What is skull emoji?

Emoji πŸ’€
Name Skull
Unicode U+1F480
Meaning The πŸ’€ skull emoji generally represents death, danger, or something that is scary or creepy. It can also be used to symbolize a dead person or a skeleton. Depending on the context, it can be used to indicate warning, horror, or humor. For example, it may be used in Halloween-themed messages or to indicate a deadly situation. Overall, the skull emoji is a versatile and commonly used emoji that can convey a variety of meanings depending on the context.
Features A white skull with no lower jaw and two bones crossed behind it.
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What situaitions use it?
  • Halloween or other spooky occasions.
  • To represent death or danger in literature, movies, or other media.
  • To express feeling ill or near death.
  • To represent a negative situation or outcome.
  • To show a love of skulls or interest in gothic culture.
  • The symbol may be disturbing or offensive to some people, particularly those who have recently experienced loss or trauma.
  • It's important to use the symbol thoughtfully and appropriately, as it can convey a strong message and may be misinterpreted if used carelessly.
  • The shape of the emoji may look different depending on the platform or device.
History The πŸ’€ Skull Emoji was added as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010.
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