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🧿Meaning and Description

There is a dark blue eyeball wrapped in the white of the eye in the blue round frame. This is the Nazar amulet, also called the Nazar ball. It is 🇹🇷 Turkish traditional amulet used to drive away The evil gaze thus blesses people safe and sound. Generally used to represent amulets. Related to him is 😈 evil, 🙏 bless, 🍀 good luck.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🧿 is nazar amulet, it is related to bead, charm, evil-eye, nazar, talisman, it can be found in emoji category: " Objects" - "🚬 other-object".

Wikipedia: 🧿 Nazar (amulet)
A nazar (from Arabic ‏نَظَر‎ Arabic pronunciation: [naðˤar], word deriving from Arabic, meaning sight, surveillance, attention, and other related concepts) is an eye-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. Hindi-Urdu, Pashto, Bengali, Kurdish, Persian, Punjabi, and other languages have borrowed the term as well. In Turkey, it is known by the name nazar boncuğu (the latter word being a derivative of boncuk, "bead", and the former borrowed from Arabic), in Greece is known as mati (the evil eye). In Persian and Afghan folklore, it is called a cheshm nazar (Persian: چشم نظر‎) or nazar qurbāni (Persian: نظرقربانی‎). In India and Pakistan, the Hindi-Urdu slogan Chashm-e-Baddoor is used to ward off the evil eye. In the Indian subcontinent, the phrase "Nazar lag gai" is used to indicate that one has been affected by the evil eye.It is commonly believed that the evil eye can be given in the guise of a compliment, signifying its connection to the destructive power of jealousy. Amulets such as the Nazar are used in accordance with common sayings such as "an eye for an eye", where another eye can be used to protect the recipient of the malefic gaze. The evil eye causes its victim to become unwell the next day, unless a protective phrase such as "With the will of God" ("MashAllah" in Arabic) is recited. Among adherents of Hinduism and Islam in South Asia, when a mother observes that her child is being excessively complimented, it is common for them to attempt to neutralize the effects of the evil eye (nazar utarna) by "holding red chillies in one hand and circling the child's head a few times, then burning the chillies." 🔗 Nazar (amulet)
🌐: Qotaz, Назар, Nazar (amulet), Nazar-Amulett, Nazar (amuleto), نظرقربانی, Nazar boncuk, Nazar, ナザール・ボンジュウ, 나자르 본주우, Nazar (amulet), Nazar, Olho turco, Назар (амулет), Nazar (hajmali), Назар, Nazar, Nazar boncuğu, Назар (амулет), 邪眼 (中東).

🧿Examples and Usage

🔸 A horcrus is an object whether it's a little amulet🧿, or a goblin or a sword. which has within it a bit of Voldemort's power, or so.
🔸 🇹🇷 If you travel to Turkey, you can buy a 🧿Nazar amulet as a souvenir🎁!

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Date Range: 2018-03-25 - 2023-03-19
Update Time: 2023-03-23 17:38:44 UTC
🧿and in the last five years, the popularity of this emoji has continued to rise.In 2017 and 2018, the trend of its popularity converge.

🧿Basic Information

Emoji: 🧿
Shortname: nazar amulet
Apple Name: nazar amulet
Known as: Evil Eye Talisman | Nazar Boncuğu
Codepoint: U+1F9FF Copy
Decimal: ALT+129535
Unicode Version: 11.0 (2018-05-21)
Emoji Version: 11.0 (2018-05-21)
Categories: ⌚ Objects
Sub Categories: 🚬 other-object
Keywords: bead | charm | evil-eye | nazar | nazar amulet | talisman

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