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== Other Names ==
 
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* đŸ‘č Ogre
 
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* đŸ‘č Mask Face
 
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* đŸ‘č Oni
 
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* đŸ‘č Red Monster
 
  
 
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* [[Tanabata Tree Emoji 🎋|🎋 Tanabata Tree]]
 
* [[Tanabata Tree Emoji 🎋|🎋 Tanabata Tree]]
 
* [[Flag for Japan Emoji đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”|đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡” Flag: Japan]]
 
* [[Flag for Japan Emoji đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”|đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡” Flag: Japan]]
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== Other Names ==
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* đŸ‘č Ogre
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* đŸ‘č Mask Face
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* đŸ‘č Oni
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* đŸ‘č Red Monster
  
 
{{infoemoji|Japanese Ogre|U+1F479|128121|\1F479|6.0 (2010)|1.0 (2015)|fairy tale, monster, fantasy, creature, ogre, ghost, evil spirits}}
 
{{infoemoji|Japanese Ogre|U+1F479|128121|\1F479|6.0 (2010)|1.0 (2015)|fairy tale, monster, fantasy, creature, ogre, ghost, evil spirits}}

Revision as of 09:38, 22 April 2021

đŸ‘č - The Japanese Ogre emoji has a beast-like face with horns. It's derived from the Japanese ogre "Namahage," and represents figurative ghosts and supernatural phenomenon. People in Japan often dress as this ogre on New Years. The ogre pretends to be a ghost and scares children or drives away evil spirits.

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Other Names

  • đŸ‘č Ogre
  • đŸ‘č Mask Face
  • đŸ‘č Oni
  • đŸ‘č Red Monster

Other Emoji Information

Name Japanese Ogre
Unicode code points
U+1F479
HTML
👹
CSS
\1F479
Unicode version 6.0 (2010)
Emoji version 1.0 (2015)
Keywords fairy tale, monster, fantasy, creature, ogre, ghost, evil spirits