The trident emblem emoji is a gold spear with three prongs, similar to a pitchfork. However, this emoji is often associated with the ocean or the sea, as Poseidon carried a trident. It is typically used as a weapon or symbol of power.
Keywords: anchor, emblem, ship, tool, trident
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
The St. Pierre & Miquelon flag emoji displays a light blue background with 3 smaller squares vertically aligned on the left. On the right side is a yellow ship on waves. The top square on the left has red triangles and green stripes diagonally, the middle square shows a white background and black design, and the bottom square shows a red background with 2 yellow lions.
This name badge emoji may be mistaken for the flame emoji at first glance but is actually a symbol for a name tag. Use it when you’re asking for a reminder of someone’s name, rather than admitting you don’t remember.
The Mozambique flag emoji displays 3 horizontal stripes with teal on the top, black in the middle, and yellow on the bottom. The black stripe is outlined in white on both the top and bottom. On the left side sits a red triangle connecting all 3 stripes. Centered on the red triangle is a yellow star with a book and weapons on top.
The Eritrea flag emoji contains three vibrant triangles of red, green, and blue. In the left-center of the flag emoji over the red triangle, a golden emblem sits. It resembles an olive wreath surrounding an olive branch.
Take a closer look with the magnifying glass tilted right emoji. This emoji is usually seen online as a toggle switch to zoom in and out of something. The magnifying glass titled right emoji can be used when talking about detectives, science, a search, or clarification.