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🖐️ Hand With Fingers Splayed
The hand with fingerssplayed emoji is a representation of a human hand that does not display any unusual gestures. It resembles the raised hand emoji, or a palm, with the exception that the digits on this hand are spaced closer together than on the raised hand. Although it can be used in a variety of contexts, "welcome" or "goodbye" are frequently replaced by this phrase in spoken interactions. Additionally, it can be utilised in place of a number, such as "five", to indicate how many guests a person will bring to a celebration hosted by another person.
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🖖 Vulcan Salute
The Vulcan Salute emoji depicts a hand motion that resembles the Raised Hand with the middle and ring fingers spread apart. One of the Star Trek series characters, Mr. Spock, is credited with creating this motion. There, it denoted a formal salutation and a desire for the success of his race. Fans of the series typically use it in place of "hello" or "goodbye" to an acquaintance, with the exact same meaning. However, it is already more than just a gesture reserved for geeks, and people who have never seen Star Trek as well as aficionados use it in this way.
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🤌 Pinched Fingers
A vertical hand with the thumb and fingers held together in a pinching action is the Pinched Fingers emoji. The Italian�hand gesture "ma che vuoi", which loosely translates to "what do you want", is referenced in this motion. As a result, you can use this emoji to indicate that you are requesting someone for something or that you desire something from them. To request the money you are due, send it along with a Money Bag emoji. To find out what someone needs, send it to them with the question mark emoji.
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🤞 Crossed Fingers
A hand gesture used frequently to send someone luck is the Crossed Fingers emoji. And this emoji is used in exactly the same ways that its basic gesture is used in real life. For instance, it may be used in response to requests to wish the user luck or to send their good wishes to someone else. It is frequently used in conjunction with smileys that have a friendly appearance, such as the Winking Face emoji. When toddlers promise something they are not going to do, they often do so with their hands behind their backs. This meaning of the gesture is relatively uncommon when used online.
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🫰 Hand With Index Finger And Thumb Crossed
The hand with the thumb and index finger crossed emoji has two digits stacked on top of one another. This actually takes the appearance of a tiny heart. Anyone who wants to convey love and admiration in a sweet and subtle manner can use this emoji. If someone ever does you a tiny favour or even compliments you, you can use this emoji to show your appreciation. This emoji will undoubtedly be on your list of commonly used symbols if you are a K-pop or Korean drama enthusiast. South Korea is where this emoticon first appeared, specifically in well-known K-dramas and TV programmes. It's a way to be cute and show affection at the same time.
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🤘 Sign Of The Horns
The hand motion of the index and little fingers pointing up is the Sign of the Horns emoji. Despite having a variety of meanings, it has long been known as a symbol of everyone who enjoys heavy metal, hard rock, and music of a similar nature. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that this emoji is frequently used in situations relating to music, music concerts, wild parties, subcultures, etc. In addition, it is frequently used in conjunction with smileys like the Grinning Face emoji to indicate that the user is having a good time at a party, performance, or elsewhere.
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👈 Backhand Index Pointing Left
The image of a human hand with its index finger pointed straight to the left is represented by the backhand index pointing left emoji. It resembles the Backhand Index Pointing Right character in every way. It is mostly used to draw notice and has no particular meaning. For instance, it might be used next to a link to indicate that clicking it is required or to emphasise the extreme importance of a particular section of the message or article. It may also, though rarely, be used to denote position or direction in place of the words "left" or "to the left".
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👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right
The Backhand Index Pointing Left character is the polar opposite of the Backhand Index Pointing Right emoji. It resembles the other one almost exactly, but it faces right rather than left. This hand motion is usually used to draw attention to something significant but has no particular meaning. It might be used, for example, at the beginning of a communication or statement that needs to be heard by everyone. Alternatively, it could just say "to the right" to show the direction. In general, this emoji is frequently used to draw attention to something important and emphasise it.
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👆 Backhand Index Pointing Up
The right hand with the index finger pointing up is depicted in the backhand index pointing up emoji. It can be used in a variety of contexts, such as to draw attention to a remark by underlining it, to emphasise a fact, or to issue a serious warning. Another common use of this emoji is to indicate that the user is turning up the night, or heading to the party, by using it in place of the word "up".
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🖕 Middle Finger
The "middle finger" emoji displays the raised middle finger on the top of the standard yellow hand. The significance of this emoji is the same as the gesture itself. Instead of using foul language or profanity, people share this. This frequently refers to someone else, which may start or escalate a dispute. However, this can also be used among peers in a lighthearted and harmless way.
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👇 Backhand Index Pointing Down
The Backhand Index Pointing Down emoji is the mirror copy of the index Pointing Up emoji and points in the opposite way, that is, downwards. This pointing emoji, like all the others, is frequently used to signal where to pay attention. For instance, it may be used directly above the link or video that should be watched to learn something crucial. Additionally, it might actually indicate direction; in this case, it might be used to illustrate a point about the neighbours in the apartment below.
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☝️ Index Pointing Up
The Index Pointing Up emoji, which is the opposite of the Backhand Index Pointing Down emoji, depicts the index finger pointing upward. It is primarily employed as a means of emphasising a remark; it can signify both the speaker's conviction in what they are saying as well as the fact that they are saying something important and accurate. Less frequently, it could mean "to go up" or another way. It could also mean "you are the one" or another symbol of superiority and individuality.
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