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🤲 Palms Up Together
Two hands are clasped together and have their palms facing upward in the Palms Up Together emoji. Although straightforward, this emoji has a variety of uses. One is to signify a book since that motion is used in American Sign Language. Send this emoticon along with a books emoji to clearly convey your meaning. It can also be used to convey a type of prayer, which you can do by using the emoji for a centre of worship. Alternatively, you can share this emoji along with a Money With Wings emoji in the hopes that your friends will believe you can repay the loan.
🤲🏻 Palms Up Together: Light Skin Tone
Palms Up Together with light skin tone
🤲🏼 Palms Up Together: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Palms Up Together with medium-light skin tone
🤲🏽 Palms Up Together: Medium Skin Tone
Palms Up Together with medium skin tone
🤲🏾 Palms Up Together: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Palms Up Together with medium-dark skin tone
🤲🏿 Palms Up Together: Dark Skin Tone
Palms Up Together with dark skin tone
🙏 Folded Hands
The folded hands emoji, also referred to as the pray or high five emoji, shows two hands clasped together in supplication with their palms facing one another and their fingertips in contact. It is frequently used to imply a feeling of supplication, pleading, or helplessness. It can also be used to express appreciation, joy, or approval.
🙏🏻 Folded Hands: Light Skin Tone
Folded Hands with light skin tone
🙏🏼 Folded Hands: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Folded Hands with medium-light skin tone
🙏🏽 Folded Hands: Medium Skin Tone
Folded Hands with medium skin tone
🙏🏾 Folded Hands: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Folded Hands with medium-dark skin tone
🙏🏿 Folded Hands: Dark Skin Tone
Folded Hands with dark skin tone
📿 Prayer Beads
Depending on the emoji provider and the faith it refers to, the Prayer Beads emoji is a picture of a string of beads with a cross or a tassel. (the most common are Christianity or Islam). The versions with the cross are called a rosary, and they pertain to the Christianity theme, so such emoji are often used with other similar ones, like Church emoji, in the context of praying and religion.