☦️ Meaning: A cross very similar to the ✝️ Latin Cross, but characterized with a shorter horizontal bar/line above the original one and a slanting or oblique line crossing the lower half of the vertical bar.
Also known as the Russian Orthodox Cross, the ☦️ Orthodox Cross emoji could hold a prominent reference to the Russian culture and the Eastern Orthodox Church. It also signifies rigidity, conservatism, and mediocrity.
How and When to Use the ☦️ Orthodox Cross Emoji
- Setting the religious aspect aside, ☦️ may signify orthodoxy in itself. Like, “I think I’d count myself as an orthodox ☦️. I’m quite rigid with my principles and beliefs” or “I haven’t had an orthodox career ☦️”.
- If you’re referring to something that resists innovation, modernisation, and growth and change in a positive direction, you may use ☦️ (being orthodox. Nothing to do with the religion, but the English dictionary).
- While sharing posts or reposts relating to the Russian Orthodox faith, ☦️ is mandatory; pictures of religious places, festivities, educational content, etc..
- Even while typing out social media statuses that are deeply ingrained in the orthodox faith, you could include ☦️.
- If you identify yourself as an Orthodox Christian, bring ☦️ into your social media presence (with consent, of course); profile name and bio.
- ☦️ Eastern Orthodox Church
- ☦️ Russian Orthodox Cross
- ☦️ Russian Orthodox Church
- ☦️ Orthodox
- ☦️ Orthodox Christianity/Christian
- ☦️ Variant of Christianity