WHEN it comes to expressing feelings of love, finding the right words can be tricky – so a heart emoji can do the talking for you.
But what does the white heart one mean? Here we share the meaning behind heart symbols…
The white heart symbolises purity and love
When did the white heart emoji come out?
The white heart became an emoji in 2019.
What’s the meaning behind the white heart emoji?
The white heart can be used to show a pure love, which cannot be destroyed.
It is also commonly used to discuss someone passing away.
This heart could be used to represent a parent’s love for a child, or a love that will stand the test of time.
What do other hearts mean?
This classic love heart emoticon represents true love.
It can be used to convey passion and romance, and you can send to a partner.
Some internet users select it when they’re trying to express a form of dark humour.
Used in the opposite context to the red heart, this black icon can represent morbidity or sorrow.
There are a whole host of heart emojis available to use, but which one is the right one to use and what do they mean?
When the shape is coloured yellow or gold it signifies happiness and friendship.
On Snapchat, this heart appears beside the name of the person you snap the most.
Another name for this icon is the “jealous heart emoji”.
As well as indicating feelings of envy, it sometimes has connotations of organic and healthy living.
Used to display display the emoji when they’re trying to signify compassion or love. It can also be used to signify wealth.
When social media users share snaps of their make-up or outfits, they’ll often tag it with the purple heart.
The blue heart can also symbolise trust, harmony, peace and loyalty.
This icon has been adopted by those who are attempting to show support for Autism Awareness.
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