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πŸ‘§ Girl
The girl emoji is a depiction of a young girl; she is frequently shown wearing a dress or skirt and long hair. The emoji can be used to symbolise a particular girl or woman, or it can be used to represent girls, women, and femininity in general. It can be used to express a range of feelings and ideas, such as love, admiration, support, and solidarity, in text messages, social media posts, and other forms of communication. Emoticons like the smiley face and heart are frequently combined with the girl emoji to produce more elaborate and nuanced emotions.
👧🏻 Girl: Light Skin Tone
Girl with light skin tone
👧🏼 Girl: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Girl with medium-light skin tone
👧🏽 Girl: Medium Skin Tone
Girl with medium skin tone
👧🏾 Girl: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Girl with medium-dark skin tone
👧🏿 Girl: Dark Skin Tone
Girl with dark skin tone
πŸ‘¬ Men Holding Hands
Two guys are shown holding hands in the "men holding hands" emoji. It can be used to signify love, support, or solidarity between two males, as well as to denote whether a relationship is romantic or not. It can also be applied in a broader context to signify a friendship or feeling of camaraderie between two individuals of any gender.
👬🏻 Men Holding Hands: Light Skin Tone
Men Holding Hands with light skin tone
👬🏼 Men Holding Hands: Medium-Light Skin Tone
Men Holding Hands with medium-light skin tone
👬🏽 Men Holding Hands: Medium Skin Tone
Men Holding Hands with medium skin tone
👬🏾 Men Holding Hands: Medium-Dark Skin Tone
Men Holding Hands with medium-dark skin tone
👬🏿 Men Holding Hands: Dark Skin Tone
Men Holding Hands with dark skin tone
🦁 Lion
The Lion Face emoji shows the head of the animal that is regarded as the king of the animals in a cartoon-like fashion. Similar to the animal symbolised by the tiger Face emoji, the lion is a well-known big cat that is renowned for its power and distinctive look with a fluffy mane on its neck. The animal itself, the sports teams for which it serves as a mascot or logo, and, of course, qualities like bravery and power, are all possible meanings for this emoji.
πŸ‚ Ox
The Ox emoji shows the male member of the same type of animal as the Cow emoji. Because the ox does not produce milk, it is used in farming for other tasks like plough work and hefty lifting. Additionally, the emoji "Ox" is never used in an insulting or derogatory manner; instead, it is always used to denote a large, tamed animal.
🐏 Ram
The Ram emoji is a fairly accurate representation of a male of the same species; females are represented by the Ewe emoji. The primary distinction between the sexes is that males have significantly curvier horns. These domesticated farm animals with hooves are raised for their fleece, which is used to make a variety of goods. This emoji can be used to convey both obvious and indirect meanings. In the second instance, it might represent someone who is incredibly stupid and obstinate.
🐐 Goat
The Goat emoji depicts a domesticated hoofed mammal with long horns that is raised primarily for meat and nourishing milk, similar to how the Ewe emoji's subject is raised for wool. This animal, like many others, is linked to certain personality characteristics like stupidity, aggression, and stubbornness. So it makes sense that this emoji, which also has the connotation of a farm mammal, is occasionally used as an insult.
🐍 Snake
Along with the lizard emoji, the snake emoji depicts a long, green crawler that many people find terrifying and is almost certainly deadly. However, the majority of emoji service providers show it as a cartoon figure. (except emojidex, where it looks kind of creepy). In addition to its obvious meaning, this emoji can also stand in for knowledge, cruelty, and meanness, all of which are attributes of this species.
🐟 Fish
An image of a medium-sized fish, which usually inhabits rivers, lakes, and seas, can be found in the Fish emoji. Since this type of fish is consumed, it may also appear to be about cooking, eating, and fishing in addition to environment and marine life. (despite the fact it is still alive). This species, unlike those that are represented by the Tropical Fish emoji, is rarely maintained in an aquarium due to its small size and understated appearance.
πŸ¦‚ Scorpion
The Scorpion emoji, along with the Spider emoji, depicts a venomous, clawed arachnid that typically lives in deserts and terrifies people with arachnophobia more than actual spiders do. Depending on the emoji supplier, it might be cartoonish, approachable, or bulky and remarkably realistic. It can be used to refer to desserts, danger, fear, or aggression in both obvious and indirect ways.
πŸ¦€ Crab
The crab emoji is frequently associated with the ocean, the seashore, seafood, etc. Have a hankering for seafood? Send this icon to let people know you're wanting seafood, along with the lobster and other seafood emojis. However, this symbol can also be used to signify someone who is crabby or grumpy. It really is quite flexible, in fact. It is evident that the Crab emoji has multiple meanings and that how it is used depends on the situation in which it is used. The crab is well-liked even in the realm of video games. The crab gesture is used by Twitch users to identify their channel. A Twitch emoticon called an emote is used to interact with and award channel viewers.
🏺 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).
🏹 Bow And Arrow
The emoji for a bow and arrow displays a weapon being drawn back on the bow before being released. It is comparable to archery, in which participants fire a needle into a target. But it can also stand for affection if you want something a little cuter. The most well-known Bow and Arrow to signify affection for someone else is Cupid's Arrow. To symbolise being hit by Cupid's arrow on Valentine's Day, the emoji can be used in combination with the Direct Hit emoji, the Red Heart emoji, or other heart-shaped emojis.
βš–οΈ Balance Scale
The Lady Justice and the scales of evidence she holds are associated with the Balance Scales emoji. Most likely, you won't see judges or attorneys using emojis to symbolise their conclusions about the evidence. The scales are more frequently used in contemporary texting contexts to convey weighing options rather than proof. Since the advantages and disadvantages balance each other out, it may indicate that you are having trouble making a choice. To better express the up-and-down situation you have found yourself in, use it with or in place of the Confused Face emoji. Alternatively, use the Raised Hand emoji to indicate that you have no clue what is happening.
β™ˆ Aries
The horoscope's Aries sign is symbolised by the Aries emoji. People who are Aries are born between March 21 and April 21. This emoji depicts the astrological sign of Aries as a straight line with two curved lines that resemble horns rising from the top. There is more to the meaning of Aries than just those two curved lines, as they stand in for the sign's animal emblem, the charging ram, which is constantly on the lookout for conflict or a challenge. The feisty nature of Aries men and women certainly comes from this!
♉ Taurus
The zodiac sign of Taurus is symbolised by the taurus emoji. In essence, it looks like a rectangle with a bull glyph inside. Because Taurus is regarded as the docile bull of the zodiac, this is how the Taurus emoticon was created. It is the second of the twelve astrological signs, and the bull star stands in for it. People who are born under the sign of Taurus are referred to as Taureans and are typically represented by the taurus image. Like the bull that is their astrological sign, Taureans are renowned for being reliable, devoted, hardworking, but also stubborn. Use this emoji when posting or resharing astrological material about Taurus if you enjoy studying astrology.
β™Š Gemini
The third astrological sign in the zodiac, Gemini, is represented by the Gemini emoji. It is made up of two brief vertical lines that are joined together by two arcs, one at the top and one at the bottom. The emoji is displayed on a purple backdrop with white writing. It is frequently used to refer to individuals born under the Gemini horoscope and occasionally to discuss astrology in general. One must have been born between May 21 and June 20 to be classified as a Gemini. Nevertheless, given that this is when people commemorate their birthdays, it's not unusual for the use of the Gemini emoji to increase between those months.
β™‹ Cancer
Two straight convex lines with tiny circles on either side are displayed as the cancer emoji. The astrological sign Cancer is symbolised by the horizontal "69" formed by the lines and squares. People born between June 22 and July 22 are referred to as Cancerians in astronomy. Depending on how it is used, the Cancer zodiac symbol sends different signals. This is so because people who were born under the sign of Cancer have both good and bad traits. People who are Cancer-born are intelligent, impulsive, and devoted, but they can also be moody, suspicious, and overly emotional. The simplest way to find the Cancer zodiac sign online is through posts or articles that discuss it, regardless of whether it is used in a pessimistic or more upbeat manner.
β™Œ Leo
The leo emoji displays a purple rectangle with the Leo symbol in the middle. With a small circle on the left edge, this symbol is an inverse-S. Leo, the fifth astrological sign, is frequently mentioned when using this emoji. As a result, Leos frequently use this to let others know what sign they are. They frequently pair this with the cat emoji. Additionally, senders use this to highlight a person's traits that are compatible with Leo signs.
♍ Virgo
The Virgo emoji depicts an m-shape with its right tail end twisted. It symbolises the Virgo celestial sign. People who were born between August 23 and September 22 are said to have this sign. Since Virgos celebrate their birthdays between those dates, be prepared to see the Virgo sign emoji more frequently than normal! The Virgo emoji is frequently used to denote individuals who are Virgos or who have Virgo personality traits. It also frequently appears in discussions about the Virgo zodiac sign. Virgos are renowned for being logical, realistic, and devoted. They are, however, also extreme perfectionists!
β™Ž Libra
The seventh zodiac sign on astrological charts is symbolised by the Libra emoji. The Balance Scale emoji was typically used by horoscope enthusiasts to describe Librans. One of the well-known symbols for the balancing character of Libra is a set of scales. The glyph present in the Libra emoji, however, has a deeper significance when it comes to defining the traits of Librans. The Libra emoji adheres to the same colours used on each app, like most zodiac emojis do. Most frequently, they have a backdrop colour of purple, which is frequently associated with the mystic tone of astrology. The Libra emoji's overall layout is based on the glyph that depicts an equal perspective of the sun setting. You could say it in a dramatic way: Our equality under the sun endures despite any discrimination.
♏ Scorpio
The astrological sign Scorpio is represented by the Scorpio emoji. One of the three primary ocean signs and the eighth zodiac sign is Scorpio. A Scorpio is a person who was born between October 24 and November 22. A white line in the form of the word M makes up this symbol. The M is written in cursive and has a tail that, when it hits the bottom right corner, turns into an arrow. Pisces and Cancer are the other two aquatic signs. The Scorpio emoticon is frequently used in conversations about Scorpio. For instance, to define a Scorpio, to identify an individual born under this sign of the zodiac, or to indicate some of a Scorpio's common character traits.
♐ Sagittarius
The single arrow in the Sagittarius emoji is shown pointing upward to the top right. The centre of the direction is marked with a line. The ninth astrological sign, Sagittarius, is represented by this emblem. As a result, the Sagittarius is frequently referenced using this emoticon. This emoji is also sometimes used to allude to archers or archery. The north-east, which is where the arrow is heading, is another context in which this emoji can be used.
β™‘ Capricorn
A basic glyph enclosed in a box serves as the Capricorn emoji's visual representation. This symbol is a stylised representation of the astrological sign Capricorn. Capricorn's astrological symbolβ€”a representation of a sea goat, a beast with the tail of a fish and the hoof of a goatβ€”is one of the most distinctive of all the signs. According to astrological legends, the sea goat sign originated with the Greek God Pan, a half-man, half-goat who leapt into a river to flee a beast. His lower half changed into a fish's tail.
β™’ Aquarius
Two white zigzag lines in the centre of a purple rectangle make up the Aquarius emoji. The eleventh zodiac sign, Aquarius, is represented by these horizontal, parallel lines. This emoji, like others that feature zodiac sign insignia, is used to denote Aquarius. This is used by senders to denote their own astrological sign or to allude to an Aquarius.
β™“ Pisces
The final Zodiac sign is represented by the emoji Pisces. All people who were born between February 20 and March 20 of every year, areΒ considered to be under this sign. The emoji is used to identify these individuals and their "typical" characteristics, such as creativity and otherworldliness. For instance, it aids those who believe in Zodiac magic in finding their soul mates (though it has little significance for those who do not).
β›Ž Ophiuchus
The uppercase letter "U" with a waved line across it is the Ophiuchus emoji. In reality, this sign denotes a sizable constellation that spans the celestial equator. The Serpens constellation is thought to contain an image of a man holding a serpent. Although it is also referred to as the 13th Zodiac sign, its periods are divided among the other Zodiac signs because it only lasts for about 18 days. If you were born between November 29 and December 17, you can still claim to have been born under this sign. Send this emoji along with a Star emoji and a Snake emoji to symbolise your zodiac sign if you think this symbol should be recognised and you were born under it.