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🫱 Rightwards Hand
The rightwards hand emoji is intended to resemble an open hand that is pointing to the right side while also displaying all of its digits. Anytime you want to offer someone a digital handshake, use this emoji. Considering that the hand also appears to be stretching out for something. This emoji can be used in conjunction with the left-handed hand emoji to simulate a hand-holding gesture. You could also use the motion alone and omit the handshake emoji. When giving someone a horizontal high-five, you can also use this emoji. Among intimate friends and family members, this is typical.
🫱🏻 Rightwards Hand: Light Skin Tone
Rightwards Hand with light skin tone
🫱🏼 Rightwards Hand: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Rightwards Hand with medium-light skin tone
🫱🏽 Rightwards Hand: Medium Skin Tone
Rightwards Hand with medium skin tone
🫱🏾 Rightwards Hand: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Rightwards Hand with medium-dark skin tone
🫱🏿 Rightwards Hand: Dark Skin Tone
Rightwards Hand with dark skin tone
🫸 Rightwards Pushing Hand
The "Rightwards Pushing Hand" emoji depicts an arm that is bent at the wrist and extended to the right, pushing something or making the stop sign with an open hand. The Rightwards Pushing Hand emoji can represent refusal, rejection, caution, and restraint. Additionally, it can signify a physical prod, a plea for privacy, or a step towards a greeting. It is advised to combine it with the "Leftwards Pushing Hand" symbol frequently.
🫸🏻 Rightwards Pushing Hand: Light Skin Tone
Rightwards Pushing Hand with light skin tone
🫸🏼 Rightwards Pushing Hand: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Rightwards Pushing Hand with medium-light skin tone
🫸🏽 Rightwards Pushing Hand: Medium Skin Tone
Rightwards Pushing Hand with medium skin tone
🫸🏾 Rightwards Pushing Hand: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Rightwards Pushing Hand with medium-dark skin tone
🫸🏿 Rightwards Pushing Hand: Dark Skin Tone
Rightwards Pushing Hand 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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