🧎 Meaning: A gender-neutral representation of a person kneeling down completely, with the hands kept on the thighs while the character crouches a little and stares slightly downwards.
The 🧎 Person Kneeling emoji can suggest a gesture of kneeling in prayer, reverence, and devotion. It can also signify resting, doing yoga, facing punishment, or even the posture of a movie-like proposal.
This emoji is available in the designated skin tones on almost all platforms.
How and When to Use the 🧎 Person Kneeling Emoji
- If you’re either posting a story, tweeting, or texting a friend that you’re going to be busy for a couple of minutes because you’re either going to a holy place, having a family prayer time or some alone time of devotion, you can use 🧎 in such conversations.
- You can also use 🧎 as a way of showing defeat, sadness, and misery. For example, if you’re having a super rough patch and you’re texting a close friend about it you can use this emoji in contexts like “Man. I don’t think I’ve got it in me anymore. This sucks 🧎”.
- Apart from prayer and sadness, you can use 🧎 to even show devotion towards something besides a deity – it can be a musician, a music album, art, a celebrity, a movie series, anything. So, the next time you post about something you’re absolutely devoted to, use this emoji.
- On some platforms such as Twitter and Google, this emoji is shown as a half-kneel. So, in such cases, you can use 🧎 as an indication of taking a vow or bowing down to someone or something or even offering a romantic proposal.
- If you’re mentally praying or rather hoping for something, you can use 🧎 to suggest that emotion – like “Yo… I really hope I don’t have to show up tomorrow 🧎”.
- 🧎 Gender-Neutral Person Kneeling
- 🧎 Bow Down
- 🧎 On the Knees
- 🧎 Praying
- 🧎 Relaxing
- 🧎 Yoga Posture
- 🧎 Bow
- 🧎 Stoop
- 🧎 Resting on the Floor
- 🧎 Devotion
- 🧎 Sitting on the Floor