axe 🪓

Got an axe to grind? Tell everyone with the Axe emoji. This emoji shows a picture of a chopping axe, a tool with a heavy metal blade and a long handle used. The type of axe mentioned here is commonly used for chopping wood or chopping trees.

People commonly send or share this emoji to talk about splitting wood or harvesting timber. In a more figurative sense, the Axe emoji may also be used as part of the popular saying, “got an axe grind.” In America, the term means “having an ulterior motive,” while in Britain, it means “having a conflict to take or a point of view to convey.”

Another popular use of this emoji in the context of firing, or removing someone from a job or organization. You can say something like, “She was axed from her job last year after embezzling funds.”

This type of emoji is not rare. It is a common entry in emoji sites. To access the Axe emoji, copy and paste action will do. Although it’s technically called Axe emoji, it is sometimes called the tomahawk emoji. In terms of usage, feel free to use just this emoji, or you may combine it with other emojis to form some sort of story, or to steer the conversation in another direction.

For instance, share the Axe emoji and Carpentry Saw emoji before the Lumberjack emoji to illustrate what a lumberjack does. A lumberjack is a person who cuts down trees and transports them to a sawmill.

🪓 Axe is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 12.0 which was introduced in 2019.

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This Axe Is Also Known As:

tomahawk emoji

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chop emoji

kratos emoji

battle axe emoji

axe emoticon

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Axe Emoji History

Axe Emoji is created in the year 2019.

Axe Emoji Unicode Data

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  • Version
    Version 12.0
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