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The menorah emoji, also known as the menorah, with nine branches, is a representation of Jewish faith. Social media users often call this emoji the Hanukkah emoji, because of the menorah candleโ€™s importance during the Hanukkah celebration by the Hebrews.

The menorah candle is a candelabrum or chanukiah that is lit during the eight days of Hanukkah. Menorah, meaning light stand, has been part of the Jewish culture since the biblical eras and has been present inside many Jewish temples. They have embedded it into their tradition and culture that the menorah has also become a state symbol of Israel. You can usually see the menorah depicted similarly to other religious symbols: a plain white design with a purple background.

They often place the menorah emoji and the Star of David emoji side-by-side to represent Judaism. If you place these two emojis together, the reader will easily understand that you are referring to Judaism since they are the two most well-known symbols of the religion. The same goes for placing the menorah emoji with the Israel Flag emoji.

You can also place the menorah alongside the Candle emoji and Fire emoji to represent lighting the candle. Using some of the keycap number emojis will aid the reader to know which day you are on when celebrating Hanukkah as well. Another example of using this emoji is placing a menorah and a Gift emoji together. The emojis describe a fairly new tradition of gift-giving among family members and friends during Hanukkah season.

๐Ÿ•Ž Menorah is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 8.0 which was introduced in 2015.

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This Menorah Is Also Known As:

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Menorah Emoji History

Menorah Emoji is created in the year 2015.

Menorah Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F54E
  • Version
    Version 8.0
  • Year
    2015