emoji 🕒 three o’clock svg png

🕒” meaning: three o’clock, 3:00 Emoji

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🕒Meaning and Description

A white clock with a pair of clock hands, pointing at three o'clock. It can indicate 3:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m.. In the military, it also represents the direction of three o'clock.
This emoji can be used to represent a clock or time. It is often used together with the 📅 to inform the specific time of an event. There is a total of 24 clock emojis representing different times.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🕒 is three o’clock, it is related to 00, 3, 3:00, clock, o’clock, three, it can be found in emoji category: "🚌 Travel & Places" - " time".

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).
Wikipedia: 🕒 Clock face
A clock face is the part of an analog clock (or watch) that displays time through the use of a flat dial with reference marks, and revolving pointers turning on concentric shafts at the center, called hands. In its most basic, globally recognized form, the periphery of the dial is numbered 1 through 12 indicating the hours in a 12-hour cycle, and a short hour hand makes two revolutions in a day. A long minute hand makes one revolution every hour. The face may also include a second hand, which makes one revolution per minute. The term is less commonly used for the time display on digital clocks and watches. A second type of clock face is the 24-hour analog dial, widely used in military and other organizations that use 24-hour time. This is similar to the 12-hour dial above, except it has hours numbered 1–24 around the outside, and the hour hand makes only one revolution per day. Some special-purpose clocks, such as timers and sporting event clocks, are designed for measuring periods less than one hour. Clocks can indicate the hour with Roman numerals or Hindu–Arabic numerals, or with non-numeric indicator marks. The two numbering systems have also been used in combination, with the prior indicating the hour and the latter the minute. Longcase clocks (grandfather clocks) typically use Roman numerals for the hours. Clocks using only Arabic numerals first began to appear in the mid-18th century.The clock face is so familiar that the numbers are often omitted and replaced with unlabeled graduations (marks), particularly in the case of watches. Occasionally, markings of any sort are dispensed with, and the time is read by the angles of the hands. 🔗 Clock face
🌐: Ciferník, Zifferblatt, صفحه عقربک دار, Cadran (horlogerie), Tampilan jam, Wijzerplaat, Циферблат, Urtavla, Циферблат.

🕒Examples and Usage

🔸 🕒 It's three o'clock in the afternoon, let's have a meeting together. 📝
🔸 'Because during the last few nights I have always, about three 🕒 in the morning, heard a low, clear whistle.


🔸 🕒 (1F552) + emoji style (FE0F) = 🕒️ (1F552 FE0F)
🔸 🕒 (1F552) + text style (FE0E) = 🕒︎ (1F552 FE0E)

🕒Emoji Sentiment Analysis

Sentiment Analysis Introduction

Emoji Sentiment Analysis refers to the classification of emotional expression of an emoji. This analysis is from the linguistic analysis and machine learning of public samples of no less than 50 million tweets, it is a relatively accurate result and has high academic reference significance. Welcome to discuss, referenceres, repost and share. Copyright©EmojiAll. For commercial use, please Contact us


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  • Orange: Negative
  • Yellow: Neutral
  • Green: Positive
  • The gray cursor: it is the confidence level, a statistical concept.
    Simply put, the closer cursor is to the left, the emotion of this emoji is more negative. On the contrary, the closer cursor is to the right, the more positive emotion expressed by this emoji. And the narrower the cursor is, the judgment of the emotion is more accurate.
    See more professional explanation: wikipedia.

🕒Emoji Position and Frequency

Position and Frequency Introduction

Position and Frequency refer to where an emoji often appears in tweets and how often it appears in these positions. For example, by analyzing the [location and frequency] of 😂, we can know that everyone likes to put the emoji 😂 at the end of sentences. This conclusion is from the linguistic analysis and machine learning of public samples of no less than 50 million tweets, it is a relatively accurate result and has high academic reference significance. Welcome to discuss, referenceres, repost and share. Copyright©EmojiAll. For commercial use, please Contact Us


  • X axis: the position of this particular emoji in the tweets text.
  • Y axis: the appearing frequency of this particular emoji in this position.

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🕒Basic Information

Emoji: 🕒
Shortname: three o’clock
Apple Name: Three O’Clock
Known as: 3:00 | 15:00
Codepoint: U+1F552 Copy
Shortcode: :clock3: Copy
Decimal: ALT+128338
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🚌 Travel & Places
Sub Categories: ⌚ time
Keywords: 00 | 3 | 3:00 | clock | o’clock | three

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🕒More Languages

Language Short Name & Link
Korean🕒 세 시
Chinese, Simplified🕒 三点
Albanian🕒 ora tre
Arabic🕒 الساعة الثالثة
Azerbaijani🕒 üç tamam
Bengali🕒 তিনটে
Bosnian🕒 tri sata
Bulgarian🕒 три часът
Burmese🕒 သုံးနာရီ