👹 Ogre Emoji

Meaning & Description

The 👹 Ogre Emoji, represented by the Unicode character U+1F479, is an expressive emoji that depicts a mythical creature resembling an ogre or demon. It is often used in digital communication to convey various meanings related to monsters, evil spirits, or menacing characters. The 👹 Ogre Emoji appeared in Unicode Version 6.0 in 2010 with the Unicode name “Japanese Ogre” and was officially included in Emoji Version 1.0 in 2015. Here’s some information about this emoji:

Appearance: The Ogre emoji features a grotesque and menacing figure with distinctive characteristics:

  • It has a reddish or purplish face with furrowed brows.
  • The eyes are usually white and have a hypnotic or eerie quality, making them appear otherworldly.
  • It has horns, typically a pair of sharp, pointy horns on top of its head.
  • The mouth is usually open or twisted into a malevolent grin.
  • Some variations of the emoji may also include sharp teeth.

Usage: The primary use of the Ogre emoji is to convey ideas and emotions related to monsters, evil spirits, or menacing entities. It can be used to suggest someone or something is wicked or sinister, or it can be used in a playful or lighthearted manner to describe an impish or mischievous character.

Variations: The appearance of the Ogre emoji remains relatively consistent across different platforms and devices, ensuring that its menacing and eerie characteristics are conveyed consistently.

Meaning: The meaning of the Ogre emoji can vary depending on the context in which it is used. It is often associated with evil, monsters, or threatening characters. However, it can also be used in a playful or whimsical sense to describe someone or something that has a mischievous or impish quality.

Examples of Use:

  • “That movie had some truly terrifying 👹 creatures in it!”
  • “Why are you acting like such a little 👹 today?”
  • “The ogre in the fairy tale was actually quite friendly and misunderstood. 📖👹”

Related Emojis: The Ogre emoji can be used alongside other emojis to create context or convey specific themes. For instance, it might be used with 🧙‍♀️ Witch or 🦹‍♂️ Supervillain to describe wicked or supernatural characters.

In summary, the 👹 Ogre Emoji (U+1F479) is an expressive emoji used to convey themes related to monsters, evil spirits, menacing characters, or playful and mischievous behavior in digital communication. It can be used in both lighthearted and more sinister contexts, depending on the intended message.


👹 Ogre Emoji Information

Emoji CLDR Short Nameogre
Windows Alt CodeAlt 128121
Windows Alt X Code1F479 Alt X
Other Keywordscreature | face | fairy tale | fantasy | monster | ogre | troll
Emoji GroupSmileys & Emotion
Emoji Subgroupface-costume
Introduced in Unicode Version (and Release Year)6.0 (2010)
Introduced in Emoji Version (and Release Year)1.0 (2015)
Unicode Character NameJapanese Ogre
Unicode Code Point(s)U+1F479
Unicode BlockMiscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs
Unicode Block SubheadingFairy tale symbols
Other Unicode Character Description Or Alias 

Emoji Appearance on Different Devices & Platforms

ogre emoji on apple iphone iOS
Apple / iPhone iOS
ogre emoji on facebook messenger
Facebook / Messenger
ogre emoji on google android
Google / Android
ogre emoji on microsoft windows
Microsoft / Windows
ogre emoji on openmoji
ogre emoji on samsung
ogre emoji on twitter (twemoji)
Twitter (Twemoji)
ogre emoji on whatsapp

Emoji Codes for Developers

Hexadecimal Code1F479
Decimal Code128121
HTML Entity HEX👹
HTML Entity DEC👹
URL Escape Code%F0%9F%91%B9
Bytes (UTF-8)\xF0\x9F\x91\xB9
PHP, Ruby\u{1F479}
Java, JavaScript, JSON\u1F479
C, C++, Python\u1F479

👹 Ogre Emoji Name in Other Languages

Arabic Short Nameغول
Arabic Keywordsجني | حدوتة | غول | غول ياباني | وجه | وحش
Bengali Short Nameরাক্ষস
Bengali Keywordsকল্পনা | দানব | মুখ | রাক্ষস | রূপকথা
Bulgarian Short Nameстрашилище
Bulgarian Keywordsлице | страшилище | фантастичен | чудовище | японски
Catalan Short Nameogre
Catalan Keywordscara | conte | criatura | fantasia | ogre
Chinese Short Name食人魔
Chinese Keywords妖怪 | 幻想 | 神话故事 | 脸 | 食人魔 | 鬼
Croatian Short Namejapanski div
Croatian Keywordsbajka | čudovište | japanski div | lice | stvor
Czech Short Namezlobr
Czech Keywordsbytost | fantasy | japonský | lidožrout | obr | pohádka | příšera | smajlík | strašák | strašidlo | tvář | výraz | zlobr
Danish Short Nametrold
Danish Keywordsjapansk uhyre | monster | trold
Dutch Short Nametrol
Dutch Keywordsfantasie | gezicht | monster | sprookje | trol | wezen
Estonian Short Namesookoll
Estonian Keywordsfantaasia | jaapan | koletis | koll | muinasjutt | nägu | olend | sookoll
Filipino Short Namekapre
Filipino Keywordsalamat | fairy tale | fantasy | halimaw | kapre | maskara | mukha | nilalang
Finnish Short Namepeikko
Finnish Keywordsfantasia | hirviö | japanilainen | naama | olio | peikko | satu
French Short Nameogre
French Keywordsjaponais | ogre
German Short NameUngeheuer
German KeywordsGesicht | Japan | Märchen | Monster | Ungeheuer
Greek Short Nameτέρας
Greek Keywordsιαπωνικό | παραμύθι | πλάσμα | πρόσωπο | τέρας | φαντασία
Hebrew Short Nameמפלצת
Hebrew Keywordsאדום | יצור | מפחיד | מפלצת | עוג | פרצוף | קרניים
Hindi Short Nameजापानी राक्षस
Hindi Keywordsचेहरा | जापानी राक्षस | दैत्य | परी कथा | राक्षस
Hungarian Short Nameogre
Hungarian Keywordsarc | japán | lény | mese | ogre | óriás | szörny
Indonesian Short Namewajah monster
Indonesian Keywordsdongeng | fantasi | makhluk | monster | wajah
Italian Short Nameorco
Italian Keywordsfaccina | favola | mostro | orco | orco giapponese
Japanese Short Name
Japanese Keywordsお面 | なまはげ | 化け物 | 鬼
Korean Short Name도깨비 가면
Korean Keywords가면 | 도깨비
Latvian Short Namecilvēkēdājs
Latvian Keywordscilvēkēdājs | fantāzija | monstrs | pasaka | radījums | seja
Lithuanian Short Namepabaisa
Lithuanian Keywordsfantazija | monstras | pabaisa | padaras | pasaka | veidas
Malay Short Namegergasi
Malay Keywordscerita dongeng | fantasi | gergasi | jepun | makhluk | muka | raksasa
Marathi Short Nameकाल्पनिक राक्षसाचा चेहरा
Marathi Keywordsआवड | काल्पनिक राक्षसाचा चेहरा | चेहरा | परीकथा | प्राणी | राक्षस
Norwegian Short Namejapansk troll
Norwegian Keywordseventyr | japansk ogre | japansk troll | ogre
Polish Short Nameogr
Polish Keywordsmaska | ogr | potwór
Portuguese Short Nameogro
Portuguese Keywordsconto de fadas | monstro | ogro | ogro japonês | oni
Romanian Short Namecăpcăun
Romanian Keywordsbasm | căpcăun | creatură | monstru | poveste
Russian Short Nameчудовище
Russian Keywordsлицо | мифология | монстр | страх | существо | чудовище
Serbian Cyrillic Short Nameчудовиште
Serbian Cyrillic Keywordsjaпaн | бajкa | лице | ствoрење | чудoвиштe | чудовиште
Serbian Latin Short Namečudovište
Serbian Latin Keywordsbajka | čudovište | japan | lice | stvorenje
Slovak Short Nameobluda
Slovak Keywordsnetvor | obluda | rozprávka | tvár
Slovenian Short Namepošastni velikan
Slovenian Keywordsbitje | fantazija | japonsko | obraz | pošast | pošastni velikan | pravljica
Spanish Short Namedemonio japonés oni
Spanish Keywordscara | cuento | cuernos | demonio japonés oni | sonrisa
Swedish Short Namejapanskt monster
Swedish Keywordsansikte | japansk demon | japanskt monster | monster | saga
Tamil Short Nameபயமுறுத்தும் முகம்
Tamil Keywordsஅசுரன் | அரக்கன் | பயமுறுத்தும் முகம் | ராட்சசன் | ஜப்பான் அரக்கன்
Telugu Short Nameజపనీస్ ఓగ్రే
Telugu Keywordsజపనీస్ ఓగ్రే | భయంకరమైన ముఖం
Thai Short Nameยักษ์ญี่ปุ่น
Thai Keywordsญี่ปุ่น | ปิศาจ | ยักษ์ | ยักษ์ญี่ปุ่น | หน้า
Turkish Short Namedev
Turkish Keywordscanavar | dev | japon canavarı | oni | peri masalı | yüz
Ukrainian Short Nameвелетень-людожер
Ukrainian Keywordsвелетень-людожер | казка | монстр | обличчя | створіння | фантазія
Urdu Short Nameشیطانی جن
Urdu Keywordsافسانوی | جاپانی | جن | چہرہ | شیطانی جن
Vietnamese Short Namemặt quỷ
Vietnamese Keywordsmặt | mặt quỷ | quái vật | quỷ ăn thịt người | sinh vật | truyện cổ tích | tưởng tượng