🚷 Meaning: A whitewashed stick figure of a person, walking towards the right or the left, with their arms freely held out. This person seems to be held down by a 🚫 Prohibition.
The 🚷 No Pedestrians emoji represents a heavy road or a highly jammed area that could be dangerous to pedestrians. Hence, this emoji signifies protection, an alarm, an unsafe place, or even the lack of pedestrian side lanes.
How and When to Use the 🚷 No Pedestrians Emoji
- A pedestrian is essentially someone who walks. However, this pedestrian 🚷 could represent any person who walks freely, and a sense of banning that person or that freedom – “Because of the terrible world we live in, it’s terrifying to freely go for a night walk 🚷”.
- 🚷 may also suggest trespassing. So, if you’re sharing a metaphorical quote, a genuine post/repost, or even a news post on the topic of trespassing, you may use 🚷.
- If you’re referring to the ‘ban’ or ‘banning’ of a single person, then too, 🚷 would come in handy. For example, “Oh, he’s banned from the club for life 🚷” or “They’re all banned outta my life for sure 🚷”.
- If you’re talking of a “no (wo)man’s land”, then 🚷 is the perfect emoji! For instance, “That entire zone is a no man’s land 🚷” or “No man or woman has ever dared to cross over that border 🚷”.
- 🚷 No Trespassing
- 🚷 No Walking
- 🚷 No Roaming
- 🚷 No Humans Allowed
- 🚷 No People
- 🚷 No Pedestrian Sign