Peace Emoji ☮️

Do you want to know what the peace emoji means? Or probably want to know how to type this ☮️ emoji? Before we dive in, its official Unicode name is the “peace symbol” and it’s used to convey good and inoffensive intentions.

The peace emoji is represented as a blend of the semaphore signs N and D, which are the first letters in the nuclear disarmament statement. This symbol was made for the British movement, which was for nuclear disarmament. As at the end of the 1960s, the peace emoji became a global symbol of the opponents of the war.

Since the peace emoji was adopted, a lot of people began to add it to their texts if they are talking about finding peace or as a jocular way of saying goodbye/see you later. It was approved as part of Unicode 1.1 in 1993 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

What Does Peace Emoji Means (Meaning)

In the simplest forms, the peace emoji means peace, opposition to war, “let’s all be friends”, or nuclear disarmament. It’s usually used when someone wants to express kindness, politeness, or hope in a message. It can also be used to show that you don’t wish someone harm.

It’s an emoji that has a connotation of peace, kindness, and opposition to war, and is always used in text and protests. You can add the peace sign emoji alongside to indicate your intentions for peace, or waving hand emoji if you are just saying goodbye to a friend.

Also Known As

This emoji can be referred to as or sometimes called:

peace sign emoji, Peace Symbol

How to type Peace Emoji (Copy and Paste)

Whenever You wants to use Peace 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


Emoji Variant: Gender & Skin Tones

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☮️ History Table

Unicode Code Point U+262E
HTML-code ☮
CSS-code \262E
Unicode version: 1.1 (1993)
Emoji version: 1.0 (2015)

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