See-No-Evil Monkey emoji | 🙈 meaning 

🙈 See-No-Evil Monkey emoji

🙈 meaning - See-No-Evil Monkey

This monkey emoji belongs to a collection of three which together form the phrase: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. The three monkeys are the manifestation of an ancient Japanese legend and proverb, and the see-no-evil monkey is known as Mizaru in its native tongue. The monkey depicted in this emoji holds both paws to its face to completely hide its eyes. It’s used to say humorously “I didn’t see that” or “I WISH I hadn’t seen that’. The emoji looks slightly bashful, and is sometimes used to depict someone’s extreme embarrassment, hiding its face in mock shame.

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Representations : See-No-Evil Covering Eyes Cheeky Sight can be represented by 🙈 emoji.

Examples of 🙈 emoji :

I throw my pass away 🙈🙈🙈🙈
If you constantly hear a cell phone vibrate ... It vibrates but none 🙈
I would like to share my thoughts with you all the time, but that would be too many 🙈
Would make a little dream come true 🙈✨
If you get good news, but can not reveal anything yet 🙊🙈
Sweet bear left next to me in the train 😍🐻🙈
Where there is no brain, there is no understanding 🙈

What does 🙈 mean from a girl

Originating from the ancient proverb "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil," this emoji has a monkey playfully covering its eyes, suggesting a sense of innocence or maybe she's saying, "Oops! Didn't see that coming!" Perhaps she's highlighting a moment of willful ignorance, trying to avoid some spicy drama or just teasing you about something you might have missed. It’s hinting at a mix of mischief and innocence. Whether she's subtly dodging a topic, feeling a tad embarrassed, or just playing peek-a-boo in the chat, 🙈 adds a sprinkle of fun and secrecy to the convo.

How See-No-Evil Monkey emoji appear on Apple, Google and other platforms?

See-No-Evil Monkey may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how See-No-Evil Monkey emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of See-No-Evil Monkey can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of See-No-Evil Monkey emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.

History of See-No-Evil Monkey emoji

This emoji was first introduced in Unicode 6.0 in October, 2010 which was followed by addition to Emoji 1.0 in August, 2015. See-No-Evil Monkey emoji appeared on iOS 6.0, Android 4.3, EmojiOne 1.0 for the first time.

See-No-Evil Monkey in other languages

LanguageShort Name
SpanishMono que no ve el mal
FrenchSinge qui ne voit pas le mal
RussianНевидящая зла обезьяна
ItalianScimmia See-No-Evil
PortugueseMacaco que não vê o mal

What is the code of See-No-Evil Monkey emoji?

Unicode : U+1F648
Hex Code
Code Point(s):    1f648
HTML Entity:   🙈
UTF-8: F0 9F 99 88
UTF-8 (C): F0 9F 99 88
UTF-16: 0xd83dde48
UTF-16 (C): 0xD83D 0xDE48
UTF-32: 1F648
UTF-32 (C): 0x00001F648
Decimal Code
Code Point(s): 128584
HTML Entity: 🙈
UTF-16: 55357 56904
UTF-32: 128584
Octal Code
UTF-8: 360 237 231 210
Other developer codes:
PHP: "\xf0\x9f\x99\x88"
Python: u"\U0001F648"
Java, C++, C: "0xD83D\uDE48"

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