top hat 🎩

This emoji is the perfect icon for you when you want to be a gentleman, even during chats or texts! Amp up your chivalrous approach with the Top Hat emoji. This emoji depicts a black top hat worn by British men for formal occasions and events. The headwear also has a colored band around it. And depending on the platform, these hues may be gold, blue, or purple.

You can use this hat emoji every time you greet someone via text or chat. It is a known custom to tip hats when two people greet or give salutations to each other. Now, you could also tip your hat when you greet someone with “good morning” or “good day.” With this emoji, your courtesy and salutation will also be more noticeable.

Hat tipping is not just done when greeting someone. It is also applicable when you want to give your acknowledgment. When you want to give the respect someone is due, feel free to send them statements such as “I tip my hat to you,” followed by this emoji.

And if you want to use this icon comically, use this emoji every time you greet or talk to someone in a “gentleman-like” manner. For instance, instead of saying “Hello everyone” or “Good morning,” you may replace it with “Salutations, my brethren” or “Top of the morning.” Sure, it does sound a bit odd and unusual, but that is why it can be amusing to some people.

This top hat emoji is also known as the monopoly emoji as it is one of the iconic playing piece in the Monopoly game.

🎩 Top Hat is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Top Hat Is Also Known As:

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magic hat emoji

monopoly emoji

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Top Hat Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 409 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Top Hat Emoji History

Top Hat Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Top Hat Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F3A9
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010