🧿 Meaning: A circular blue charm with three concentric circles at the center; the middle painted in black, the one after in light-blue, followed by a white band, and then the entirety of the glassy blue amulet.
The 🧿 Nazar Amulet emoji signifies one of the most famous ways of protection from evil or an evil eye, which can be a destructive vision directed from a source of negativity. Designed in the shape of an eye, this emoji could suggest an ominous eye and a sense of scrutiny.
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How and When to Use the 🧿 Nazar Amulet Emoji
- If you’re sharing a picture or video, mostly of yourself or your significant other, something you preciously hold close, you could use 🧿 in the caption as a way of extending that sense of protection to the virtual platform. Like, “She’s beautiful as the skies 🧿”.
- A Nazar amulet is also a popular item of gifting that is usually picked up as a souvenir. On social media, you cannot really gift someone something, but you can wish them well, and when you do, you may use 🧿 in those contexts.
- Similarly, you can use 🧿 even while generally wishing or hoping for something via a post caption, a status, a social media story, etc. For instance, “Hope 2020 helps y’all come out stronger than ever! 🧿”.
- Also, 🧿 is not really an aesthetic finish. Reason? Many cultures, countries, and even religions use this amulet with great reverence that doesn’t really fit into aesthetics, rather resonates with protection and belief. So, please refrain from using it in a decorative sense.
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