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🙉 - The ''Hear-No-Evil Monkey'' emoji depicts a monkey with hands over its ears. It is a symbol derived from Japanese culture. This character from the "Three Monkeys" originally stands for "hear no evil". The emoji is used to express a reluctance to hear something, such as gossip or bad news.  
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🙉 - The ''Hear-No-Evil Monkey'' emoji depicts a monkey with hands over its ears. It is a symbol derived from Japanese culture. This character from the "Three Monkeys" originally stands for "hear no evil". The emoji is used to express a reluctance to hear something, such as gossip or bad news. See also: ''[[See-No-Evil Monkey Emoji 🙈|See-No-Evil Monkey]]'' and ''[[Speak-No-Evil Monkey Emoji 🙊|Speak-No-Evil Monkey]]''.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:17, 2 May 2021

🙉 - The Hear-No-Evil Monkey emoji depicts a monkey with hands over its ears. It is a symbol derived from Japanese culture. This character from the "Three Monkeys" originally stands for "hear no evil". The emoji is used to express a reluctance to hear something, such as gossip or bad news. See also: See-No-Evil Monkey and Speak-No-Evil Monkey.

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Other Names

  • 🙉 Monkey Covering Ears
  • 🙉 Kikazaru

Other Emoji Information

Name Hear-No-Evil Monkey
Unicode code points
U+1F649
HTML
🙉
CSS
\1F649
Unicode version 6.0 (2010)
Emoji version 1.0 (2015)
Keywords hear-no-evil, monkeys, hear, listen, forbidden, evil, faces, reluctance, gossip, bad, news