chestnut 🌰

Get to know different nuts with the chestnut emoji! This emoji shows an acorn-shaped nut with a reddish brown body and brown sharp tip which is the chestnut design used in all social media platforms.

Chestnuts have a lot of interesting things about them that people rarely know. It is actually a healthy type of nut because it is filled with carbohydrates and is the only nut that contains vitamin C. The oldest recorded chestnut tree can be found in Mount Etna, Sicily, that is living up to 4,000 years old and chestnuts have been cultivated since then.

These nuts are actually accessible to many which is why it became a staple food for the poor in some countries in Europe and Asia. They can easily be picked out from chestnut trees which are widespread in these places.

If you are in Japan during the New Years, you can use the chestnut emoji to symbolize mastery and strength for the rest of the upcoming year. The emoji can also be used alongside the Sushi emoji and Shrimp emoji to represent other traditional Japanese food.

Christian social media users can use the chestnut emoji to symbolize chastity based on their early Christian roots.

This emoji is not commonly used because of its limited meaning. But with its cute and pretty emoji design, it can be used along with other emojis to convey a message. Just make sure to not mistake it for the acorn emoji.

🌰 Chestnut is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Chestnut Is Also Known As:

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Chestnut Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 601 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Chestnut Emoji History

Chestnut Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Chestnut Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F330
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010