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Do Emojis have hidden meanings?

Do Emojis have hidden meanings?

Emojis are pictograph characters approved and programmed into digital language coding by the Unicode Consortium. While they are programmed with “official” meanings, social use of the images often create “secret” or “hidden” messages.

What are the codes for Emojis?

Emoticons, Smiley Faces with Unicode

Emoticon, Smiley Description HTML Dec Code
😃 Grinning Face With Big Eyes 😃
😄 Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes 😄
😁 Beaming Face With Smiling Eyes 😁
😆 Grinning Squinting Face 😆

What is the name of this emoji 🗿?

🗿 Moai emoji
What does 🗿 Moai emoji mean? The moai emoji depicts a head with elongated ears, nose, and a heavy brow, appearing to be carved out of gray stone. Use of the moai emoji is usually meant to imply strength or determination, and it’s also used frequently in Japanese pop-culture posts.

Do you know the meaning of an emoji?

It can sometimes be difficult to determine the meaning of an emoji. While it might seem simple on the surface, emojis can have different meanings depending on context. To help you out, we’ve collected together the 100 most popular emojis and explained their purpose and intent.

Where can I find a cheat sheet for the emojis app?

FREE DOWNLOAD: This cheat sheet is available as a downloadable PDF from our distribution partner, TradePub. You will have to complete a short form to access it for the first time only. Download The 100 Most Popular Emojis Explained.

Is this the most mysterious emoji of all?

This emoji may be the most mysterious emoji of all. It’s a little man, dressed in a suit… levitating. However. If you’re a ska fan, you may recognize this hovering guy as the rude boy exclamation mark found on records by the band The Specials.

What is the meaning of the “astonished Face” emoji?

The “astonished face” emoji shows teeth, which is how you know they’re gaping in surprise. When you win the radio competition for free festival tickets. Another two emoji meanings that are often confused: This one, “weary face,” and “tired face” (below). The main difference is in the shape of the eyes, but they convey two separate feelings.