Meaning: An open blue palm facing upwards with an eye at the center. The Hamsa Hand emoji represents the Hamsa, a sacred symbol mostly revered by Jews, Muslims, and Buddhists. It’s also known as the Hand of Miriam amongst the Jewish community and the Hand of Fatima in Islam.
The Hamsa Hand is believed to be divine, and capable of warding off evil or the evil eye, which is prominently resisted by the 🧿 Nazar Amulet too. This emoji signifies all the beliefs held by this symbol and the benefits it could offer, such as happiness, prosperity, good luck, and safety.
🚨 Please Note: This is an upcoming emoji currently in draft status. It is not available on any device as of yet. This emoji is expected to be released as part of the Unicode 14.0 in the year 2022.
How and When to Use the Hamsa Hand Emoji
- Given that the hamsa could protect from evil, you may apply this emoji as a gesture of goodwill. For example, “Safe journey, my love” or “Don’t worry. It’ll all be alright (hamsa emoji)”. You could also drop this emoji into any verbatim signifying a constant state of well-wishing.
- Similarly, this emoji can also be used as a symbol of good luck.
- You could also use this emoji in the religious contexts we mentioned in the previous section. That is, while sharing content related to those religions via posts or text.
- If you’re one to believe in the evil eye, then this emoji could be your virtual expression of protection against that eye. Besides, the ‘evil eye’ doesn’t always indicate a villainish eye, it could also be evil intentions.
- The hamsa hand is a popular tattoo idea. So, if you’re suggesting it to someone or announcing your own tattoo on social media, then you could use this emoji.
- Hand of Fatima
- Hand of Miriam
- Helping Hand
- Evil Eye Resistant
- Hand Amulet