Unsupported titles/Space

U+0020,  
SPACE
(Abbreviation: SP)
[unassigned: U+0000–U+001F]
Basic Latin !
[U+0021]
  U+00A0,  
NO-BREAK SPACE
(Abbreviation: NBSP)
[unassigned: U+007F–U+009F]
~
[U+007E]
Latin-1 Supplement ¡
[U+00A1]
  U+3000,  
IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE
[unassigned: U+2FFC–U+2FFF]

[U+2FFB]
CJK Symbols and Punctuation
[U+3001]

TranslingualEdit

 
總統 蔣公陵寢

Punctuation markEdit

] [

  1. Marks a separation between words written in various scripts, including Latin and Greek.
  2. (East Asia) The ideographic (fullwidth) space ( ) is placed before a name to indicate respect.
    你是 神的兒子 [Chinese]
  3. (East Asia) Used as a delimiter to separate the family name from the given name.
    司馬 遷 [Chinese]
    永 六輔 [Japanese]

Usage notesEdit

In English, this is called space.

SynonymsEdit

  • (a visual representation of the space)

Further readingEdit


EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the vaporwave subculture which uses full-width lettering to write words. This style produces what appears to be spaces between each letter, leading to vaporwave-related terms being spelled with spaces between each letter to replicate this style (for example, the spacing in "vaporwave", in full-width, is replicated using spaces as "v a p o r w a v e").[1]

PunctuationEdit

 

  1. (Internet slang, vaporwave) Used to space out letters in words relating to vaporwave.
  2. (Internet slang, by dilution) Used to emphasize words in situations where markdown is unavailable.
    This idea is a m a z i n g.

Related punctuationEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ “Aesthetic”, in Know Your Meme[1], 2015

ChineseEdit

EtymologyEdit

The Internet slang is possibly from Japanese.

Punctuation markEdit

] [

  1. (Internet slang) Used to emphasize words in situations where markdown is unavailable.
    /   ―  kāi mù léi jī  ―  S t a r t i n g o f f w i t h a b a n g

JapaneseEdit

Punctuation markEdit

] [

  1. (Internet slang) This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.
    (Can we add an example for this sense?)