โ›” No Entry

Expresses:

Restriction, Limitation, Control, Do Not Disturb, DND, Disallowance, Alert

โ›” Meaning: A red circle with a short and thick white horizontal line at the center. The โ›” No Entry emoji signifies restriction to a specific (or general) place, situation, conversation, etc. It is also used as an โ€˜alertโ€™ emoji sometimes.

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How and When to Use the โ›” No Entry Emoji

  • If youโ€™re suggesting disallowance in any context, use โ›”. For instance, โ€œNope. That โ€œfriendโ€ of yours wouldnโ€™t be allowed โ›”โ€, or โ€œIโ€™m sorry. We wonโ€™t be entertaining such a tone in here โ›”โ€.
  • โ›” may also symbolize a ban or a sense of banning something (or someone). Like, โ€œNegative thoughts are banned this year! โ›”โ€ or โ€œWhat would it take to ban opportunists in my life??!! โ›”โ€.
  • If youโ€™re sharing a social media status, a post/repost, or even a text message indicating the receiver/viewer not to disturb you or be of any disturbance, bring in โ›”. For example, โ€œDND โ›”โ€ or โ€œIโ€™ll be taking a walk now. Please donโ€™t disturb me โ›”. The walk is out of your lifeโ€.
  • Since โ›” is counted under the โ€˜alertโ€™ emojis, you can use it while sharing content that needs urgent attention or even while sharing a โ€˜reportโ€™ of anything โ€“ โ€œThe recent news report of todayโ€™s incident โ›”โ€.

Other Names

  • โ›” Do Not Enter
  • โ›” Restricted Entry
  • โ›” Do Not Disturb
  • โ›” Red Circle With White Line
  • โ›” No Entry Symbol
  • โ›” Red Alert
  • โ›” Alert