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“🧏🏾‍♀️” meaning: deaf woman: medium-dark skin tone Emoji

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🧏🏾‍♀️Meaning and Description

Introducing the "🧏🏾‍♀️" emoji, commonly known as the "Deaf Woman" emoji. The woman is depicted facing forward and has a neutral facial expression. The hand is positioned near the ear, with the palm facing inward and the fingers slightly spread apart. The lines〰️ next to the hands represent dynamic hand movements. This emoji is often used to represent individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or to indicate the act of listening attentively.

The "🧏🏾‍♀️" emoji encapsulates the spirit of a deaf person, highlighting the importance of inclusive communication. It's ideal for expressing the presence or the discussion of deafness, hard-of-hearing conditions, or sign language, thereby promoting the visibility and inclusion of differently-abled individuals.

While its primary use is to symbolize someone who's deaf or hard of hearing, or to show support for the deaf community, it's also got some fun, informal uses in the world of social media. Whether it's a tongue-in-cheek way to say "I'm not listening," a method to express disbelief, a playful call-out for someone being secretive, or asking for a kiss on the cheek💑, this emoji adds spice to digital conversations. Remember, though, context and the sender's intention are key when interpreting these symbols.

The genderless version of this emoji is the "🧏", and the male version is "🧏‍♂️". By default, this emoji is depicted with a neutral skin tone but can be customized with different skin-tone options.
The "🧏🏾‍♀️" emoji encapsulates the spirit of a deaf person, highlighting the importance of inclusive communication. It's ideal for expressing the presence or the discussion of deafness, hard-of-hearing conditions, or sign language, thereby promoting the visibility and inclusion of differently-abled individuals.

While its primary use is to symbolize someone who's deaf or hard of hearing, or to show support for the deaf community, it's also got some fun, informal uses in the world of social media. Whether it's a tongue-in-cheek way to say "I'm not listening," a method to express disbelief, or a playful call-out for someone being secretive, this emoji adds spice to digital conversations. Remember, though, context and the sender's intention are key when interpreting these symbols.

The genderless version of this emoji is the "🧏", and the male version is "🧏‍♂️". By default, this emoji is depicted with a neutral skin tone but can be customized with different skin-tone options.

💡Extended reading and popular science

🧏🏾‍♀️ (deaf woman: medium-dark skin tone) = 🧏🏾 (deaf person: medium-dark skin tone) + ♀️ (female sign)
🧏🏾‍♀️ (deaf woman: medium-dark skin tone) = 🧏‍♀️ (deaf woman) + 🏾 (medium-dark skin tone)
🧏🏾‍♀️ (emoji style) = 🧏‍♀️ (no style) + emoji style


The meaning of emoji symbol 🧏🏾‍♀️ is deaf woman: medium-dark skin tone, it is related to deaf, medium-dark skin tone, woman, it can be found in emoji category: "👌 People & Body" - "🙋 person-gesture".

🧏🏾‍♀️ is a zero-width joiner sequence, which is formed by combining 1 ZWJ zero width joiner and 2 individual Emoji. These individual Emojis are: 🧏🏾 (deaf person: medium-dark skin tone), ♀️ (female sign). The new Emoji formed is displayed as a single Emoji: 🧏🏾‍♀️ on some platforms with good compatibility, but it may also be displayed as multiple Emojis put together: 🧏🏾♀️ on some platforms with poor compatibility.
Wikipedia: 🧏🏾‍♀️ Deafness
Deafness has varying definitions in cultural and medical contexts. In medical contexts, the meaning of deafness is hearing loss that precludes a person from understanding spoken language, an audiological condition. In this context it is written with a lower case d. It later came to be used in a cultural context to refer to those who primarily communicate through sign language regardless of hearing ability, often capitalized as Deaf and referred to as "big D Deaf" in speech and sign. The two definitions overlap but are not identical, as hearing loss includes cases that are not severe enough to impact spoken language comprehension, while cultural Deafness includes hearing people who use sign language, such as children of deaf adults. In a medical context, deafness is defined as a degree of hearing loss such that a person is unable to understand speech, even in the presence of amplification. In profound deafness, even the highest intensity sounds produced by an audiometer (an instrument used to measure hearing by producing pure tone sounds through a range of frequencies) may not be detected. In total deafness, no sounds at all, regardless of amplification or method of production, can be heard. In a cultural context, Deaf culture refers to a tight-knit cultural group of people whose primary language is signed, and who practice social and cultural norms which are distinct from those of the surrounding hearing community. This community does not automatically include all those who are clinically or legally deaf, nor does it exclude every hearing person. According to Baker and Padden, it includes any person or persons who "identifies him/herself as a member of the Deaf community, and other members accept that person as a part of the community", an example being children of deaf adults with normal hearing ability. It includes the set of social beliefs, behaviors, art, literary traditions, history, values, and shared institutions of communities that are influenced by deafness and which use sign languages as the main means of communication. Members of the Deaf community tend to view deafness as a difference in human experience rather than a disability or disease.Neurologically, language is processed in the same areas of the brain whether one is deaf or hearing. The left hemisphere of the brain processes linguistic patterns whether by signed languages or by spoken languages. 🔗 Deafness
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Emoji: 🧏🏾‍♀️
Shortname: deaf woman: medium-dark skin tone
Codepoint: U+1F9CF 1F3FE 200D 2640 FE0F Copy
Decimal: ALT+129487 ALT+127998 ALT+8205 ALT+9792 ALT+65039
Unicode Version: None
Emoji Version: 12.0 (2019-03-05) New
Categories: 👌 People & Body
Sub Categories: 🙋 person-gesture
Keywords: deaf | medium-dark skin tone | woman

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