Do you want to know what the sick emoji 🤒 means? or probably want to know how to type This 🤒 emoji? Before we dive in, its official Unicode name is the “Face with Thermometer emoji: and it’s used to convey sickness in text.
This emoji is displayed as a face with a thermometer used mostly for flu and cold. The yellow-faced emoji with red cheeks are used to convey sickness, a general disgust, and holding back vomit. The face with thermometer emoji was approved as one of the Unicode 8.0 in 2015 and subsequently added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
What does the Sick emoji mean?
The yellow face sick emoji 🤒 with a thermometer in its mouth and furrowed and easier eyebrows show a look of sickness. With red cheeks, the emoji depicts being feverish and can be said to represent a hospital patient or someone with the flu or cold.
The sick face emoji differs from other emoji conveying sickness or disgust like the face with a head bandage or nauseated face.
Also Known As
This emoji can be referred to as or sometimes called:
Ill emojiFace with thermometer emoji
How to type Sick Emoji (Copy and Paste)
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Emoji Variant: Gender & Skin Tones
🤒 The emoji has no variants
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|Unicode version||8.0 (2015)|
|Emoji version||1.0 (2015)|
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