🦘 Meaning: A full profile of a kangaroo standing with its strong tail resting on the floor, the face looking forward with perked up ears and the forelimbs held close to the body.
The first thing the 🦘 Kangaroo emoji evokes is Australia. But apart from significance to its partial origin (the other half being South America), it can also suggest a firm sense of balance, boxing and punching ability, and a great jumping span.
How and When to Use the 🦘 Kangaroo Emoji
- If you’re a boxer who loves kangaroos, then you must use 🦘 in your social media profile name. Apart from this niche, people who love kangaroos or those who love to identify their Australian or South American ethnicity with the roos, or social media pages that has ‘Kangaroo’ in it can use 🦘 in their social media profile names.
- If you’re sharing informative content related to kangaroos, Australian/South American tourism and/or safari, and any such related themes, you can use 🦘 in the captions.
- If you’ve nicknamed someone as ‘Kangaroo’ or ‘Roo’, then you can use 🦘 either while saving their contact on your phone or while addressing them, either in direct messages (DM) or while posting pictures/videos on social media with them.
- If you’re sharing a picture of you and your little one cuddled up (or that of a Kangaroo and its kid), 🦘 can be a cute fit into that caption (because Kangaroo mums are the best cuddlers to their Joeys).
- Use 🦘 while sharing pictures or videos with kangaroos, or while reposting or retweeting an incredible post about them that you came across on social media.
- 🦘 Marsupial
- 🦘 Roo
- 🦘 Joey
- 🦘 Buck, Boomer (haha), Jack, Old Man (Male Roos)
- 🦘 Doe, Flyer, Jill (Female Roos)
- (the roos got a little jack and jill going on, aye)
- 🦘 Wallaby (a smaller roo)
- 🦘 Hippety Hopper
- 🦘 Wallaroo