emoji 🥣 bowl with spoon svg png

“🥣” meaning: bowl with spoon, cereal bowl Emoji

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  • 11.1+

    iOS 🥣Minimum display requirements

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    Android 🥣Minimum display requirements

  • 10+

    Windows 🥣Minimum display requirements

🥣Meaning and Description

The emoji 🥣 shows a round bowl with a silver spoon inside it. The bowl can have different colors and contents depending on the platform, but most of them are empty or have a white or beige color. WhatsApp's design is most special, which is depicted as a tomato soup.

🥣 can be used to represent tableware or any kind of food that is served in a bowl and eaten with a spoon, such as soup, cereal or stew. It is a common sight in discussions about food, cooking, or meal planning. It can also symbolize the act of eating or the feeling of hunger.

In a broader sense, this emoji can represent comfort and nourishment beyond the literal sense of food. For instance, it might be used in the context of self-care, symbolizing the nourishment of the mind and soul.

In a more playful usage, it could be used to indicate that someone is "eating up" or thoroughly enjoying a book, movie, or other form of entertainment, as in "I'm really 🥣 this new game!"

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🥣 is bowl with spoon, it is related to breakfast, cereal, congee, it can be found in emoji category: "🍓 Food & Drink" - "🍕 Prepared Food".

🥣Examples and Usage

🔸 Ouch, I woke up hungry in the morning. I need to make some breakfast.🥣

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🥣Basic Information

Emoji: 🥣
Shortname: bowl with spoon
Apple Name: bowl with spoon
Known as: Cereal Bowl
Codepoint: U+1F963 Copy
Decimal: ALT+129379
Unicode Version: 10.0 (2017-06-20)
Emoji Version: 5.0 (2017-06-20)
Categories: 🍓 Food & Drink
Sub Categories: 🍕 Prepared Food
Keywords: bowl with spoon | breakfast | cereal | congee

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