emoji 🙃 upside-down face svg png

“🙃” meaning: upside-down face, sarcasm Emoji

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    Windows 🙃Minimum display requirements

🙃Meaning and Description

A face upside-down with a smile, meaning hiding your pain behind a smile. It is used to indicate stupidity, madness, or silliness. It can also be used as a vague meaning, sometimes meaning irony or humour and fun.Related emojis: 😕🙄😶😬

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🙃 is upside-down face, it is related to face, upside-down, it can be found in emoji category: "😂 Smileys & Emotion" - "😄 face-smiling".

⁉How netizens use it on social media

Tag (Words)
  • The meaning and derivative usage of 🙃 in Twitter. These words are also often used together with 🙃.
Relationship Strength
  • It indicates the relevance and similarity of the following words with 🙃. This can also show how people use 🙃 in social media.
forgot

100

anxiety

100

woke

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Emoji
  • Those emojis whose meaning and usage are similar to that of 🙃 in Twitter. They are also often used together with 🙃.
Relationship Strength
  • It indicates the similarity between the following emojis and 🙃 in meaning and usage, the higher the value, the higher the similarity.
😐

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😬

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😣

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Wikipedia: 🙃 Smiley
A smiley, sometimes referred to as a smiley face, is a basic ideogram that represents a smiling face. Since the 1950s it has become part of popular culture worldwide, used either as a standalone ideogram, or as a form of communication, such as emoticons. The smiley began as two dots and a line to represent eyes and a mouth. More elaborate designs in the 1950s emerged, with noses, eyebrows, and outlines. The first time yellow and black design was by the radio station, WMCA for its "Good Guys" campaign in the early 1960s. More yellow and black designs appeared in the 1960s and 70s including works by Franklin Loufrani and Harvey Ross Ball. Today, The Smiley Company holds many rights to the smiley ideogram and has become one of the biggest licensing companies globally. The name smiley wasn't used until the 1970s when Loufrani trademarked the name and his design in France while he was working as a journalist for France Soir. Competing terms were used such as smiling face and happy face before consensus was reached on the term smiley, less often spelled "smilie". Today, the smiley face has evolved from an ideogram into a template for communication and use in written language. This began with Scott Fahlman in the 1980s when he first theorized ascii characters could be used to create faces and demonstrate emotion in text. Since then, those Fahlman's designs have become digital pictograms, known as emoticons. They are loosely based on the ideograms designed in the 1960s and 70s, continuing with the yellow and black design. 🔗 Smiley
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🙃Examples and Usage

🔸 I want to be someone's baby but no one wants me🙃.

🙃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.

🙃Emoji Leaderboard / Trend Chart

🙃Leaderboard

🙃Popularity rating over time

Date Range: 2017-08-06 - 2022-07-31
Update Time: 2022-08-05 17:14:24 UTC
🙃and in the last five years, the popularity of this emoji has risen to a new level.In 2017 and 2018, the trend of its popularity converge.

🙃Basic Information

Emoji: 🙃
Shortname: upside-down face
Apple Name: Upside Down Face
Known as: Sarcasm | Silly
Codepoint: U+1F643 Copy
Decimal: ALT+128579
Unicode Version: 8.0 (2015-06-09)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 😂 Smileys & Emotion
Sub Categories: 😄 face-smiling
Keywords: face | upside-down

👨‍💻Unicode Information (Advanced Usage)

🙃Relative Topic

🙃Combination and Memes