🙇 Person Bowing


Apology, Gratitude, Surrender, Praise, Mesmerised, Peace, Devotion, Prayer, Dogeza

🙇 Meaning: A gender-neutral portrayal of a person with short, side-parted hair, bowing with the face held up, and the arms crossing in front of the head. The triangular marks enveloping the head indicate a sense of gratitude.

The 🙇 Person Bowing emoji refers to the Japanese tradition of ‘Dogeza’, a cultural ethic that either suggests an apology or a response to a requested favor. This emoji is available in the designated skin tones on almost all platforms.

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How and When to Use the 🙇 Person Bowing Emoji

  • If you asked someone for favour over text, and they agreed to grant you that boon, then you can use 🙇 as a way of responding with gratitude.
  • 🙇 can also signify devotion, prayer, and meditation. So, you can use this emoji in such contexts.
  • You can also bring in the 🙇 emoji to show praise for someone or something, like a big bow.
  • Going by the Japanese tradition, you can use 🙇 to show that you’re sorry or rather asking for an apology.
  • If you’re surrendering yourself to something or someone, like “I’m all yours” (not in a romantic sense – more like, “Stop nagging, you got me 🙇” – to a best friend or something) types, you can use 🙇 to denote that.

Other Names

  • 🙇 Sorry
  • 🙇 Apologizing
  • 🙇 I’m Sorry
  • 🙇 Thank You
  • 🙇 Grateful
  • 🙇 Surrender
  • 🙇 Prayer
  • 🙇 Meditation
  • 🙇 Devotion
  • 🙇 Calm
  • 🙇 Peace
  • 🙇 Bless Up
  • 🙇 Praise
  • 🙇 Cute Boy
  • 🙇 Dogeza
  • 🙇 Bowing Man
  • 🙇 Person Bowing Deeply
  • 🙇 Massage
  • 🙇 Blessed