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Raised Fist
One of the hand motion emojis that resembles a raised fist pointing upward is the Raised Fist emoji. This motion is used online in the same ways that it is used in real life: to express opposition to something or someone. It is frequently followed by an emotive smiley that more clearly conveys the attitude, like the pouting face emoji for protest. When it indicates support, it's also frequently followed by smileys with amiable or impartial appearances. Last but not least, it can occasionally be used to emphasise a point.
✊🏻 Raised Fist: Light Skin Tone
Raised Fist with light skin tone
✊🏼 Raised Fist: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Raised Fist with medium-light skin tone
✊🏽 Raised Fist: Medium Skin Tone
Raised Fist with medium skin tone
✊🏾 Raised Fist: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Raised Fist with medium-dark skin tone
✊🏿 Raised Fist: Dark Skin Tone
Raised Fist with dark skin tone
👊 Oncoming Fist
One of the most well-known hand emojis is the oncoming fist, which is used in much the same way as a favourite friendly gesture in real life, such as to greet a friend instead of saying "hello", to say goodbye, to congratulate them on a job well done, to celebrate a win, and other similar things. Rarely, it may be used in the context of conflict and hatred, but mainly by individuals from nations where the fist gesture is not well-known.
👊🏻 Oncoming Fist: Light Skin Tone
Oncoming Fist with light skin tone
👊🏼 Oncoming Fist: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Oncoming Fist with medium-light skin tone
👊🏽 Oncoming Fist: Medium Skin Tone
Oncoming Fist with medium skin tone
👊🏾 Oncoming Fist: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Oncoming Fist with medium-dark skin tone
👊🏿 Oncoming Fist: Dark Skin Tone
Oncoming Fist with dark skin tone
🤛 Left-facing Fist
The image of a hand pointing left is the Left-Facing fist emoji. The right-facing fist emoji is frequently used in conjunction with it to create the full fist bump gesture, which is frequently used by young people and sports like baseball and hockey players. These two emojis represent friendship, unity, respect, and support just like the basic hand gesture in real life; many young people occasionally use them in place of "hi" or "bye" to a friend. Additionally, it might represent a strike when combined with a smiley.
🤛🏻 Left-facing Fist: Light Skin Tone
Left-facing Fist with light skin tone
🤛🏼 Left-facing Fist: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Left-facing Fist with medium-light skin tone
🤛🏽 Left-facing Fist: Medium Skin Tone
Left-facing Fist with medium skin tone
🤛🏾 Left-facing Fist: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Left-facing Fist with medium-dark skin tone
🤛🏿 Left-facing Fist: Dark Skin Tone
Left-facing Fist with dark skin tone
🤜 Right-facing Fist
The Right-Facing Fist emoji resembles a hand formed into a fist that is pointing to the right and is the mirror image of the Left-Facing Fist emoji. The right-facing emoji is frequently used first, followed by the left-facing one, creating a fist bump gesture that many young people use to show regard for one another. Additionally, it can be used as the start of a friendly greeting or as an invitation to perform a fist bump for any other reason; in this case, the recipient can choose to respond with the Left-Facing Fist.
🤜🏻 Right-facing Fist: Light Skin Tone
Right-facing Fist with light skin tone
🤜🏼 Right-facing Fist: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Right-facing Fist with medium-light skin tone
🤜🏽 Right-facing Fist: Medium Skin Tone
Right-facing Fist with medium skin tone
🤜🏾 Right-facing Fist: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Right-facing Fist with medium-dark skin tone
🤜🏿 Right-facing Fist: Dark Skin Tone
Right-facing Fist with dark skin tone


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