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โ›”No Entry

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Meaning of โ›” No Entry Emoji

No Entry emoji is a ๐Ÿ”ด Red Circle with a white dash in the center. This symbol is used on streets to prevent cars from entering a street the wrong way. It can also be used to stop pedestrians from entering a zone not open to the public.

When texting, you can use this emoji to tell someone not to go forward on something or to avoid entering into a troubling situation. Send this emoji with the ๐Ÿ›‘ Stop Sign emoji and โš ๏ธ Warning emoji and hope you were able to get to your friend in time before they made a bad decision.

Examples of the โ›” No Entry Emoji in use

Frequently used โ›” No Entry Emoji phrases for messengers and web communication:

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Combinations with โ›” No Entry Emoji

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: โ›”โš ๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ฑ . You can use these combos to create riddles or convey messages without using words.

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โ€” Danger
โ€” Eating Kosher
โ€” Rwanda, East Africa
โ€” Mali, West Africa
โ€” Stop animal testing!
โ€” Mongolia, East Asia
โ€” Stop
โ€” There is no public transport
โ€” Zambia, East Africa
โ€” Zimbabwe, Africa
โ€” Paraguay South America
โ€” Poor country
โ€” Chad
โ€” A country of mountains
โ€” Fasting
โ€” Breakneck Speed
โ€” Esvatini, South Africa
โ€” Heard & Mcdonald Islands
โ€” No way
โ€” The country has no seas
โ€” The country has no seas
โ€” Uninhabited island
โ€” Bus Stop
โ€” Guardian Angel during a Knife Attack

โ›” No Entry Emoji designs on different devices

Emojis may look different across platforms. Each web service, OS, or gadget manufacturer can create an Emoji design according to their corporate style and vision. Here, you can check out what the โ›” No Entry Emoji looks like on the most popular platforms:

โ›” No Entry Emoji: specifications and details

Full name โ›” No Entry
Category ๐Ÿ’ฏ Symbols
Subcategory ๐Ÿšฑ Warning
How to type shortcode

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Unicode (fully-qualified) โ›” U+26D4
Unicode version Unicode 5.2 (2009)
Listed in Emoji Version 1.0