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With the emote as you define it in your question (as opposed to an emoji or smiley, which is a different form of emoting), and in a gaming context you will encounter that word directly borrowed from English, either as emote or sometimes émote. Because it's a non-standard word, the gender of emote will be up to the speaker. I would lean towards une emote (...


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L'Office québecois de la langue française suggère « émotion animée » et « émote ».


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