🧟 Meaning: A gender-neutral description of an undead person with short hair, droopy and almost-dead eyes, and pale and wrinkly skin with the bones surfacing sometimes. This character is shown dressed in rags.
The 🧟 Zombie emoji refers to the famous horror fictional character or a zombie. Besides being a chartbuster by the Cranberries, it also signifies dread, fright, terror, horror, evil, and a state of being undead.
It is available in the designated skin tones on almost all platforms.
How and When to Use the 🧟 Zombie Emoji
- Zombies are a great part of Halloween. So use 🧟 either in your Halloween countdown posts or tweets or even while posting pictures from a Halloween party.
- If you’re beginning to feel dead and aggressive in life, and you’re ranting about it to your buddies, then use 🧟 in that context.
- You can also use 🧟 while responding to a social media post that made your stomach turn. Basically a post that felt like death.
- If you’re a fan of horror and zombies, you can use 🧟 in your social media profile name.
- Use 🧟 in zombie memes. It can star The Walking Dead or such related shows or movies.
- Bring in the 🧟 emoji in the context of horror movies, books, series, etc. So if you’re telling your friend about a horror movie that you watched or you’re posting about a horror book that you finished reading, use this emoji.
- 🧟 Gender-Neutral Zombie
- 🧟 The Undead
- 🧟 The Walking Dead
- 🧟 Ghost
- 🧟 Demon
- 🧟 Apparition
- 🧟 Undead Corpse
- 🧟 Horror Character
- 🧟 Devil
- 🧟 Evil Creature
- 🧟 Halloween Costume