🕎 Meaning: A series of four concentric semi-circular candles held together by a single candle attached to a stand at the center. This lamp is designed in white on the surface of a purple square that has rounded corners.
The 🕎 Menorah emoji resembles the nine-candled lamp used during the eight-day Jewish festivity of Hanukkah. Each candle symbolizes each of those days, while the ninth or the middle candle is the source of light for all eight candles.
How and When to Use the 🕎 Menorah Emoji
- Since each candle in 🕎 is a representation of each day in the Hanukkah week, this emoji could also signify a sense of lighting up or enlightening each day in our otherwise routine week(s) as well.
- Some instances for the previous point – “Don’t worry about what the next day would bring you, think about what’s the best you’re bringing to your next day 🕎” or “There would always be goodness and light in each day 🕎 Don’t lose hope”.
- Even while sharing good news or wishing someone the best, via a social media post, story, or even a direct message (DM), you can use 🕎. Like, “Here’s a glimpse of our first-ever harvest! 🕎” or “May your new year always be filled with lots of light and the best unfoldings 🕎”.
- Apart from a religious symbol, 🕎 also refers to a lamp, a fancy lamp, that is. While sharing pictures, sale posts, aesthetic reposts about such lamps, ensure to use this emoji.
- 🕎 Menorah Lamp
- 🕎 Hanukkah Menorah
- 🕎 Chanukiah
- 🕎 Hanukkiah
- 🕎 Hanukkah Lamp
- 🕎 Lamp
- 🕎 Candelabrum
- 🕎 Candles
- 🕎 Candle Stand