Difference between revisions of "Japanese Ogre Emoji đŸ‘č"

From Emoji Copy
(Created page with "Japanese Ogre Emoji đŸ‘č {{copyemoji|đŸ‘č}} Category:Smileys & Emotion")
 
 
(9 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
−
Japanese Ogre Emoji đŸ‘č
+
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.
  
 
{{copyemoji|đŸ‘č}}
 
{{copyemoji|đŸ‘č}}
 +
 +
== Related Emoji ==
 +
* [[Angry Face with Horns Emoji 👿|👿 Angry Face with Horns]]
 +
* [[Smiling Face with Horns Emoji 😈|😈 Smiling Face with Horns]]
 +
* [[Pouting Face Emoji 😡|😡 Pouting Face]]
 +
* [[Izakaya Lantern Emoji 🏼|🏼 Red Paper Lantern]]
 +
* [[Japanese Dolls Emoji 🎎|🎎 Japanese Dolls]]
 +
* [[Japanese Goblin Emoji đŸ‘ș|đŸ‘ș Goblin]]
 +
* [[Supervillain Emoji đŸŠč|đŸŠč Supervillain]]
 +
* [[Alien Monster Emoji đŸ‘Ÿ|đŸ‘Ÿ Alien Monster]]
 +
* [[Carp Streamer Emoji 🎏|🎏 Carp Streamer]]
 +
* [[Dragon Face Emoji đŸČ|đŸČ Dragon Face]]
 +
* [[Skull Emoji 💀|💀 Skull]]
 +
* [[Skull and Crossbones Emoji ☠|☠ Skull and Crossbones]]
 +
* [[Ghost Emoji đŸ‘»|đŸ‘» Ghost]]
 +
* [[Moon Viewing Ceremony Emoji 🎑|🎑 Moon Viewing Ceremony]]
 +
* [[Pine Decoration Emoji 🎍|🎍 Pine Decoration]]
 +
* [[Silhouette of Japan Emoji đŸ—Ÿ|đŸ—Ÿ Map of Japan]]
 +
* [[Tanabata Tree Emoji 🎋|🎋 Tanabata Tree]]
 +
* [[Flag for Japan Emoji đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”|đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡” Flag: Japan]]
 +
 +
== Other Names ==
 +
* đŸ‘č Ogre
 +
* đŸ‘č Mask Face
 +
* đŸ‘č Oni
 +
* đŸ‘č Red Monster
 +
 +
{{infoemoji|Japanese Ogre|U+1F479|128121|\1F479|6.0 (2010)|1.0 (2015)|fairy tales, monsters, fantasy, creature, ogre, ghost, evil, spirits, faces}}
  
 
[[Category:Smileys & Emotion]]
 
[[Category:Smileys & Emotion]]
 +
[[Category:Unicode version 6.0]]
 +
[[Category:Emoji version 1.0]]

Latest revision as of 06:40, 2 May 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.

Tap to copy đŸ‘č
copied

Related Emoji

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 tales, monsters, fantasy, creature, ogre, ghost, evil, spirits, faces