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☯ (262F) ☯Meaning: yin yang

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  • 9.1+

    iOS ☯Minimum display requirements

  • 6.0.1+

    Android ☯Minimum display requirements

  • 10+

    Windows ☯Minimum display requirements

📚Meaning and Description

☯ This is a 💧 shape with two equally divided water drops in a circle, with a dot of Yin and Yang symbols above and below. Yin and Yang come from the dualism in traditional philosophy, and represent both related and opposite things, such as heaven and earth, sun and moon, 🌞🌛, day and night, etc. Used to refer to Chinese culture, Tai Chi gossip, fortune, etc.

The meaning of emoji symbol ☯ is yin yang, it is related to religion, tao, taoist, yang, yin, it can be found in emoji category: "🛑 Symbols" - "☪️ religion".

The current ☯ is a basic Emoji without variant symbols, and there are two Emoji variation sequences corresponding to it: ☯️ (emoji style, displaying colorful symbols on most new platforms) and ☯︎ (text style, displaying black and white symbols on some old platforms).

🔸 ☯ (262F) There is no Emoji version of this Unicode character, which means that on most mobile phones or computer systems, the character can only be displayed in black and white character style, but in a few good compatibility platforms, it can still display color picture style. The Unicode organization does not yet recommend its use as a universal emoji symbol.

☯ (262F) - unqualified Emoji, See also: ☯️ (262F FE0F) - fully-qualified Emoji.

Wikipedia: ☯ Taijitu
A taijitu (simplified Chinese: 太极图; traditional Chinese: 太極圖; pinyin: tàijítú; Wade–Giles: t'ai⁴chi²t'u²) is a symbol or diagram (图 tú) in Chinese philosophy representing Taiji (太极 tàijí "great pole" or "supreme ultimate") in both its monist (wuji) and its dualist (yin and yang) aspects. Such a diagram was first introduced by Song Dynasty philosopher Zhou Dunyi (周敦頤 1017–1073) in his Taijitu shuo 太極圖說. The modern Taoist canon, compiled during the Ming era, has at least half a dozen variants of such taijitu. The two most similar are the "Taiji Primal Heaven" (太極先天圖 tàijí xiāntiān tú) and the "wuji" (無極圖 wújí tú) diagrams, both of which have been extensively studied during the Qing period for their possible connection with Zhou Dunyi's taijitu.Ming period author Lai Zhide (1525–1604) simplified the taijitu to a design of two interlocking spirals. In the Ming era, the combination of the two interlocking spirals of the taijitu with two black-and-white dots superimposed on them became identified with the He tu or "Yellow River diagram" (河圖). This version was reported in Western literature of the late 19th century as the "Great Monad", and has been widely popularised in Western popular culture as the "yin-yang symbol" since the 1960s. The contemporary Chinese term for the modern symbol is 太极兩儀图 "two-part Taiji diagram". Ornamental patterns with visual similarity to the "yin-yang symbol" are found in archaeological artefacts of European prehistory; such designs are sometimes descriptively dubbed "yin yang symbols" in archaeological literature by modern scholars. 🔗 Taijitu
🌐: تاجيتو, তাই চি রেখাচিত্র, Yin und Yang (Symbol), Taijitu, Taijitu, Taijitu, Taijitu, 太極図, 태극도 (그림), Taijitu, Taijitu, Thái cực đồ, 太極圖.

🌈Examples and Usage

🔸 Recently, my grandma 👵 fell in love with Tai Chi completely ☯ and went to practice in the square every day.
🔸 ☯is a very mysterious theory in China.
🔸 Just find that opposition, right; the sun and the moon, the masculine and the feminine, that opposition☯.

🔸 ☯ (262F) + emoji style (FE0F) = ☯️ (262F FE0F)
🔸 ☯ (262F) + text style (FE0E) = ☯︎ (262F FE0E)

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☯Popularity rating over time

☯ (262F) Popularity rating over time | 100 75 50 25 0 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Date Range: 2016-05-01 - 2021-04-25
Update Time: 2021-04-30 17:42:30 UTC

📰Basic Information

Emoji: ☯
Shortname: yin yang
Codepoint: U+262F
Decimal: ALT+9775
Unicode Version: 1.1 (1993-06)
Emoji Version: None
Categories: 🛑 Symbols
Sub Categories: ☪️ religion
Keywords: religion | tao | taoist | yang | yin

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