Devil Emoji 😈

Do you want to know what the Devil Emoji 😈 means? or probably want to know how to type This 😈 emoji? Before we dive in, its official Unicode name is the “Smiling Face with Horn’s emoji: and it’s used to convey mischief or naughtiness in text.

The devil emoji depicts a smiling face with horns. The emoji is usually purple with devil horns, eyebrows and eye scrunched downwards with a wide grin in almost same manner as the angry face on many platforms.

On google, the design is red while Facebook’s has green eyes and black horns. The devil emoji is mostly used to convey naughtiness, mischief, excellence or excitement. Similarly, the emoji can connote devil or devilsh behavior. The devil emoji first appeared in 2010 following its approval as part of Unicode 6.0. Subsequently, it was added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015 and now widely known as Devil Emoji.

What Does Devil Emoji 😈 Means (Meaning)

The devil emoji, also called happy devil is the smiling face of a violet colored devil with horns. The emoji can be used to connote someone’s strength, coolness, crimes or even badass crimes. The devil emoji can also be used as a mere desire to do some mischievous acts and being happy about an enemy’s failure.

The devil emoji also depicts someone’s cruel intentions as well as a symbol that a person wants to be associated with evil (sometimes jokingly).

Also Known As

This emoji can be referred to as or sometimes called:

Devil Horns emoji

Happy Devil emoji

Red Devil emoji
smiling face with horns emoji

How to type Devil Emoji (Copy and Paste)

Whenever You wants to use Devil Emoji in Text all you need to do is simply copy this to your clipboard and paste it in the particular context you want to use it in or better still, click on the button below to copy & Paste

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Emoji Variant: Gender & Skin Tones

😈 This emoji has no variant.

History table

Unicode number U+1F608
HTML-code &#128520
CSS-code \1F608
Unicode version 6.0 (2010)
Emoji version 1.0 (2015)