Christmas Emoji

Christmas Emoji
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Christmas is without a doubt the most favorite holiday in the world. A magical atmosphere, smiles, presents – what could be better? We start preparing for Christmas a month in advance, if not more, so all the paraphernalia associated with this magical holiday becomes relevant in late fall. And emoji associated with Christmas are an integral part of winter correspondence. Today we’ll take a closer look at Christmas emoji, both obvious and more abstract.

šŸŽ… The Santa Claus emoji was assigned the code U+1F385, with which it was added to the People and Body section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

šŸ¤¶ The Mrs. Claus emoji was assigned the code U+1F936, with which it was added to the People and Body section of the Unicode 9.0 standard in 2016.

šŸŽ„ The New Year’s Tree emoticon was assigned the code U+1F384, with which it was added to the Activities section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

ā›„ The Snowman emoticon was assigned the code U+26C4, with which it was added to the Places and Travel section of Unicode Standard 5.2 in 2009.

ā˜ƒļø The Snowman Under Snow emoticon was assigned the code U+2603 U+FE0F, with which it was added to the Places and Travel section of the Unicode 1.1 standard in 1993.

šŸŒØļø The Snow emoticon was assigned the code U+1F328 U+FE0F, with which it was added to the Places and Travel section of the Unicode 7.0 standard in 2014.

ā„ļø The Snowflake emoticon was assigned the code U+2744 U+FE0F, with which it was added to the Places and Travel section of the Unicode 1.1 standard in 1993.

Christmas Emojis

Meaning and Use of the Christmas Emoji

Now that we’ve highlighted the most commonly used emoji in the context of Christmas, let’s take a look at each of them, and understand in which messages and situations they are most appropriately used. It’s pretty obvious, though.

šŸ¤¶ So, let’s start with Mrs. Claus. Faithful friend of the most important Christmas character, without whom it is difficult to imagine this wonderful holiday. Used in the context of preparing for the holiday, in congratulatory messages, or in correspondence related to the choice of Christmas gifts.

šŸŽ… Santa Claus is the most important figure of Christmas and the most welcome guest in every home on Christmas night. This character is associated exclusively with positive moments and emotions, with gifts, happy children and cozy evenings by the fireplace.

šŸŽ„Christmas Tree is another most obvious symbol associated with Christmas and New Year. Use this emoji in all messages and correspondence related to this holiday. Add Christmas Tree emoji to greetings, invitations, and just to kind messages related to winter vacations.

ā„ļø Snowflake is, of course, not only Christmas, but also winter in principle. Do you remember when we used to cut snowflakes out of paper or napkins in kindergarten? This has always been one of the main decorations and not much has changed, so use the Snowflake emoji as an additional decoration for messages related to winter holidays.

šŸŒØļø The Snow Cloud is another symbol associated with winter and, of course, Christmas. It’s not the most festive emoji on our list, but that’s its versatility. You can safely add this emoticon to absolutely any Christmas-related messages without fear of overdoing it.

ā˜ƒļø What’s Christmas without snowmen? Of course, not every part of the world has the opportunity to make a real snowman, and that’s where emoji comes in. A snowman is a symbol of fun, family time and children’s laughter, so feel free to add this emoji to any messages related to Christmas vacation.

ā›„ļø Another snowman emoji, but without the extra snowflakes. It has the same meaning as the previous emoji, but it looks less dressy, which means that it can be used in most correspondence related to Christmas and New Year.

Santa Emoji

Conclusion

So, now you know what emoji you can color your messages related to Christmas and preparation for this holiday. Some of them are more suitable for close friends and family, others can be sent to colleagues. And in general – Christmas is a holiday that unites everyone, and it is impossible to make a mistake or overdo it.

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