1 hidden meaning for ðŸšą

Means that you can't drink the water

Submitted by English on 06/05/23

Non-potable water


This emoji is a water tap with a red cross over it, indicating that the tap is closed and not to be used. It is often used to indicate that water is not available or that water conservation is necessary. Read more

This emoji is not particularly popular, but it is used by people of all ages on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. It is not considered a rude emoji, but rather a reminder to conserve water.

The history of this emoji dates back to the early 2000s when it was first introduced as part of Unicode 6.0. It was intended to be used to remind people to conserve water, and it has since been used in various contexts to signify the need for water conservation. It has also been used to indicate that a tap or water source is closed or not available.

Alias: non-potable_water
Category: Symbols
Hex: 1f6b1
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