star of David ✡️

You might call it the Jewish star or the six-pointed star, but for the emoji, we call it the Star of David emoji. The Star of David is a star created by using two overlapping triangles. It is a symbolism of martyrdom and heroism that has been associated with the Jewish faith since the 19th century. The emoji version of the Star of David is in white with a bright purple and square background.

A way of using the Star of David emoji is using it as a Judaism symbol. Judaism is one of the oldest religions worshipping only one god. So it’s natural that there are many Jews in modern society using this emoji to proclaim their religion. If you aren’t a Jew, you may still use it as explaining that your friend is a Jew. Basically, using a Star of David relates to anything Jewish.

You can also use it whenever you are celebrating traditional holidays such as the Hanukkah, the Passover, or the Purim. Placing the Menorah emoji next to the Star of David implies the celebration of Hanukkah. Going to the synagogue can also be translated using the synagogue emoji with the Star of David and the Praying Hands emoji.

✡️ Star Of David is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 1.1 which was introduced in 1993, and was added to Emoji 0.7.

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This Star Of David Is Also Known As:

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Star Of David Emoji History

Star Of David Emoji is created in the year 1993.

Star Of David Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    2721 FE0F
  • Version
    Version 1.1
  • Year
    1993