🧙 Meaning: A gender-neutral description of a wizard. This emoji is rather an aged character that adorns grey hair, a witch hat, a pair of glasses, a wizard robe, and a precious-stone studded wand.
The 🧙 Mage emoji signifies magic, sorcery, wizardry, fantasy, surreality, and an element of the supernatural. Although gender-neutral, this emoji is mostly depicted with a male face.
It is available in the designated skin tones on almost all platforms.
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How and When to Use the 🧙 Mage Emoji
- If you’re dressing up for Halloween as a wizard or you’re dressing up your little one as the cutest sorcerer in the whole wide world, use 🧙 in the captions while posting pictures of either, or both.
- If you’re a Potterhead, use 🧙 in your social media name. You can also use it if you just love magic.
- You can also use 🧙 in the caption while posting about fantasy movies, books, documentaries, etc, that are about magic and Hogwarts, of course.
- If you’re on the way to a magic show, and you’re updating your social media story or tweet about it, use 🧙 in the caption or within the story.
- 🧙 evokes powers of prediction among other qualities. So if you’re having a ‘hunch’ about something and your buddies are either bugged or suspicious about it, use this emoji while telling them in advance that you’re predicting a particular scenario instead of telling them after, that you ‘knew it all along’.
- If you’ve been smitten by someone or something (like a rock album), use 🧙 while telling your bestie that you’re under a spell.
- 🧙 Wizard
- 🧙 Sorcerer
- 🧙 Sorceress
- 🧙 Magician
- 🧙 Witch
- 🧙 Spell Caster
- 🧙 Enchanter
- 🧙 Enchantress
- 🧙 Wizardess
- 🧙 Warlock