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Hop around with the Cricket emoji! This emoji displays a cricket, a leaping insect with vertically flattened bodies. The cricket emoji has a brown body, two antennas on top of its head, and two long legs that appear to be folded. It is commonly used to discuss crickets, or the grasshopper.

Crickets are most active when there is silence, and they are the only ones who can be heard. If you’re familiar with comedy, you’ll know that the cricket noise is used when someone tells a flop joke and no one reacts.

On the other hand, on Tiktok, the cricket emoji becomes a twerking emoji when it is followed by a Mosquito emoji. The emoji pattern apparently visually symbolizes the motion of twerking, or booty shaking.

Users sometimes refer to this emoji as the grasshopper emoji because grasshoppers and crickets are both able to jump and look a little similar. However, these insects are two different animals. A grasshopper is larger than a cricket. In terms of color, crickets are black or brown, while the common grasshopper is green.

Other users like to call the cricket emoji, the cicada emoji. However, the opinion that cicadas and crickets are the same thing is fundamentally wrong. Crickets have a short body and wings, while cicadas have a small torso and elongated wings, among other differences.

On a more playful note, there are some users that like to use the nickname, Jiminy Cricket emoji, after the talking cricket in the Disney animated feature film โ€œPinocchio.โ€

๐Ÿฆ— Cricket is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 10.0 which was introduced in 2017.

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This Cricket Is Also Known As:

โŠ› cricket

cicada emoji

grasshopper emoji

Cricket Emoji History

Cricket Emoji is created in the year 2017.

Cricket Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F997
  • Version
    Version 10.0
  • Year
    2017