Meaning: A description of a human hand with the thumb crossed behind the forefinger/index finger. Although shown in yellow, this emoji will be available in all skin tones.
The Hand With Index and Thumb Crossed emoji is a South-Korea-inspired gesture called the “finger heart”. It represents a heart and with that, other aspects such as love, cuteness, adoration, and warmth. This emoji may also suggest money, expensiveness, and a snap as well.
🚨 Please Note: This emoji is officially approved in September 2021, as part of the Unicode 14.0 release. It will be available on all major platforms and devices during the latter half of 2021 and all through 2022.
How and When to Use the Hand With Index Finger and Thumb Crossed Emoji
- If you’re showing that you love or adore something in the comments section, in your stories, post captions, or text messages, you can use this emoji. You may also apply it as a way of saying “I love you “.
- You could use this emoji to indicate that something is unaffordable, costly, and pricey. For instance, “Oooh. Nice shirt, but ”.
- In a similar context, this emoji may be sent to those who owe you money as well. Like, “Umm. How about that money you owe me? “.
- The finger heart is honestly a cute gesture. So, if you’re posting something cute, showing cuteness in any way, or responding to something cute, drop in this emoji.
- Use this emoji to show your love for K-Pop, South Korean culture, art, fashion anything to with this part of the world.
- Finger Heart
- Money Gesture
- Snapping Finger
- Photo Pose
- South Korea