CARD KNIGHT OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <Q> <H> <bracketright> : "🂽" U1F0BD # PLAYING CARD QUEEN OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <K> <H> <bracketright> : "🂾" U1F0BE # PLAYING CARD KING OF HEARTS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <A> <D> <bracketright> : "🃁" U1F0C1 # PLAYING CARD ACE OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <2> <D> <bracketright> : "🃂" U1F0C2 # PLAYING CARD TWO OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <3> <D> <bracketright> : "🃃" U1F0C3 # PLAYING CARD THREE OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <4> <D> <bracketright> : "🃄" U1F0C4 # PLAYING CARD FOUR OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <5> <D> <bracketright> : "🃅" U1F0C5 # PLAYING CARD FIVE OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <6> <D> <bracketright> : "🃆" U1F0C6 # PLAYING CARD SIX OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <7> <D> <bracketright> : "🃇" U1F0C7 # PLAYING CARD SEVEN OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <8> <D> <bracketright> : "🃈" U1F0C8 # PLAYING CARD EIGHT OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <9> <D> <bracketright> : "🃉" U1F0C9 # PLAYING CARD NINE OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <T> <D> <bracketright> : "🃊" U1F0CA # PLAYING CARD TEN OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <J> <D> <bracketright> : "🃋" U1F0CB # PLAYING CARD JACK OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <N> <D> <bracketright> : "🃌" U1F0CC # PLAYING CARD KNIGHT OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <Q> <D> <bracketright> : "🃍" U1F0CD # PLAYING CARD QUEEN OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <K> <D> <bracketright> : "🃎" U1F0CE # PLAYING CARD KING OF DIAMONDS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <A> <C> <bracketright> : "🃑" U1F0D1 # PLAYING CARD ACE OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <2> <C> <bracketright> : "🃒" U1F0D2 # PLAYING CARD TWO OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <3> <C> <bracketright> : "🃓" U1F0D3 # PLAYING CARD THREE OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <4> <C> <bracketright> : "🃔" U1F0D4 # PLAYING CARD FOUR OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <5> <C> <bracketright> : "🃕" U1F0D5 # PLAYING CARD FIVE OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <6> <C> <bracketright> : "🃖" U1F0D6 # PLAYING CARD SIX OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <7> <C> <bracketright> : "🃗" U1F0D7 # PLAYING CARD SEVEN OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <8> <C> <bracketright> : "🃘" U1F0D8 # PLAYING CARD EIGHT OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <9> <C> <bracketright> : "🃙" U1F0D9 # PLAYING CARD NINE OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <T> <C> <bracketright> : "🃚" U1F0DA # PLAYING CARD TEN OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <J> <C> <bracketright> : "🃛" U1F0DB # PLAYING CARD JACK OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <N> <C> <bracketright> : "🃜" U1F0DC # PLAYING CARD KNIGHT OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <Q> <C> <bracketright> : "🃝" U1F0DD # PLAYING CARD QUEEN OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <K> <C> <bracketright> : "🃞" U1F0DE # PLAYING CARD KING OF CLUBS
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <C> <B> <bracketright> : "🂠" U1F0A0 # PLAYING CARD BACK
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <B> <J> <bracketright> : "🃏" U1F0CF # PLAYING CARD BLACK JOKER
<Multi_key> <bracketleft> <W> <J> <bracketright> : "🃟" U1F0DF # PLAYING CARD WHITE JOKER
# Do we want domino bones also? I'm thinking [ 1 1 ], etc, maybe use
# ] 1 1 [ for vertical (or vice-versa)
# And chess/checkers pieces! We need a convention for those. # looks like a
# checkerboard but we're already using that for music. Half of it?
# <bar> will be an issue when we want double-struck W or B... we'll have
# to consider it. Maybe replace with <equal>
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <K> : "♔" U2654 # WHITE CHESS KING
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <Q> : "♕" U2655 # WHITE CHESS QUEEN
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <R> : "♖" U2656 # WHITE CHESS ROOK
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <B> : "♗" U2657 # WHITE CHESS BISHOP
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <N> : "♘" U2658 # WHITE CHESS KNIGHT
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <P> : "♙" U2659 # WHITE CHESS PAWN
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <K> : "♚" U265A # BLACK CHESS KING
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <Q> : "♛" U265B # BLACK CHESS QUEEN
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <R> : "♜" U265C # BLACK CHESS ROOK
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <B> : "♝" U265D # BLACK CHESS BISHOP
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <N> : "♞" U265E # BLACK CHESS KNIGHT
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <P> : "♟" U265F # BLACK CHESS PAWN
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <D> <M> : "⛀" U26C0 # WHITE DRAUGHTS MAN
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <D> <K> : "⛁" U26C1 # WHITE DRAUGHTS KING
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <D> <M> : "⛂" U26C2 # BLACK DRAUGHTS MAN
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <D> <K> : "⛃" U26C3 # BLACK DRAUGHTS KING
# Since we're doing game pieces, might as well.
<Multi_key> <bar> <W> <S> : "☖" U2616 # WHITE SHOGI PIECE
<Multi_key> <bar> <B> <S> : "☗" U2617 # BLACK SHOGI PIECE
# It's turned vertically and not horizontally reflected, but we use the <
# symbol for turning...
<Multi_key> <bar> <less> <W> <S> : "⛉" U26C9 # TURNED WHITE SHOGI PIECE
<Multi_key> <bar> <less> <B> <S> : "⛊" U26CA # TURNED BLACK SHOGI PIECE
# As for the emoji... We can't possibly get all of them, even just all of the
# cool/useful ones. Maybe we can pick and choose some high-fliers.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <g> <r> <e> <e> : "°" U00B0 # DEGREE SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <g> <C> : "℃" U2103 # DEGREE CELSIUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <g> <c> : "℃" U2103 # DEGREE CELSIUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <g> <F> : "℉" U2109 # DEGREE FAHRENHEIT
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <e> <g> <f> : "℉" U2109 # DEGREE FAHRENHEIT
# Zodiacal symbols?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <r> <i> <e> <s> : "♈" U2648 # ARIES
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <a> <u> <r> <u> <s> : "♉" U2649 # TAURUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <g> <e> <m> <i> <n> <i> : "♊" U264A # GEMINI
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <a> <n> <c> <e> <r> : "♋" U264B # CANCER
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <e> <o> : "♌" U264C # LEO
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <v> <i> <r> <g> <o> : "♍" U264D # VIRGO
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <i> <b> <r> <a> : "♎" U264E # LIBRA
# Abbreviating some of the longer ones.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <c> <o> <r> <p> : "♏" U264F # SCORPIUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <a> <g> <i> <t> : "♐" U2650 # SAGITTARIUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <a> <p> <r> <i> <c> : "♑" U2651 # CAPRICORN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <q> <u> <a> <r> : "♒" U2652 # AQUARIUS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <i> <s> <c> <e> <s> : "♓" U2653 # PISCES
# Really, this should be SERPENTARIUS. All the other signs are in Latin.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <o> <p> <h> <i> <u> <c> : "⛎" U26CE # OPHIUCHUS
# Sigh. So many emoji... I think the first ones I'd go for would be
# 💡💢💣💤💥💦💧💨💫 (1F4A1-1F4A8 and 1F4AB). Maybe 1F550-1F567 are useful.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <i> <d> <e> <a> : "💡" U1F4A1 # ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <a> <n> <g> <e> <r> : "💢" U1F4A2 # ANGER SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <o> <m> <b> : "💣" U1F4A3 # BOMB
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <z> <z> <z> : "💤" U1F4A4 # SLEEPING SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <o> <w> : "💥" U1F4A5 # COLLISION SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <s> <w> <e> <a> <t> : "💦" U1F4A6 # SPLASHING SWEAT SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <r> <o> <p> : "💧" U1F4A7 # DROPLET
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <z> <i> <p> : "💨" U1F4A8 # DASH SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <p> <o> <o> : "💩" U1F4A9 # PILE OF POO
# Skipping U+1F4AA just now.
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <d> <i> <z> <z> <y> : "💫" U1F4AB # DIZZY SYMBOL
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <dollar> <b> <a> <g> : "💰" U1F4B0 # MONEY BAG
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <c> <a> <k> <e> : "🍰" U1F370 # SHORTCAKE
# The cake is a lie... OK, too cutesy?
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <l> <i> <e> : "🎂" U1F382 # BIRTHDAY CAKE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <b> <d> <a> <y> : "🎂" U1F382 # BIRTHDAY CAKE
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <A> <O> <K> : "👌" U1F44C # OK HAND SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <h> <m> <u> <p> : "👍" U1F44D # THUMBS UP SIGN
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <t> <h> <m> <d> <n> : "👎" U1F44E # THUMBS DOWN SIGN
# More useful in chat than U+1F48F KISS
<Multi_key> <Multi_key> <k> <i> <s> <s> : "💋" U1F48B # KISS MARK
# ⛔ U+26D4 NO ENTRY for "Don't go there"?
# So many hearts... I'm not touching them for now.
# And emoticons? (U+1F600 et seq)
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕐" U1F550 # CLOCK FACE ONE OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <2> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕑" U1F551 # CLOCK FACE TWO OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <3> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕒" U1F552 # CLOCK FACE THREE OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <4> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕓" U1F553 # CLOCK FACE FOUR OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <5> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕔" U1F554 # CLOCK FACE FIVE OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <6> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕕" U1F555 # CLOCK FACE SIX OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <7> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕖" U1F556 # CLOCK FACE SEVEN OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <8> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕗" U1F557 # CLOCK FACE EIGHT OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <9> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕘" U1F558 # CLOCK FACE NINE OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <0> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕙" U1F559 # CLOCK FACE TEN OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <1> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕚" U1F55A # CLOCK FACE ELEVEN OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <2> <colon> <0> <0> <parenright> : "🕛" U1F55B # CLOCK FACE TWELVE OCLOCK
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕜" U1F55C # CLOCK FACE ONE-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <2> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕝" U1F55D # CLOCK FACE TWO-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <3> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕞" U1F55E # CLOCK FACE THREE-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <4> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕟" U1F55F # CLOCK FACE FOUR-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <5> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕠" U1F560 # CLOCK FACE FIVE-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <6> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕡" U1F561 # CLOCK FACE SIX-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <7> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕢" U1F562 # CLOCK FACE SEVEN-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <8> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕣" U1F563 # CLOCK FACE EIGHT-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <9> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕤" U1F564 # CLOCK FACE NINE-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <0> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕥" U1F565 # CLOCK FACE TEN-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <1> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕦" U1F566 # CLOCK FACE ELEVEN-THIRTY
<Multi_key> <parenleft> <1> <2> <colon> <3> <0> <parenright> : "🕧" U1F567 # CLOCK FACE TWELVE-THIRTY
# Real bitcoin symbol now.
<Multi_key> <B> <bar> : "฿" U20BF # BITCOIN SIGN