Index Pointing at the Viewer
Meaning of emoji
A hand with the index finger pointing straight forward at the person viewing the emoji. Used to represent the word and concept of ‘you,’ the second-person singular and plural pronoun.
This symbol is seen in art, advertisements, and military recruitment posters as a way to draw the viewer into the image they’re looking at.
This hand shape is also used in multiple sign languages from around the world. is usually used to call people’s attention or point at something. It also called “point-at-you” sign, “you” sign or “I want you” sign. You may be familiar with this gesture in the famous war poster🖼 with the phrase💬 “I want you for U. S. Army”. Related emojis: 👈👉👆👇. The meaning of emoji symbol is index pointing at the viewer, it is related to point, you.
Index Pointing at the Viewer was approved as part of Unicode 14.0 in 2021 and added to Emoji 14.0 in 2021. 🚩 Approved in September 2021 as part of Emoji 14.0. Now available on Android 12L and coming soon to iOS 15.4.
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|English name|| Index Pointing at the Viewer|
|How to type shortcode|| U+1FAF5|