Capricorn

Show how proud you are to be a Capricorn, and share the Capricorn emoji all day, everyday! The Capricorn emoji is represented by a simple glyph encased in a box. This glyph is a colored recreation of the Capricorn astrological sign.

Out of all the astrology symbols, Capricorn’s is one of the most unique, it’s a picture of a sea goat, a creature with the tail of a fish, and the hoof of a goat. Based on stories from astrologers, the sea goat sign came from the story of Greek God Pan, a half-man, half-goat who jumped into a river to run away from a beast. Half his body was transformed into a fish’s tail.

The Capricorn emoji is okay for single use or as a stand alone response. Most of the time, it is used to describe someone with Capricorn-like qualities. If someone you know is responsible and reliable with a sound sense of foundation, use this emoji to describe them. It is okay to put other zodiac emojis beside or after the Capricorn emoji. If you’re talking about elements, you can put the Virgo emoji with it since they are both Earth signs.

Another way to put two zodiac emojis one after the other would be while doing sign pairings. Sign pairings reveal to someone how they’re likely to relate to someone else based on their zodiac sign. If you’ve got a friend who is a Libra or a Gemini, and you’re a Capricorn, put the Libra emoji and Gemini emoji beside the Capricorn emoji to talk about how compatible you all are as friends.

Capricorn is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 1.1 which was introduced in 1993.

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Capricorn Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 595 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Capricorn Emoji History

Capricorn Emoji is created in the year 1993.

Capricorn Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    2651
  • Version
    Version 1.1
  • Year
    1993