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“🤌” meaning: pinched fingers, italian hand Emoji

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🤌Meaning and Description

This is a right hand with the palm facing up. The five fingertips are tightly squeezed together and stand upright.
🛼 is a gesture frequently used by Italians 🇮🇹 when they're talking or making phone calls 📲. It is also used to mean "what the hell are you talking about😠" or "what do you want to do🤔" when someone is noisy. So people from other countries will use this gesture to do a comically imitation of Italians.
Funny facts💡: In tiktok, 🤌 is an emoji with sexual meaning.
In the Israeli culture 🇮🇱, this gesture expresses comfort and encouragement, meaning "take easy", "be patient", and "go on and hold on."
South Korea's 🇰🇷 Girls' Generation girl group member Yuri used this gesture to express dumplings in a variety show 🥟.
🇨🇳It is also popular in China to use this gesture when you ask someone for money 💰.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🤌 is pinched fingers, it is related to fingers, hand gesture, interrogation, pinched, sarcastic, italy, it can be found in emoji category: "👌 People & Body" - "👌 hand-fingers-partial".

🤌 is an Emoji modifier base, it can be used as a single Emoji, and can also be combined with the skin tone Emoji modifier to form a new Emoji. There are 5 types of Emoji modifiers, namely: 🏻, 🏼, 🏽, 🏾, 🏿. 🤌 is combined with these skin tone Emoji modifiers to form new Emoji modifier sequences. The following are examples of the combination:
Wikipedia: 🤌 Che vuoi?
Che vuoi? (transl. What do you want?) alternatively described as ma che vuoi?, ma che dici/ma che stai dicendo? (but what are you saying?) or simply Che? is one of the most well known hand gestures in Italy, with gestures being a very common method of communicative expression in Italy. It is made where the tips of all the fingers of one hand are brought together to form an "upward pointing cone", with the hand then being moved up and down either from the wrist or forearm. The hand can be motionless while performing this hand gesture, or can also be shaken up and down, if the person wants to express impatience. While it is particularly common in Naples, it is a gesture that is widely used in Italy. The meaning is open to interpretation based on context but the frequency and speed of vertical motion indicates the level of frustration of the speaker. As "pinched fingers" an image of the hand held in this gesture was approved as part of Unicode 13 in 2020.The gesture is widely used in Argentina as well, with similar connotations. Over 60% of Argentina's population is of (at least) partial Italian descent. 🔗 Che vuoi?
🌐: Che vuoi.

🤌Examples and Usage

🔸 When you hint to Dad that living expenses are not enough: Dad, you are the best🤌😳
🔸 When your friend tweeted you voice messages, but you didn't get his point: What are you talking about 🤌?

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🤌Basic Information

Emoji: 🤌
Shortname: pinched fingers
Known as: Italian hand
Codepoint: U+1F90C Copy
Decimal: ALT+129292
Unicode Version: 13.0 (2020-03-10) New
Emoji Version: 13.0 (2020-03-10) New
Categories: 👌 People & Body
Sub Categories: 👌 hand-fingers-partial
Keywords: fingers | hand gesture | interrogation | pinched | sarcastic | italy

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