EmojitipPeople & Bodyperson-gesture🙅🏻‍♂️ meaning: Man Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone

🙅🏻‍♂️Man Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone

Meaning and Description

🙅🏻‍♂️(Man Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone) = 🙅🏻(Person Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone) + ♂️(Male Sign)

A man with arms crossed forming an ‘X’, see 🙅.


The meaning of emoji symbol 🙅🏻‍♂️ is Man Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone , it is related to forbidden, hand, gesture, man, prohibited, man gesturing NO, light skin tone , it can be found in category: "🖐️People & Body" - "🙍person-gesture".

🙅🏻‍♂️ is a zero-width joiner sequence, which is formed by combining 1 ZWJ zero width joiner and 2 individual Emoji. These individual Emojis are: 🙅🏻 (person gesturing NO: light skin tone), ♂️ (male sign). The new Emoji formed is displayed as a single Emoji: 🙅🏻‍♂️ on some platforms with good compatibility, but it may also be displayed as multiple Emojis put together: 🙅🏻‍♂️ on some platforms with poor compatibility.

🙅🏻‍♂️ other meaning is Yes and no
Yes and no, or word pairs with a similar word, are expressions of the affirmative and the negative, respectively, in several languages including English. Some languages make a distinction between answers to affirmative versus negative questions; thus they may have three-form or four-form systems instead. English originally used a four-form system up to and including Early Middle English but Modern English has reduced this to a two-form system consisting of just 'yes' and 'no'. It exists in many facets of communication, such as: eye blink communication, head movements, Morse Code, and sign language. Some languages, such as Latin, do not have yes-no word systems.
Some languages do not answer yesses with single words meaning 'yes' or 'no'. Welsh, Finnish and Chinese are among the languages that typically employ an echo response (repeating the verb with either an affirmative or negative form) rather than using words for 'yes' and 'no', though such languages can also have words broadly similar to 'yes' and 'no'. Echo responses avoid the issue of what an unadorned yes means in response to a negative question. While a yes response to the question "You don't like strawberries?" is ambiguous in English, the Welsh response ydw (I am) has no ambiguity.
The words yes and no are not easily classified into any of the eight conventional parts of speech. Although sometimes classified as interjections, they do not qualify as such, and they are not adverbs. They are sometimes classified as a part of speech in their own right, sentence words, or pro-sentences, although that category contains more than yes and no, and not all linguists include them in their lists of sentence words. Sentences consisting solely of one of these two words are classified as minor sentences.

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Basic Information

Emoji🙅🏻‍♂️
ShortnameMan Gesturing NO: Light Skin Tone
CodepointU+1F645 1F3FB 200D 2642 FE0F

1F645 - 🙅 Person Gesturing NO

1F3FB - 🏻 Light Skin Tone

200D - ‍ Zero Width Joiner

2642 - ♂ Male Sign

FE0F - ️ VARIATION SELECTOR-16

DecimalALT+128581 ALT+127995 ALT+8205 ALT+9794 ALT+65039
Unicode VersionNone
Emoji Version4.0 (2016-11-14)
Category🖐️People & Body
Sub Category🙍person-gesture
Keywordsforbidden, hand, gesture, man, prohibited, man gesturing NO, light skin tone

Popularity rating over time

🙅🏻‍♂️ (1F645 1F3FB 200D 2642 FE0F) Popularity rating over time100755025016-10-917-12-1019-2-1020-4-1221-6-13

Date Range: 2016-10-09 - 2021-10-09

Update Time: 2021-10-09 10:11:35 Asia/Shanghai

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