The Most Searched Emojis and What They Really Mean!๐Ÿฆ„Copy/Paste These Popular Free Emojis

The Most Searched Emojis and What They Really Mean!๐Ÿฆ„Copy/Paste These Popular Free Emojis

Emojis have become a significant part of digital communication, often used to express emotion, indicate reactions, or symbolize objects or ideas. Theyโ€™ve become so popular that the Unicode Consortium, the organization that maintains the list of officially recognized emojis, updates its list each year.

Here are some of the most popular emojis, based on usage across various social media and digital communication platforms:

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  1. Face with Tears of Joy (๐Ÿ˜‚): This emoji is often used to express laughter so intense that it makes you cry, usually shared in response to a funny meme or a hilarious joke. It was named the Oxford Dictionariesโ€™ Word of the Year in 2015.
  2. Red Heart (โค๏ธ): This is one of the most universally recognized emojis, and itโ€™s used to express love, affection, passion, or other positive feelings or emotions.
  3. Rolling on the Floor Laughing (๐Ÿคฃ): Similar to โ€œFace with Tears of Joy,โ€ this one is used to express more intense laughter, often used when something is extremely funny.
  4. Smiling Face with Heart-Eyes (๐Ÿ˜): This emoji is commonly used to show love, admiration, or gratitude.
  5. Thumbs Up (๐Ÿ‘): A universal symbol for approval or agreement. The thumbs-up emoji is often used to convey approval, encouragement, or to simply say โ€˜yesโ€™. It can also be a way to end a conversion, like โ€œIโ€™m done with thisโ€ to stop responses.
  6. Thumbs Down (๐Ÿ‘Ž): The thumbs down emoji is often used to show disapproval, rejection, or disagreement.
  7. Loudly Crying Face (๐Ÿ˜ญ): Despite its name, this emoji is often used to show tears of joy or intense laughter, but it can also indicate sadness or disappointment.
  8. Thinking Face (๐Ÿค”): This emoji is used to indicate thinking or deep consideration. Itโ€™s commonly used in conversations where one is unsure, skeptical, or pondering.
  9. Fire (๐Ÿ”ฅ): The fire emoji can be used to express that something is hot, trendy, exciting, or โ€œon fire.โ€ It can also denote appreciation for an eye-catching photo.
  10. Clapping Hands (๐Ÿ‘): Often used to show applause or praise.
  11. Face Blowing a Kiss (๐Ÿ˜˜): This is a common way of sending a digital kiss or to show affection.
  12. Prayer or Folded Hands (๐Ÿ™): Also known as the prayer or high five emoji, it is used to express gratitude, to say โ€˜pleaseโ€™ or โ€˜thank youโ€™, or to express a religious sentiment. It can also be used to represent a high five.
  13. Poo (๐Ÿ’ฉ): This emoji can be used to express frustration, disdain, or when something is not going well. Also, often used in a humorous or lighthearted way. Often used for comedic effect, it can denote anything from actual poop to a crappy situation.
  14. Winking Face (๐Ÿ˜‰): This emoji can convey flirtation or suggest that the sender is joking or not completely serious about something theyโ€™ve said. A cheeky emoji, often used to indicate a playful message. Also can be used to flirt or to hint at a hidden meaning.
  15. Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes (๐Ÿ˜Š): This is a genuinely warm and friendly smile, often used to express joy, happiness, or friendly intentions.
  16. Face Screaming in Fear (๐Ÿ˜ฑ): Itโ€™s typically used to express extreme surprise, horror, or fear. Itโ€™s popularly known as the โ€œHome Aloneโ€ emoji because of its similarity to Macaulay Culkinโ€™s iconic scream from the movie.
  17. Sweat Droplets (๐Ÿ’ฆ): While it is commonly used to represent sweat, it is often used to depict any form of water, from rain to splashes.
  18. OK Hand (๐Ÿ‘Œ): This emoji often signifies approval, acceptance, or acknowledgement. It can also be used to represent the number zero due to its circular shape.
  19. Person Shrugging (๐Ÿคท): This emoji is typically used when someone doesnโ€™t know the answer to a question, or to express indifference.
  20. Eyes (๐Ÿ‘€): Often used to say โ€œIโ€™m watching youโ€ or โ€œI saw that!โ€ Itโ€™s also popularly used when talking about something being revealed or seen for the first time.
  21. Fist Bump (๐Ÿ‘Š): This emoji signifies a friendly fist bump or a symbol of solidarity or agreement.
  22. Facepalm (๐Ÿคฆ): Used to express frustration or embarrassment, this emoji represents the physical act of slapping your forehead with your hand in disbelief or exasperation.
  23. Skull (๐Ÿ’€): This emoji is often used to express extreme laughter, as in โ€œIโ€™m laughing so hard, Iโ€™m dead,โ€ or โ€œIโ€™m dying of laughter.โ€
  24. Flexed Biceps (๐Ÿ’ช): Typically used to represent physical strength, this emoji can also signify mental or emotional power and determination.
  25. Pouting Face (๐Ÿ˜ก): Expresses anger or tantrum, it can also be used in a playful manner, where the anger is not serious.
  26. Face Savoring Food (๐Ÿ˜‹): Used to express the joy of delicious food, often used in posts involving cooking or eating.
  27. Two Hearts (๐Ÿ’•): This emoji symbolizes love, affection, or attraction. It is often used to show affection for people or enthusiasm for things.
  28. Clapping Hands (๐Ÿ‘): This is often used to express praise or congratulations towards someoneโ€™s achievements. It can also denote appreciation or encouragement.
  29. Face with Rolling Eyes (๐Ÿ™„): This emoji is perfect for expressing frustration, disbelief, moderate disdain, disapproval, exasperation, or boredom; often used in response to an uninteresting comment or excessive messaging. Itโ€™s the digital equivalent of an eye-roll.
  30. Slightly Smiling Face (๐Ÿ™‚): A subtle smile that can be used in many contexts. It might indicate happiness, approval, or sarcasm.
  31. Face with Monocle (๐Ÿง): This emoji can express skepticism, suspicion, or intrigue. Itโ€™s often used when someone is pondering or examining something in detail.
  32. Hundred Points (๐Ÿ’ฏ): Used to express approval, agreement, or that something is perfect or excellent. In some contexts, it may also symbolize giving or scoring a perfect hundred.
  33. Smiling Face with Hearts (๐Ÿฅฐ): This adoring emoji is often used when expressing love or gratitude, and can be used towards people, animals, food, hobbies, and more.
  34. Party Popper (๐ŸŽ‰): Symbolizes celebration and is often used in the context of birthdays, New Yearโ€™s Eve, or celebrating success and achievements.
  35. Star-Struck (๐Ÿคฉ): This emoji represents awe, admiration, or being star struck. Itโ€™s often used when expressing excitement about something spectacular.
  36. Grinning Face with Sweat (๐Ÿ˜…): This emoji is typically used to signify relief or to communicate โ€œphew!โ€. It can also be used to depict awkward or embarrassing situations or nervousness.
  37. Pleading Face (๐Ÿฅบ): This emoji expresses wide-eyed innocence, as if begging or pleading for something. Also used when feeling touched, grateful, or moved.
  38. Face with Hand Over Mouth (๐Ÿคญ): Often used to express shock or surprise. It can also indicate that someone is trying to keep quiet or has said something they regret.
  39. Face Screaming in Fear (๐Ÿ˜ฑ): An emoji that represents shock, terror, or disbelief. Often used in response to unexpected or startling news.
  40. Face Savoring Food (๐Ÿ˜‹): This emoji is typically used when someone is really enjoying what theyโ€™re eating. Can also be used to indicate that something is particularly delicious or tasty.
  41. Zany Face (๐Ÿคช): This face is used to show goofiness or giddiness. Also can be used to suggest excitement or an over-the-top reaction.
  42. Party Face (๐Ÿฅณ): An emoji to express celebration, excitement, or party vibes. Often used to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or any celebratory event.
  43. Upside-Down Face (๐Ÿ™ƒ): This emoji symbolizes silliness, sarcasm, or irony. Itโ€™s often used to convey a sense of fun, jest, or in situations where things are going topsy-turvy.
  44. Money-Mouth Face (๐Ÿค‘): This emoji represents being rich, and itโ€™s often used in conversations about money, wealth, or a desire to be wealthy.
  45. Zipper-Mouth Face (๐Ÿค): This emoji is often used to tell someone to โ€œzip it,โ€ or to shut up. It can also indicate that the user wonโ€™t share a secret that they know.
  46. Nerd Face (๐Ÿค“): An emoji that represents a nerd, itโ€™s often used when talking about reading, studying, academics, or feeling smart or geeky about something.
  47. Expressionless Face (๐Ÿ˜‘): This emoji is used to show annoyance or frustration at a situation or a person, and can also show a lack of patience.
  48. Relieved Face (๐Ÿ˜Œ): This emoji can be used to show relief, relaxation, or acceptance. Itโ€™s often used when someone feels relaxed or at peace following a period of nervousness or discomfort.
  49. Anguished Face (๐Ÿ˜ง): This emoji is often used to express shock, horror, or disbelief. Itโ€™s often used when someone receives bad news or when something unexpectedly goes wrong.
  50. Sleepy Face (๐Ÿ˜ช): A perfect emoji to show tiredness or being sleepy. Itโ€™s often used to suggest someone is about to fall asleep, or they already feel like they need a nap.
  51. Pensive Face (๐Ÿ˜”): This emoji represents a mix of thoughtfulness and melancholy. Itโ€™s often used when someone is feeling sad, regretful, or when theyโ€™re thinking seriously about something.
  52. Dizzy Face (๐Ÿ˜ต): This emoji is often used to express feeling overwhelmed, shocked, or dazed. Itโ€™s often used in digital conversations after hearing surprising or startling news.
  53. Hugging Face (๐Ÿค—): An emoji that signifies a warm, friendly hug. Itโ€™s often used to show affection and warmth towards the recipient or when someone is excited or very pleased about something.
  54. Smiling Face with Sunglasses (๐Ÿ˜Ž): This emoji signifies coolness, confidence, or an easy-going attitude. It is often used in contexts related to sunny weather, feeling cool, or being at ease.
  55. Flushed Face (๐Ÿ˜ณ): This emoji is used to show feelings of embarrassment, surprise, or mild shame. Itโ€™s often used when someone makes a mistake, or when theyโ€™re caught off guard by something unexpected.
  56. Confounded Face (๐Ÿ˜–): This emoji shows a face with scrunched X-shaped eyes and a crumpled mouth. Itโ€™s often used to express frustration or sadness that things didnโ€™t go as planned.
  57. Face with Medical Mask (๐Ÿ˜ท): An emoji thatโ€™s been widely used during the COVID-19 pandemic. It shows a face wearing a surgical mask and is often used to signify illness, hospitals, doctors, or being in a pandemic.
  58. Face with Raised Eyebrow (๐Ÿคจ): This emoji usually denotes skepticism, disapproval, or disbelief. Itโ€™s often used when someone has said or done something questionable, dubious, or unbelievable.
  59. Nauseated Face (๐Ÿคข): This emoji is used to represent physical sickness or general disgust. Itโ€™s often used when something is so unpleasant it makes you feel sick.
  60. Smiling Face with Halo (๐Ÿ˜‡): Often used to denote innocence, good deeds, or to show that someone has been particularly virtuous, helpful, or kind.

How to use emojis

You can actually put emojis on your amazon page, Iโ€™ve tried that and itโ€™s a little cheesy but I leave them in my author profile; and of course theyโ€™re great for social media or Facebook ads, or for email headings that stand out! I you need more, hereโ€™s a list of 1000+ unicode symbols.