Have you ever used the emoji of the person in turban? Do you know its meaning? Here we tell you so you know when to use it.
The arrival of emojis to the digital world has made it easier for users to express their feelings in conversations on WhatsApp and other platforms. They are generally divided into six categories, including yellow faces, food, animals, weather conditions, numbers, and symbols.
Currently, it is very common to replace words or phrases with an emoji that expresses exactly what you want to say. WhatsApp has made its catalog of emojis available to everyone, which makes their real meaning clear, be it happiness, sadness, dream, anger, disappointment, among others, but there are some more whose interpretation is subject to different cultural contexts depending on the environment of the person using them.
Today we have to talk about the emoji of the person with a WhatsApp turban, which has two variations “Man Wearing Turban” (male) and “Woman Wearing Turban” (female). This emoticon was added to Emoji 4.0 in 2016.
We can see the image of a man or a woman covered with long cloth. Generally Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs wear turbans. Users can apply this emoticon when referring to the religion or some national traditions of some people. It can also be given a fun context, such as if the user wants to talk about turban fashion. Also women can use it when they refer to the action that they have just come out of bathing and have a towel turban on their head. To give strength to this idea you could add emojis like Girl, Woman or Nail polish, etc.
It is important to mention that, despite having the same Unicode coding, each platform can vary the design of each emoji to adapt to its operating system or interface. On many occasions this generates a great difference in the interpretation of the same symbol.