All Animals emojis with their meaning

Emojis are very useful in expressing feelings more so when you don’t want to write them. Emojis are also a faster way of composing short messages which are easy to understand since they convey the message in a more visual way.

Basically, there are over 1500 emojis available and the possibility of mastering all of them is very minimal. You don’t have to master the meaning of all emojis, but understanding the meaning of the major and most commonly used emojis will help you promote your communication with others.

 

This article is published to help you understand all emojis. This article will help you understand the meanig of  all the Animals emojis with their meaning as well as highlight to you confusing emojis that people often mistake.

Here are all the Animals emojis with their meaning

 Dog Face

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A sweet dog face with a panting tongue and floppy ears. Stands for unconditional loyalty and attention. Can refer to your own pet (“I love my dog.“) or to people (“You sly dog!“).

 

 Hamster Face

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I like you! Sweet hamster with pink ears and gray-orange face. Mostly a popular pet for children. It hoards provisions and laps in the spinning wheel. It symbolizes inner peace and contentment.

 

 Bunny Face

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Cute bunny face in cartoon style with two long ears. Can be used for easter or for spring in general. Many people associate it with cuddly fur, family spirit and an active sex life.

 

Fox Face

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You sly old fox! The red fox with the fluffy tail is a family animal. It is considered particularly cunning and smart. In fairy tales, it exploits the weaknesses of others, deceives and is treacherous.

 

Bear

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A cute teddy bear. Is considered cuddly. The bear can stand on two legs like a human. Is admired for its strength and power, but also feared.

 

Panda

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I’m going to a Cro concert! Pandas come from China, feed on bamboo and are threatened with extinction. You find something totally cute or as an expression of affection within friendships.

 

Koala

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The koala stands for cuteness or amiability and awakens protective instincts. The second best-known animal in Australia feeds on eucalyptus and sleeps 20 hours a day.

 

Tiger Face

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The magnificent animal stands for strength, felinity and appetite. Central importance in Asia. There, the tiger is considered a wise leader (Buddhism) and national animal (India), it is a symbol of bravery and strength (China) and a Chinese zodiac.

 

Pig Head

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Pigs might fly! At New Year’s Eve the pig is one of the favorite lucky charms, apart from the chimney sweep. Represents prosperity and wealth.

 

Lion Face

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A cute lion face, the king of animals and the jungle. A powerful, dangerous predator, a sublime ruler over its pack and a symbol of power.

 

Frog Face

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I have a frog in the throat! In mythology, stands for fertility, death and rebirth. Can also be seen in connection with prince charming (kiss the frog). Also known as Kermit, the frog from the Muppet Show.

 

Monkey Face

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That’s monkey business! “You are a cheeky monkey!“ or “Real brass monkey weather!“. Can also be used in a playful way, while fooling around or referring to the animal itself.

 

See-No-Evil Monkey

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Monkey with two hands in front of its eyes. Closes its eyes to the world so as not to see anything bad or cruel, or is embarrassed. Mizaru is one of the three wise monkeys. In a sense, ignoring bad things.

Speak-No-Evil Monkey

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Monkey is holding both hands over its mouth. Keeps a secret, will not talk about something, wants to speak no evil or what it just said slipped out of its mouth. Iwazaru is part of the three wise monkeys.

 

Hear-No-Evil Monkey

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Monkey is holding both hands over its ears. Doesn’t want to hear anything unpleasant or negative. Avoids the truth and does not listen. Kikazaru is one of the three wise monkeys.

 

Monkey

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Softly, softly catchee monkey! The naughty monkey stands for activity, joy, playfulness. Term of endearment for foolish persons and children who climb a lot. May also mean “Don‘t monkey about!“ or “I’m chilling at home“. Often used in the context of animals, zoos and forests.

 

Chicken

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In general, stands for fear and cowardice (“You are a chicken“). Appears in many phrases: “To get up with the chickens“, “To dance the funky chicken“, “To feel like a spring chicken“ or “to chicken out“. Chinese zodiac sign in the horoscope.

Penguin

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The penguin is a symbol of coldness. Tells a person that he or she is particularly awkward, gawkish or clumsy. Also symbolizes balance and reason. Can also announce an addition to the family.

Bird

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Tell me about the birds and the bees. Flip someone the bird or to be a bird brain. Bird emoticon stands for freedom and fantasy. Can also symbolize the soul on a spiritual level.

 

Chick in Eggshell

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A sweet fledgling is hatching from its egg. Popular symbol for Easter. Stands for recommencement, cuteness or the birth of a baby.

Chick in Frontal View

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An oversized head, yellow feathers, beak and big eyes. The cute, newly hatched chick expresses innocence and ignorance. “I had no idea“ or “I cannot help it.“

Owl

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A symbol of wisdom. The nocturnal owl cannot shake off a negative superstition. In spooky scenes in movies you can often hear the characteristic call of the owl.

Bat

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Emoji for Batman. The nocturnal bat served as a template for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The only mammal that can fly. Represents immortality and reincarnation.

 

Wolf Face

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The lonely wolf howling at the moon. In fairytales like “Little Red Riding Hood“ or “The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats“ often an evil character, like a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Symbol for independence, but also strong family spirit.

 

Unicorn

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The unicorn: a white horse with magical powers and a horn on its forehead. The mythical creatures represent uniqueness, innocence, virginity, and childlike naivety. Symbol for the good.

Ladybug

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I wish you luck! The red ladybug with the black dots is considered a lucky symbol and is often found on birthday cards.

 

Mosquito

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You are as nerve-racking as a mosquito! There are 3600 species worldwide, around 100 of those can be found in Germany. You will meet the annoying pests mostly in the evening hours and in the proximity of water. Only the female mosquitoes bite, they need a blood meal for their egg production.

 

Horse Face

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Horses are considered loyal and smart. Popular as farm animals and means of transportation. Inspirational and powerful. Insult to people with less attractive face and pronounced jaw as well as loudly laughing people.

 

Spider

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Worldwide, the sight of the spider is associated with fear and disgust. Chat partner wants to shock you or annoy you badly. Symbol for Halloween or Spiderman.

Cobweb

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Someone has been netted! The web spun with spider silk is primarily used for catching prey. May indicate a trap or danger. Symbol for Halloween and scary things.

 

Turtle

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Turtles live to be between 40 and 100 years old and they move very slowly. You have a quiet day, you are moving or somebody dresses up in carnival as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.

 

Snake

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The hissing snake stands for furtiveness and deception. A person pretends to be your friend, but is badmouthing you behind your back. Also represents a zodiac sign in the Chinese horoscope.

 

Scorpion

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Eight legs, two pincers and a poison sting. In sagas and myths, the scorpion is usually a dangerous and deadly creature. They are prevalent worldwide and only a few species are dangerous. One of the twelve zodiac signs.

 

Octopus

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The octopus has up to eight arms, including a favorite arm and is considered smart. Is also used in a kitschy way because of its cute appearance, e.g., “I want to snuggle up to you.“ In connection with traveling and diving or the ability to do many things at the same time.

 

Lobster

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We are having a good time with lobster and champagne! The red sea creatures live to get up to 100 years old and cover 160 km annually. Represents holidays, the sea and exquisite dinners.

 

Crab

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Prawns and hermit crabs can stand for isolation and loneliness. Represent the sea, the underwater world or also food. Could also mean: You only move sideways!

 

Puffer Fish

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Careful, I’m dangerous! Puffer fish can inflate in case of danger and raise its quills. This makes it almost impossible for the enemy to scoff it. As a warning: do not mess with me! Despite its poison, a delicacy in Japan.

 

Fish

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That’s a bit fishy! Fishing for compliments or being neither fish nor fowl. Fish are masters of camouflage and adaptation. Also used in connection with eating fish, with swimming, or the sea.

Dolphin

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Flipper! An American children’s series. Dolphins are highly intelligent mammals. They live together in families.

 

Whale

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Very large marine mammal with massive body. The whale has no natural enemies. They are among the oldest animals in the world and are considered to be guardians of knowledge. Insult for overweight people.

 

Leopard

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The leopard is one of the fastest and most graceful big cats and symbolizes wildness, elegance, beauty and power. Can stand for a vacation in Asia or Africa. Or you want to buy new leggings with the typical pattern.

 

Elephant

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This house is a white elephant, you are the elephant in the room or you are seeing pink elephants. The heaviest surviving land mammal stands for wisdom. We are going on holiday: to a safari in Africa or to Asia. Unflattering symbol for an overweight person.

 

Hippopotamus

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We’re going on a safari to the Kruger National Park! The hippopotamus is the second-heaviest land mammal after the elephant. The herbivores can show a very aggressive behavior. Due to its barrel-shaped physique, it is also used for people in an unflattering way.

 

Kangaroo

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We are going to the other end of the world! Apart from the koala, the kangaroo is the most famous animal in Australia. The world’s largest marsupial has even made it to the Australian coat of arms. Kangaroos are walking with their tail, they cannot run backwards and they do not sweat.

 

Honeybee

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As busy as a bee or to have a bee in your bonnet. Bees are structured like a social community. Each has its own fixed task and contributes its part to the success of the colony. Caution: A bee can also annoy and sting!

 

Caterpillar

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Caterpillars hatch from an egg, eat their way through all groceries, pupate and become a butterfly. As a larva usually thick and hairy, therefore also used to express aversion: That is disgusting and fulsome!

 

Butterfly

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Symbol of a positive transformation: from the unimpressive caterpillar to the beautiful butterfly. You are in love, have butterflies in your stomach. Summer is here!

 

Sea Shell

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During vacation, the shell can be found on the beach. If we hold a spiral shell to the ear, we can hear the sound of the sea. Refers to the coast or the ocean.

 

Ox

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I’m as strong as an ox! Powerful, tame working animal. Represents agriculture and rural areas. The ox roast is a symbol of the Bavarian “Wiesn”. We’re going to the Oktoberfest!

 

Pig

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One of the twelve zodiac signs in the Chinese horoscope. Represents pork on menus. Can also mean dirty, greedy or disgusting and be used pejoratively (“You sweat like a pig“).

 

Llama

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We are going to Peru! Llamas live in the South American Andes and belong to the animal family of camels. Cute facial expression, big eyes and cuddly fur. But beware: If danger threatens, it spits you in the face. Has replaced the unicorn as the new trend animal: “No dramas with llamas“, “No probllamas“.

 

Cat

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Let the cat out of the bag or “You think you’re the cat’s whiskers!“. Symbol for the cat lover or your own pet. The cat is said to have seven lives.

 

Turkey

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Happy Thanksgiving! The turkey lives in North and South America. It is a symbol of emotional security and proximity to the earth. Traditional food on Thanksgiving and Christmas. The turkey is easily irritable and then blurts out angry sounds.

 

Dove

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Let’s get rid of disputes and conflicts! White dove with olive branch in beak. The dove is a symbol of peace all over the world.

 

Peacock

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He is flouncing around like a peacock! In order to attract females, the peacock raises its feathers into a fan. Symbol of beauty, wealth and love. Also the epitome of vanity.

 

Parrot

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You parrot everyone or “She put her parrot make-up on“. The tropical bird with the bright colors is able to repeat words and even imitate telephone ringing.

 

Swan

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From the ugly duckling to the beautiful swan. The graceful bird with a long neck and brilliant white plumage appears in many myths and fairy tales. The swan commits itself to its partner for life. Symbolizes loyalty and purity.

 

Bunny

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Happy Easter or “That’s cute!“ The bunny is usually sent on Easter and in spring. In addition, the bunny is in fourth place of the Chinese zodiac signs and is used to wish a happy New Year. The next year of the bunny is 2023.

 

Raccoon

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There is a raccoon in the attic! Zorro on four paws. The cute, masked small bear with a striking black and white face originally comes from North America. The loner is nocturnal, color-blind and a good climber.

 

Badger

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You are smart and quick! The white stripe on its head is characteristic of the badger. The nocturnal animal spends most of its time in underground caves, which it digs itself. Badgers are brave, live in packs and hibernate in winter.

 

Mouse

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Poor as a church mouse or to play cat and mouse with someone. Can also refer to someone who is small, quiet and unobtrusive.

 

Rat

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Easily confused with the mouse emoji. The rat is one of the twelve zodiac signs in the Chinese horoscope. It is also used negatively as an insult (“to rat on someone“) for traitors and untrustworthy persons.

 

Chipmunk

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Alvin and the Chipmunks. The cute animals live in America and in contrast to the squirrel they have stripes. It can store its food in the thick cheeks to feed on it later unhurriedly. Let’s go for a walk in the park!

 

Hedgehog

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Small and cute, but can fight back! Raises its quills if in danger. I want to coil up like a hedgehog! The hedgehog hibernates and perks up only at dusk. The most famous (blue) hedgehog from the Sonic video game runs as fast as the sound and collects rings.

 

Dragon

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This is terrible or fantastic! As the master of all elements of nature, the dragon is a mythical figure in the Japanese and Chinese traditions. Can also be found in company logos.

 

Conclusion

The list is unbelievably long and mastering commonly and most popular emojis will make your conversation with others interesting and much easier. Hope you have learnt alot from this post. Kindly feel free to share the link of this post with your friends.




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