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ā˜® Emoji Meaning

This emoji represents the peace symbol and is often used to symbolize peace, harmony or the desire to resolve conflict.

ā˜® Meaning and explanation


The emoji ā˜® represents the peace symbol, which looks like a circle with a vertical slash through it and two other slashes from the center of the bottom.


The peace emoji is often used to symbolize peace, harmony, unity and understanding. It can also be used in conversations about anti-war movements, activism, or generally as a symbol of positive energy and love.


The peace symbol emoji ā˜®ļø was introduced as part of Unicode 1.1 in 1993 and later added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

The symbol itself has historical significance and was first used in the 1950s as part of the British anti-nuclear weapons movement. It was designed by Gerald Holtom and is now known around the world as a symbol of peace.

How to use

This emoji can be used in a variety of contexts. Here are a few examples:

"Let's live in peace. ā˜®ļø"
"More love, less war. ā˜®ļø"
"Peace for all. ā˜®ļø"


āœŒļø: This emoji shows a hand gesture that is often interpreted as a "peace sign" or "victory sign". It shares a similar peaceful meaning with the peace sign emoji.
šŸ¤: This emoji shows two hands shaking and is often used to represent unity, cooperation, or reconciliation, which has a similar connotation to the peace symbol.
ā¤ļø: The heart emoji is often used to express love and affection, which is somewhat related to the concept of peace.

Compared to these emoji, the peace symbol emoji ā˜®ļø has a more specific meaning and is strongly associated with anti-war movements and peace activism. It is a powerful symbol of peace and harmony.

ā˜® Other names

The emoji is also known by the following names.

  • ā˜® Peace Sign

Popular name:

ā˜® Peace Sign

ā˜® Emotional Classification

First, we take a look at the basic emotion, the core of the emoji's nature. Then we will look at the secondary emotions that the emoji can evoke in us.

Basic Emotions
  • Joy
  • Love
Secondary Emotions
  • hopeful
  • glad
  • affectionate

ā˜® Examples and how to use

In this section, we examine the emotional impact of emojis. We will use examples to show how emojis can evoke different emotions in the reader depending on the context.


Basic emotion example

I hope for peace in the world. ā˜®šŸŒ

Associated feelings
  • optimistic
  • trusting
  • hopeful

Basic emotion example

It is time to seek peace. ā˜®ā°

Associated feelings
  • concerned
  • thoughtful
  • hopeful

Basic emotion example

Let us find a way to resolve our differences. ā˜®

Associated feelings
  • optimistic
  • accepting
  • trusting
ā˜® General Information
Unicode-NamePeace Symbol
Apple-NamePeace Symbol
Category Symbols



:peace_symbol:, :peace:

Keywordspeace movement, peace symbol, peace sign
Unicode-Version Unicode 1.1
Emoji-Version Emoji 1.0