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Set your virtual world on fire with the Fire emoji! This emoji consists of a red and orange flickering flame symbol. It’s very popular and is used in many different meanings depending on the context. A major emoji meaning, though, is to show something is hot or on fire.ย 

Itโ€™s used for a number of fire-related metaphorical expressions too, such as the slang term “hot,” which means attractive. Now thatโ€™s one fire emoji meaning you donโ€™t mind being used on you! If you want to say that someone is as hot as a flame, give them the Fire emoji!

This emoji is usually called the “bonfire emoji” as well. Meanwhile, millennials and Gen Z-ers love referring to it as the “lit emoji,” from the term “lit.” Lit is a slang term used by the young to describe something amazing.ย 

Be careful when and how you use “lit,” because the flame emoji meaning in this particular case turns out to be double-ended, as “lit” can also be slang for “intoxicated.”ย 

Another hot trend is to make Facebook and chat messages stand out with ASCII art versions of emojis. ASCII art is a digital art form that creates text pictures with text symbols. If you want a fire ASCII symbol, there are ASCII text art generators online to do it for you. Just type in the word, fonts, and a fire text symbol drawing will appear. If you donโ€™t have a particular font in mind, there are fire symbol text art samples online to draw inspiration from.ย 

One of the most popular Fire emoji combinations circulating on the Internet is a makeshift fireball emoji. Since fireballs havenโ€™t been turned into emojis yet, when users want to talk about them they usually put a ball emoji after the flame symbol. Meanwhile, if you want to show youโ€™re about to set something on fire, since a match emoji hasnโ€™t been made yet, place the Wood emoji beside the Fire emoji.

 

How To Use Fire Emoji On Different Platformsย 

 

The Fire emoji is a special symbol that can be used on various social media platforms and operating systems. Many people use this emoji to show their warmth and enthusiasm for life.ย 

Each Android device with a keyboard has an individual set of emojis that can be used on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and all other social apps. When messaging, commenting, or even posting, the emojis function properly. The Android Fire emoji is included in that set.

Hundreds of emoji are available on the iPhone, all of which are free to use if you enable its built-in emoji keyboard. To do that, just go to the Settings app, click on the General tab, Keyboard, select Keyboards, then Add New Keyboard. Swipe through the list until you find Emoji, then click. Once youโ€™ve accomplished that, your desired Fire emoji iPhone version will appear on your deviceโ€™s emoji keyboard.ย 

Looking for a way to improve your message game? Facebook Messenger has a few tricks up its sleeve, such as new fire effects to add to your messages. In the message box, tap on the Sticker button at the right side of the chat box, click on Effects, and pick the Fire effect. The Facebook Fire symbol will immediately appear!

Meanwhile, a flame icon Snapchat version will show up on the popular social media platform if you and a friend are participating in a “Snapstreak.” How to make it appear? You and your pal should snap three days in a row to start a streak. In all these versions, the emoji meaning of the Fire icon stays the same.ย 

If you want to give your social media posts a little bit of flair, accessing and placing Ascii fire text art is even easier. Most sites allow users to copy and paste these art pieces using buttons below each piece. Lastly, if you want to make your own version of a Fire emoji, you wonโ€™t run out of how to do Fire emoji types of tutorials online.

๐Ÿ”ฅ Fire is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Fire Is Also Known As:

flame emoji

lit emoji

blue fire emoji

fireball emoji

burning emoji

burn emoji

on fire emoji

Fire Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 31 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Fire Emoji History

Fire Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Fire Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F525
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010