emoji 🍵 teacup without handle svg png

🍵” meaning: teacup without handle, green tea Emoji

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🍵Meaning and Description

The emoji 🍵 depicts a teacup without a handle. It is usually white, with a steaming green liquid inside. The teacup is round and shallow, and it has a small base. It looks like the kind of teacup that is used to drink green tea in Japan or China.

Tea is made by steeping leaves🍃, buds, or flowers of the tea plant in hot water. The origin of tea is traced back to ancient China, where legend says that the emperor Shen Nong discovered it by accident when a leaf fell into his boiling water. Tea was later introduced to Japan, India, Europe, and other regions through trade and cultural exchange.

Although this emoji shows a cup of green tea, it isn't just limited to denoting green tea. It can represent any kind of tea, or even other hot drinks. It is often used to represent matcha because they are both green. It can also be used with other food emoji to indicate that the food has the flavor of tea. For example, 🍦🍵 means green tea ice cream.

🍵 is also a symbol of relaxation, comfort, and health, often used in conversations about chilling out or taking a break. And it can symbolize peace, calmness, or meditation🧘.

But beyond the literal, the emoji 🍵 has some more nuanced uses. In internet slang, "spilling the tea" means sharing gossip or news, and this emoji perfectly encapsulates that phrase.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🍵 is teacup without handle, it is related to beverage, cup, drink, tea, teacup, it can be found in emoji category: "🍓 Food & Drink" - " Drink".

Wikipedia: 🍵 Teacup
A teacup is a cup for drinking tea. It may be with or without a handle, generally a small one that may be grasped with the thumb and one or two fingers. It is typically made of a ceramic material. It is usually part of a set, composed of a cup and a matching saucer or a trio that includes a small cake or sandwich plate. These in turn may be part of a tea set in combination with a teapot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl and slop bowl en suite. Teacups are often wider and shorter than coffee cups. Cups for morning tea are conventionally larger than cups for afternoon tea. Better teacups typically are of fine white translucent porcelain and decorated with patterns that may be en suite with extensive dinner services. Some collectors acquire numerous one-of-a-kind cups with matching saucers. Such decorative cabinet cups may be souvenirs of a location, person, or event. Such collectors may also accumulate silver teaspoons with a decorated enamel insert in the handle, with similar themes. In Europe, fine porcelain tea cups made of porcelain (Limoges porcelain from a kaolin base heated in ovens or China porcelain) were a delicacy for enjoying tea time. The cups are made with a handle and are paired with a saucer in a set, they feature hand painted decoration and gold or silver patterns especially lining the rim and the handle. In the culture of China teacups are very small, normally holding no more than 30ml of liquid. They are designed to be used with Yixing teapots or Gaiwan. Countries in the Horn of Africa like Eritrea also use the handleless cups to drink boon which is traditional coffee there. In Russian-speaking cultures and West Asian cultures influenced by the Ottoman Empire tea is often served in a glass held in a separate metal container with a handle, called a zarf. or in Russian a podstakannik.The first small cups specifically made for drinking the beverage tea when it was newly seen in Europe in the 17th century were exported from the Japanese port of Imari or from the Chinese port of Canton. Tea bowls in the Far East did not have handles, and the first European imitations, made at Meissen, were without handles, too. At the turn of the 19th century canns of cylindrical form with handles became a fashionable alternative to bowl-shaped cups. The handle on a teacup was an explicitly German invention in 1707, by Johann Friedrich Bottger, to solve the freshness issue.Unicode codepoints U+1F375 🍵 TEACUP WITHOUT HANDLE and U+26FE ⛾ CUP ON BLACK SQUARE portray a teacup. U+2615 ☕ HOT BEVERAGE is often rendered as a teacup. 🔗 Teacup
🌐: فنجان شاي, Чаша, Šálek, Tekop, Teetasse, Jícara (vasija), فنجان چای‌خوری, Teekuppi, चाय का प्याला, Csésze (edény), Cangkir, Tazza da tè, ティーカップ, 찻잔, Kopje, Filiżanka, Chávena, Ceașcă, Чашка, Tekopp, Çay fincanı, Чашка, Tách, 茶杯.

🍵Examples and Usage

🔸 Chinese tea culture 🍵 originated in the Tang Dynasty, and in ancient times, tea became an item for goods exchange.
🔸 Have a calm, relaxing bedtime routine Take a warm bath or drink a hot cup of tea🍵.

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Date Range: 2019-03-03 - 2024-02-18
Update Time: 2024-02-25 18:13:20 UTC
🍵and in the last five years, the popularity of this emoji has shown an inverted V-shaped trend but recently leveled off.In 2020-03 And 2020-04, its popularity showed the biggest increase.In 2018 and 2021, the trend of its popularity converge.

🍵Basic Information

Emoji: 🍵
Shortname: teacup without handle
Apple Name: teacup without handle
Known as: Green Tea | Matcha
Codepoint: U+1F375 Copy
Shortcode: :tea: Copy
Decimal: ALT+127861
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🍓 Food & Drink
Sub Categories: ☕ Drink
Keywords: beverage | cup | drink | tea | teacup | teacup without handle

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