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😜 Winking Face With Tongue
The winking face with tongue emoji is a smiley with one eye closed and the other open, closed, or outstretched (depending on the emoji source). It has a crazier and more playful appearance than the standard Face With Stuck-Out Tongue smiley, and as a result, its meaning has changed. Instead of being used to make friendly or sarcastic insults, it is more often used to make provocations, boast about accomplishments or have a good time, or simply to express a happy and playful mood.
🫑 Saluting Face
The "Saluting Face"Β emoji looks like a yellow face with wide black eyes and a closed mouth. Greeting motion made with the right hand is visible in the upper portion of the face. The emoji represents a feeling that had never before been depicted and stands for respect, recognition, gratitude, and respect. Emoji can also be used to introduce yourself, show joy in a group, or reassure a conversation partner that everything is fine. It may occasionally be perceived as a sun cover.
πŸ₯΅ Hot Face
The Hot Face emoji shows a red face with sweat droplets and a tongue sticking out. Use the Hot Face emoji to convey that it is too hot inside or outside, that the sun is scorching hot, or that the weather is misery on the streets. To further convey how difficult it is for you to tolerate the heat, you can also add some loudly weeping face. Add a worn-out expression to indicate that the heat has sapped all the vitality from your body. If you unexpectedly find yourself in the Sahara or another desert with cactus and camels, use the pouting face emoji.
πŸ’” Broken Heart
A red or pink heart with a crack in the center is depicted in the Broken Heart emoji. Do you feel love-sick right now? So, now is the appropriate moment to use this emoji. Use it if someone's heart has been crushed by love, a person, or a circumstance. There is another interpretation, one that is less painful and depressing, of course. Even though you can use this emoticon to make a sarcastic joke, remember to emphasize your intonation with a suitable emoji, like Grinning Face With Sweat.
πŸ‘Œ OK Hand
The OK Hand emoji is a representation of a hand motion that is frequently substituted for the word "OK" online and elsewhere. This is in contrast to the so-called Person Gesturing OK emoji, which is never observed in real life. (at least, in this meaning). It resembles a circle formed by the thumb and index finger, with the other digits all pointing upward. Its uses are clear-cut; it is a well-known signifier of acceptance of a proposition, agreement with a claim, or simply expressing complete satisfaction in response to enquiries like "How are you?".
👌🏻 OK Hand: Light Skin Tone
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πŸ™† Person Gesturing Ok
The Person Gesturing OK emoji depicts a person raising both of their hands above their heads to create the letter "O". In this instance, gender is not crucial, but even so, it usually shows as a woman. This emoji never depicts a bodily movement that occurs in reality. It makes sense why the majority of internet users prefer the meanings of pleasure and happiness to OK. (i.e., approval, agreeing, and so on). It frequently indicates whether the user is simply dancing or that they are joyful and confident.
🙆🏻 Person Gesturing Ok: Light Skin Tone
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πŸ™†β€β™‚οΈ Man Gesturing Ok
The Man Gesturing OK icon depicts a man holding his hands in the shape of the letter "O" while raising them above his head. This represents the phrase "Okay" and denotes acceptance, agreement, or a positive attitude. On the internet, this gesture is hardly ever used in this situation because it is not typically used to signify "OK" in real life. Instead, "I'm fine" is frequently substituted for it. The Man Gesturing OK emoji can additionally stand in for excitement, happiness, and even dancing. It can also signify celebration with arms raised and anticipation for an occasion.
🙆🏻‍♂️ Man Gesturing Ok: Light Skin Tone
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🙆🏼‍♂️ Man Gesturing Ok: Medium-Light Skin Tone
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🙆🏽‍♂️ Man Gesturing Ok: Medium Skin Tone
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🙆🏾‍♂️ Man Gesturing Ok: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
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🙆🏿‍♂️ Man Gesturing Ok: Dark Skin Tone
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πŸ™†β€β™€οΈ Woman Gesturing Ok
The Woman Gesturing OK emoji depicts a female character with her hands raised above her head in the shape of the letter "O", which represents for OK. Despite the name, this gesture is not typically used online to indicate OK (i.e., acceptance or agreement), just as it is not typically used in real life either. The only initial "OK" meaning is "I'm fine and happy", so it is frequently used to indicate having fun, being joyful, being proud, or even dancing.
🙆🏻‍♀️ Woman Gesturing Ok: Light Skin Tone
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🙆🏼‍♀️ Woman Gesturing Ok: Medium-Light Skin Tone
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🙆🏽‍♀️ Woman Gesturing Ok: Medium Skin Tone
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🙆🏾‍♀️ Woman Gesturing Ok: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
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🙆🏿‍♀️ Woman Gesturing Ok: Dark Skin Tone
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πŸ‘¨β€πŸ³ Man Cook
The Man Cook emoji depicts a guy who is employed as a chef or skilled cook in a cafe or restaurant. It always sports the recognisable white chef hat and is holding a spoon or frying pan with a cooked egg on it. It may be applied in any situation involving cooking, whether it be expert or casual. For instance, it might be a man portraying himself as a chef, a man who has just cooked something delicious in his own home, or a man who is about to do so. Additionally, when the person messes up a meal, it could be taken to imply something sarcastic.
👨🏻‍🍳 Man Cook: Light Skin Tone
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πŸ‘©β€πŸ³ Woman Cook
The Woman Cook emoji depicts a female character who is decked out as a chef in an eatery, holding a frying pan in her hands and sporting the recognisable white chef hat. It can be used both in its literal sense, i.e. to denote a lady who works as a chef. On the other hand, it may be used in a sarcastic manner to highlight someone's total lack of any culinary talent. However, it is frequently about cooking in general. It may show that the woman has prepared something tasty herself.
👩🏻‍🍳 Woman Cook: Light Skin Tone
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πŸ¦β€β¬› Black Bird
The "Black Bird" emoji can be used to represent a bird, raven, or crow. The emoji can be used as a cultural and mythological symbol in addition to its literal uses. Add this emoji in the context of such tales since the black bird symbol frequently occurs in children's and adult literature, music, movies, and video games. Emojis from the appropriate topic categories should be used in your texts as well. When discussing a tale or cartoon, for example, "People and Body" one.
πŸ₯¬ Leafy Green
A head of romaine salad is depicted in the Leafy Green emoji. Leafy greens are leaf vegetables, to say it simply. These vegetables mimic edible leaves, like lettuce, spinach, and kale. The various leafy vegetables can be combined to create a flavorful and nutritious salad. Additionally, meat and other veggies go very well with the gardens. Send this emoji along with an eggplant or an ear of corn to indicate that you're planning to enjoy a highly nutritious meal.
🍳 Cooking
The most popular cookware item with a fried egg on it is depicted in the Cooking emoji. This item is used for both cooking and warming up meals. The emoji is primarily used to convey its literal meaning and variations, such as cooking, being hungry, intending to eat breakfast, or planning to prepare. Along with other food-related emojis, food writers frequently use it when discussing recipes (especially for breakfast foods).
🍚 Cooked Rice
The Cooked Rice emoji depicts a bowl of white cooked rice in a variety of colors, ranging from white to red, based on the emoji provider. It makes sense that the Rice Ball emoji would be frequently used in relation to Japan and its cuisine given that the way the rice is served in this instance is customary for that country. It also shows up frequently when it refers to other Asian nations like Vietnam.
πŸ₯  Fortune Cookie
A fortune cookieΒ will be given to you after aΒ delicious meal at a Chinese restaurant. It will also inform you of your destiny. Are you going to find love? Will you be a lotto winner? Will you remain fortunate for the entire upcoming week? Encourage your peers to visit a Chinese restaurant by using this emoji. Alternatively, use it to explain the contents of your fortune cookie. Just in case, remember that this pastry resembles a French croissant so you can use this emoji to describe either France or Italy. Just remember to drink hot beverages, like fresh coffee.
πŸͺ Cookie
The classic cookie with chocolate chips that appears as the Cookie emoji. It's no surprise that this symbol is frequently used with the Glass of Milk emoji because many people enjoy eating this dessert with milk. Like all other "sweet" emojis, this one can be used to refer to a loved one, a kid, or a relative in place of their name or a pet name like "sweetie", in addition to its obvious, food-related meaning.
🍽️ Fork And Knife With Plate
Similar to the Fork and Knife emoji, but with an empty dish in between, the Fork and Knife With Plate emoji shows two pieces of cutlery. It comes as no surprise that the image of this set of tableware is most frequently associated with eating and anything connected to it. For instance, it may represent waiting for a meal, food of any kind, visiting a restaurant or cafΓ©, finishing a delectable meal, and other similar things.
🍴 Fork And Knife
The two most common utensils for consuming solid food are depicted in the Fork and Knife emoji. Fork and Knife With Plate is represented by this emoji in a "cut" version without the plate. Naturally, it is employed in all situations involving meals. It might represent the user's hunger or other feelings of fullness, for instance. It might be a representation of cafΓ©s and restaurants, or it might represent a meal's excellent flavor, etc.
πŸ”ͺ Kitchen Knife
The kitchen knife emoji depicts a particular kind of knife that is frequently used for a variety of uses in kitchens around the globe. (though this shape originally comes from Japan, where it is used for slicing meat and fish). Unsurprisingly, cutting is a situation in which it is used. (for example, with bread emoji). However, it might also be mentioned in reference to homicides and acts of self-defense.
🏺 Amphora
The Amphora emoji depicts a rather large vase from ancient Greece that was mainly used for wine storage. It is embellished with the distinctive and recognisable decoration. In terms of meaning, it is used in relation to Greece in specific and global cultural heritage in general (it may even be used in conjunction with the World Map emoji in this sense).
πŸ—Ό Tokyo Tower
The Tokyo Tower emoji depicts a tall skyscraper that once held the record for highest steel structure in the world. Along with the one symbolised by the Japanese Castle emoji, it is located in Japan's capital and has grown to be one of the many internationally known Japanese architectural symbols. It is therefore not strange that it is used in both places, i.e. as a symbol of Tokyo and Japan.
πŸƒ Joker
The Joker playing card is represented by the Joker emoji. The wild card in the pack of cards is this particular playing card. Depending on the activities, it could either be advantageous or disadvantageous. A jester, also known as a clown or other form of trickster, is represented by the joker on the playing card. You might get this emoticon along with the Clown Face emoji if you're the one who cracks jokes. However, if you frequently execute the pranks, you might get this emoji along with an angry face emoji to indicate that your most recent victim was not amused by your prank.
🎀 Microphone
The microphone emoji is a representation of a tool that amplifies anyone's voice. The speech of the user is amplified by it. Would you like to be a music star? Do you want to demonstrate that you are prepared to rock any occasion or the stage? You obviously require the microphone icon. Additionally, it can be used in any context that pertains to speech and singing. Or perhaps you and your pals are just out for a night at the karaoke bar. However, you can use the Musical Note emoji when performing.
πŸ“” Notebook With Decorative Cover
The Notebook With Decorative Cover emoji is a representation of a notebook; despite the name, most versions of the cover have a straightforward one-color design (though in some cases, it is embellished with floral patterns; in any case, the design is always distinct from that on Notebook emoji). Unsurprisingly, notes, schedules, diaries, and other similar documents are where the emoji is most frequently used.
πŸ“• Closed Book
The closed book emoji frequently appears in groups with the Green Book, Blue Book, and Orange Book emojis. To discuss novels that have more than three volumes, you can use emoji sets like these. It might also act as a reminder for those who need to study more for class or work. The Open Book emoji, along with other book-related emojis, may be used in combination to further emphasise your reading status in online messages. When we use the closed book emoji in online interactions, we typically associate it with writing or schoolwork in addition to reading. Although minor features vary, the closed book emoji always appears as a straightforward illustration of a closed red book.
πŸ“– Open Book
The open book emoji depicts a book that has been opened and has black ink text written inside. On some social media sites, there is even a red band in the centre that resembles a bookmark. Because some individuals take a few notes while reading a book, the open book emoji can be used in conjunction with the Pencil or Pen emoji. It may also be a way for you to customise a book that you already own. Everyone should occasionally read, and the emoticon can act as a reminder of this. This is a method to step away from social media, step back, and reevaluate some life decisions; reading a book will undoubtedly aid in reflection.
πŸ“— Green Book
The Green Book emoji depicts a closed, hardcover book with a cover that is various shades of green depending on the version. The only visual variations between it and the Orange Book emoji are the colour and the writing. The latter is "Book", "Green Book" or "Vol. 2" in this instance. The emoji is used in phrases that refer to reading, schooling, and literature of all kinds.
πŸ“˜ Blue Book
The Blue Book emoji depicts a straightforward Closed Book with a blue (as opposed to the Green Book emoji's green) cover that says "Vol.3", "Blue Book" or just "Book," based on the platform. Similar to the other book emojis, this one is most frequently used in the setting of reading books, various types of literature, and education.
πŸ“™ Orange Book
The Orange Book emoji, along with the Blue Book emoji and others, is one of the images used to depict closed Books of various colours. Its cover, which either says "Vol.4" or "(Orange) Book," based on the emoji provider, suggests that it is the fourth book in the series. It is applied to a variety of literary genres and to schooling.
πŸ“š Books
Three or four books of various colours that are either lying nearby or are piled make up the Books emoji. The emoji can be used alone or in combination with other text-related emoji, such as the Page Facing Up emoji, to represent interactions with texts and literature of any kind, including those connected to employment, study, and leisure.
πŸ““ Notebook
The Notebook emoji is a representation of a notebook. Although the form of the notebook varies greatly from one emoji provider to another (it resembles the Notebook With Decorative Cover emoji), its cover is typically black and white. It can be used as a symbol for any handwritten documents, such as notes, schedules, check lists, journals, and sketches.
πŸ“’ Ledger
The Ledger emoji depicts a spiral-bound notebook. You won't understand what a ledger is if you aren't prepared to file your taxes. Your financial transactions are tracked so you can keep track of what you paid and where. If you are able to file your taxes, you would presumably send this emoji along with a Money With Wings emoji to indicate that tax season has returned and you are hoping there are no outstanding debts to the IRS. Instead, a notepad could be interpreted from the way it appears. You'd probably send this emoji and a pen emoji to a classmate if you needed their notes and wanted to ask nicely if you could duplicate them.
πŸ“‘ Bookmark Tabs
The bookmark tabs emoji is a representation of sticky bookmark tabs on one or more sheets of paper, which are entirely distinct from the bookmark emoji. This emoji typically has office-related and academic connotations; in the first, it may refer to paperwork, and in the second, it may denote crucial details on some scientific papers.
πŸ”– Bookmark
The typical paper or cardboard bookmark tab is depicted in the bookmark emoji. The bookmark in this emoji has an elegant ribbon tied at the top. On some platforms, the bookmark has a flower or star pattern, and the Twitter version has a straightforward red bookmark draped over a book. In terms of meanings, it is frequently used in relation to perusing books or making notes.
🧾 Receipt
The Receipt emoji is a picture of a shopping receipt. When you shop, cashiers will offer you a receipt that details the items you purchased, the total amount spent, and any additional change that was made. Receipts aren't just used to keep track of your transactions; they can also be used to return goods that you no longer want. Sending this emoji along with the shopping cart emoji will convey your intention to purchase. This emoji can also be used in conjunction with any object character, such as a T-shirt emoji, to indicate that you will be returning the item and either receiving a refund or exchanging it for an item that works better.
⛓️‍πŸ’₯ Broken Chain
The broken chain emoji, is a symbolic depiction of a severed link in a chain. It features an image of a chain link with a red "no entry" sign or circle with a line through it superimposed over the chain. This emoji is often used to convey the idea of disconnection, interruption, or the breaking of a bond or connection between things or people. It can be employed in various contexts, such as indicating the end of a relationship, a malfunction in a process, or a disruption in communication.
πŸͺ Hook
An illustration of a fishing hook serves as the hook emoji. If you love fishing, you'll probably use this emoticon to invite friends along for a fishing trip. The emoji can also be used to indicate that you are being drawn into a circumstance or to caution someone to steer clear of a problem lest they become entangled and unable to flee. Send it along with the fishing pole emoji to express your desire to go fishing and capture some dinner. Send it along with the Warning emoji to try and prevent an acquaintance from getting drawn into something they should not be a part of.
🚬 Cigarette
The cigarette emoji displays a solitary lit cigarette. There's a rush of grey smoke coming from it. From platform to platform, the cigarette faces in a different way. The illuminated end is facing the right on Google and Facebook. The illuminated end on Apple is facing the left side. This emoticon is frequently used to signify smoking, whether it be tobacco or marijuana. It can be used to describe gatherings that frequently include smoking. This is occasionally used negatively to allude to "bad boys" and other stereotypes.
🚭 No Smoking
A red circle with a diagonal cut over the image of a lit cigarette denotes the no smoking emoji. Others are sensitive to cigarette smoke, while some individuals are sensitive to voice tones. Most likely, you'll see this sign in places that make an effort to be smoke-free for the benefit of the local populace. Use the emoji representing hasty movement as the haze you want to stay away from. When someone sends you the No Smoking emoji, they are cautioning you not to smoke where you are heading. Alternately, they may be passive-aggressively urging you to give up smoking.
✳️ Eight Spoked Asterisk
The asterisk with eight instead of five points is known as the "Eight-Spoked Asterisk" emoji. The * Keycap: symbol or an asterisk can still be substituted for it. But when making lists, this type of asterisk is frequently used in place of bullet points. Sending this emoji along with the Shopping Cart emoji is helpful when you ask your family what they need from the store. If you enjoy making lists, send that well-thought-out list to a friend or loved one using this emoji and a scroll emoji to indicate how long it will be.
πŸ†— OK Button
The word "Ok" enclosed in a rectangle is the OK Button emoji. It is a simpler method to demonstrate that you find something to be appropriate enough to react to. Use this emoji to speed up and streamline your messaging. Combine it with the OK Hand emoji to emphasise how good you believe something is. Or use the thumbs-up emoji to convey that something is still generally acceptable even if it is only adequate.
πŸ‡¨πŸ‡° Flag: Cook Islands
This emoji represents the flag for Cook Islands. On the Windows platform, the emoji will show as the letters CK.
πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡° Flag: Tokelau
This emoji represents the flag for Tokelau. On the Windows platform, the emoji will show as the letters TK.