Devil Emoji

Devil Emojis
Devil Emoji PNG

Emoji have the same function in text that facial expressions or gestures have during verbal communication. And the most commonly used emoticons are faces with different expressions. However, in addition to yellow emoticons and cute kitties, there is a separate subcategory: devils.

There are only two of them, 👿 the angry and 😈 the smiling devil, and that’s more than enough to convey the playful tone of your message.

The Smiling Devil was assigned the code U+1F608, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010. The Evil Devil emoticon was assigned the code U+1F47F, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

Meaning of the Devil Emoji

Devil Emoji

The happy devil, a smiling emoticon with horns, often purple in color, means toughness, strength, and coolness, as if you are calling someone a “tough nut”. Sometimes it is even about offenses, or just the desire to do something bad. In some cases, it is about gloating or just cold-bloodedness.

The smiley devil face carries a somewhat negative connotation, even though it is smiling. He is smiling, or rather, smirking. He is not quite evil, as a similar emoticon with an angry expression, but at the same time sincerity and kindness from him should not be expected. He is cunning and and is probably scheming something not quite pleasant.

It can be used in a joking tone, “threatening” that the interlocutor is waiting for a joke or “payback” for his words and actions. Smiley can convey and some coquetry, flirting, intrigue. But it can also carry a negative meaning, some threat or hint at something that will be unpleasant to the interlocutor. And also literal gloating after someone has failed.

As for the Angry Devil 👿, it has a much less colorful meaning and can be interpreted solely as anger and resentment.

The Use of the Devil Emoji

Meaning Devil Emoji

Depending on the context, emoji with devils can be used both in a joking tone and in a more serious or even gloating tone. The most commonly used meaning of a smiling devil is coolness or cunning intent, while an evil demon most often means malice.

Both of these emoji belong to the so-called “informal emoticons” category, as they are still mostly used by close friends and people of young age. They can’t be found in work chats and e-mails, so if you are not close enough to your interlocutor, it is better to choose the right emotion from the set of yellow emoticons.

Conclusion

Emoji with devils are colorful accents that can brighten up any message, depending on what meaning you put into them. The meaning of the emoticon can be conveyed roughly as follows: “smirking”, “gloating”, “plotting something unkind”, “plotting evil”, “an evil joke”, “mocking”, “ready to hooliganism”, “ready to prank”, “evil fun”, “gloating”. Devils are emoticons that primarily convey irony or even sarcasm, so be careful when using them, as people’s sense of humor varies.

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