Do you want to know what the surprised emoji means? Or probably want to know how to type this 😲 emoji? Before we dive in, its official Unicode name is the “astonished face emoji” and it’s used to convey shock, surprise, or complete disbelief in text.
The surprised emoji is represented as a yellow face with open eyes, raised eyebrows, and an open mouth as if gasping in shock or surprise. This emoji was included in the non-standardized emoji list first released by Japanese carriers like Softbank. These emojis were included in the Apple iPhone from iOS 2.2 as an unlockable feature on phones sold in English-speaking countries.
In the iOS 5/OSX 10.7, the main code that the Apple OS had for this emoji was now different. It’s also known as a drunk face, gasping face, and shocked face.
The surprised emoji looks similar to the hushed 😯 face Just that it possesses a smaller eye and mouth. It varies based on devices such as Apple’s X-shaped eyes where it looks like a dizzy face 😵.
It was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
What Does Surprised Emoji Means (Meaning)
In the simplest forms, the surprised emoji means gasping, shock, astonishment, or surprise. It’s usually used when someone wants to express their shock with something you said or did, or that they’re very surprised. It can also be used to express a state of drunkenness, although this is not often.
It’s an emoji that has a connotation of astonishment and shock and is commonly used in the text.
Also Known As
This emoji can be referred to as or sometimes called:
scared emoji, astonished, shock emoji,
How to type Surprised Emoji (Copy and Paste)
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|Unicode Code Point||U+1F632|
|Unicode version:||6.0 (2010)|
|Emoji version:||1.0 (2015)|
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