Do you know someone who acts or even looks monstrous? If you do, tease them a little bit with the Ogre emoji!
This emoji displays an oni, a traditional ogre in Japanese culture. It has a red face with wide eyes, two horns, a large nose, sharp fangs, and a shaggy mane of hair. Its horns may appear red or yellow depending on the platform.
If you would like to describe someone as monstrous, whether physically or metaphorically, feel free to add this oni emoji when you do. For example, you know someone who is monstrously song. Maybe they managed to push a heavy object or lift something massive on their own, without any assistance at all. If that is the case, acknowledge their strength while adding this emoji. However, be careful not to use the ogre emoji for serious insults!
Alternatively, you can use this icon if you are talking about Japan’s monsters, and may also be referred to as “yōkai.” These supernatural beings also include other fascinating creatures such as kappa, tengu, yurei, and many more. So, if you enjoy discussing demons, ghosts, monsters, and any other possible types of nightmare fuel, the ogre emoji will fit in your conversation.
Ogre is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.
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This Ogre Is Also Known As:
oni mask emoji
japanese ogre emoji
japanese demon emoji
demon mask emoji
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Ogre Emoji is created in the year 2010.
Ogre Emoji In Other LanguagesOgre Emoji 怪物 表情符号 Boeman Emoji Ogre Emoji Unhold Emoji ओग्रे इमोजी Monster Emoji Oni Emoji オーガ 絵文字 괴물 이모티콘 Ogro Emoji Великан-людоед Эмодзи Ogro Emoji Ogre Emoji غول إيموجي
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