โณ Hourglass Not Done

Expresses:

Time, Passing Time, Thereโ€™s Time, Ongoing Time, Countdown, Available Time

โณ Meaning: A similar design as the โŒ› Hourglass Done emoji, the only difference being, the top half of the glass is full and the sand is pouring into the lower half with the intent of filling it.

The โŒ› Hourglass Not Done emoji signifies ongoing time. It suggests that thereโ€™s still time left and the continuous flow of time that waits and stops for nothing or no one. It could also represent the phrase youโ€™ve still got time.

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How and When to Use the โŒ› Hourglass Not Done Emoji

  • Using โŒ› in any framework automatically signifies that thereโ€™s still time. So, if someoneโ€™s panicking about not finishing something in time, you could use this emoji to calm their nerves โ€“ โ€œYouโ€™ve still got time, bud. Calm down and focus โŒ›โ€.
  • The hourglass, besides being a measurement of time, itโ€™s also a stencil or shape given to something or someoneโ€™s physique. If youโ€™re implying the hourglass body shape in any context, you can use โŒ›. Like, โ€œWho the hell made the hourglass the standard body shape?! โŒ›โ€.
  • โŒ› can be used in general contexts relating to โ€˜timeโ€™. For instance, โ€œHustle now. Time and opportunities ainโ€™t gonna wait for nobody โŒ›โ€.
  • While texting someone about how โ€œtime fliesโ€, you can use โŒ› โ€“ โ€œDamn! Itโ€™s November already?! Felt like January just a few blinks back โŒ›โ€.
  • You could also use โŒ› to represent a countdown.

Other Names

  • โŒ› Filling Hourglass
  • โŒ› Hourglass
  • โŒ› Flowing Sand in an Hourglass
  • โŒ› Passing Time
  • โŒ› Time Flies
  • โŒ› Moving Time