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If you had a challenging leg workout in the gym or at home, then this is the emoji to use! The Leg emoji displays a human leg bent at the knee.

The emoji’s default color is yellow. However, it also has other skin tones. These include Light Skin Tone Leg, Medium-Light Skin Tone Leg, Medium Skin Tone Leg, Medium-Dark Skin Tone Leg and Dark Skin Tone Leg. There is also the Mechanical Leg emoji, which replaces the human leg with a prosthetic one.

When people want to flex their muscles, they often use the Flexed Bicep emoji. However, you can also use the leg emoji if you are proud of your leg muscle gains.

Let’s say you are proud of your squat or leg press strength, and you posted a video doing these exercises. This emoji would fit in perfectly as these exercises strengthen leg muscles while giving your legs a more muscular definition. Not to mention, it really would not make sense if you used the flexed bicep in your post as you are not using your upper body that much for these workouts.

Alternatively, you can use this emoji to compliment someone who has nice legs. But be careful not to use this emoji on people you’re not close with, as you might wrongly come off as creepy or pervy. So if your friend wears a nice swimsuit or rocked a pair of bottoms that shows his/her defined legs, comment or send them this emoji. Doing so will let them know that you are complimenting or acknowledging their nice legs.

🦵 Leg is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 11.0 which was introduced in 2018.

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Leg Emoji History

Leg Emoji is created in the year 2018.

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