Emoji character: 🧑

Emoji details

  • Name: "person (adult, gender-neutral, unspecified gender)"

  • Use it as:
    CodeNotationExample
    Unicode character«10 things you should know about 🧑»
    Unicode codepoint
    HTML encoded<span>&#x1F9D1</span>
    urlencoded?c=🧑?c=%F0%9F%A7%91
  • The emoji in different sizes:
    🧑🧑🧑🧑🧑
    16px24px36px48px72px
  • Related emojis:
    🧓🧑‍🦳🧑‍🦲🧑‍🦱🧑‍🦰🧒🧘🧗🧖

Emoji details

  • Name: "person: red hair (adult, gender-neutral, unspecified gender)"

  • Use it as:
    CodeNotationExample
    Unicode character«10 things you should know about 🧑‍🦰»
    Unicode codepoint
    HTML encoded<span>&#x1F9D1&#x200D&#x1F9B0</span>
    urlencoded?c=🧑‍🦰?c=%F0%9F%A7%91%E2%80%8D%F0%9F%A6%B0
  • The emoji in different sizes:
    🧑‍🦰🧑‍🦰🧑‍🦰🧑‍🦰🧑‍🦰
    16px24px36px48px72px
  • Related emojis:
    🧑‍🦳🧑‍🦱🧑‍🦲🧓🧑🧒👩‍🦰👨‍🦰🦰👱

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Emoji characters?

Emojis (from Japanese 絵文字) are pictographs 🍋 (pictorial symbols) that can be used in text, just like other characters. The way they look 🕶 might change from one browser 🦊 to the other. Emojis are vector-based, so you can scale ↕ them as big as you want. They stay the same for every font 🈂.Last update: v12.1, 2019 📆.
For HTML-encoded characters like μ, ⇑ and «, check the HTML character map.

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