Updated: Oct 6, 2019
Do you know the English translation of the emojis you regularly use? Take a look below to learn some new adjectives and nouns and send me your emoji story for Wednesday!
💑Couple in love
😃Grinning face. So, so happy!
🙃Upside down face, meaning slightly silly, maybe sarcastic
😉Winking face, slightly flirtatious. Tone can be playful and affectionate.
😊Genuine happiness and warmth
🙄Face with rolling eyes conveys frustration, annoyance or boredom
🤩Star-struck; expressing amazement, excitement, awe
😳Flushed-face; originally for embarrassment but can mean surprise or disbelief
😔Pensive face. For feelings of sadness, how did things go so wrong?
😌Relieved face. Feelings of calmness, peace, thank goodness!
😬Grimacing face. For when you are nervous, anxious, tense.
😣Persevering face. Things are a struggle at the moment.
💋Kiss mark. More seductive than the kiss emoji.
🤞Crossed fingers. Traditionally used to bring luck.
👋Waving hand. Used in Australia to say ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’.
🤟Love-you gesture. Used in America to say ‘I love you.’
💅Nail-polish. Used to display an air of indifference or not caring.
🙌Raising hands. Let’s celebrate success!