A yellow face with smiling eyes, a closed smile, rosy cheeks, and several hearts floating around its head. Expresses a range of happy, affectionate feelings, especially being in love. The placement of the hearts varies slightly by platform.
A yellow face with an open mouth wailing and streams of heavy tears flowing from closed eyes. May convey inconsolable grief but also other intense feelings, such as uncontrollable laughter, pride or overwhelming joy.
Index finger pointing downward.
A yellow face with furrowed eyebrows looking upwards with thumb and index finger resting on its chin. Intended to show a person pondering or deep in thought. Often used to question or scorn something or someone, as if saying Hmm, I don’t know about that. Tone varies, including earnest, playful, puzzled, skeptical, and mocking.
A yellow face with a slight smile or open mouth shown winking, usually its left eye. May signal a joke, flirtation, hidden meaning, or general positivity. Tone varies, including playful, affectionate, suggestive, or ironic.
A pair of eyes, glancing slightly to the left on most platforms. The Google version of this emoji previously showed only a single eye, despite the name of this character being eyes (plural).
A yellow face with an open smile, sometimes showing teeth, and red, cartoon-styled hearts for eyes. Often conveys enthusiastic feelings of love, infatuation, and adoration, e.g., I love/am in love with this person or thing.
A party popper, as explodes in a shower of confetti and streamers at a celebration. Generally depicted as a gold party hat, striped on some platforms, at a 45° angle, with multicolored confetti and streamers coming from its opening at the upper right. Twitter’s cone is red.
A yellow face with its right hand saluting. Used as a sign of respect.
Index finger pointing to the right.