Hope for good luck, hope for the best, share the Crossed Fingers emoji to people you care about. This emoji shows a human hand with two fingers emoji, the middle and index finger, extended and crossed over each other. It is often used to wish someone luck or to show hope for something. This is one of the reasons why some people call it the hope emoji.
Ever wondered why people cross their fingers at all? The fingers crossed meaning behind the action dates as far back as before Christianity. It was first used by two people crossing their index fingers to form a cross. The pagans believed that a cross was a symbol of good luck, so by doing it they were sharing or conjuring good luck.
Feel free to share just the Crossed Fingers emoji or to combine it with other, similar, hopeful emojis like the Four Leaf Clover emoji or Magic 8 Ball emoji for a greater impact. The Fingers Crossed emoji, across platforms, provides the following skin variations: Light Skin Tone Crossed Fingers, Medium-Light Skin Tone Crossed Fingers, Medium Skin Tone Crossed Fingers, Medium-Dark Skin Tone Crossed Fingers, and Dark Skin Tone Crossed Fingers emojis.
Crossed Fingers is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016.
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