dolphin 🐬

Let’s welcome one of the smartest animals in the ocean in the form of the Dolphin emoji! This emoji represents one of the ocean’s most celebrated animals: the dolphin. These animals are sociable, intelligent, and have been known to symbolize reincarnation, rebirth, and renewal. The emoji version of these dolphins emoji version is usually seen in gray or blue skins with white bellies.

The dolphin emoji meaning can change depending on what kind of person you are and what age group you belong to. Some people are fans of the Miami Dolphins, a football team in Miami, and use this emoji to support their favorite team during their competitions and promotional events.

You can also use the dolphin to refer to water activities involving dolphins. An example of this is visiting an aquarium or wildlife ocean reserve and using the Tropical Fish emoji, Shark emoji, and the dolphin emoji to describe the animals you see there.

You can also refer to the male phallic organ when using the dolphin emoji. This is possible by placing the Eggplant emoji next to it and a pair of Scissors emoji or the Razor emoji. Using the dolphin to refer to the male phallic organ is possible because of the dolphin slang term, which means to shave to the point of being as sleek and shiny as the body of a dolphin.

Since both the dolphin and the shark are natural enemies, it is also appropriate to use the two together with the Prohibited emoji. This is a gentle reminder that both sharks and emojis cannot be in close proximity, and using this set can be applicable when teaching others of the dangers of placing them together.

🐬 Dolphin is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Dolphin Is Also Known As:

⊛ dolphin

miami dolphins emoji

Dolphin Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 355 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Dolphin Emoji History

Dolphin Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Dolphin Emoji Unicode Data

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    Version 6.0
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