Eye emoji

What does eye emoji mean?

The eyes emoji looks like a pair of eyes that look slightly to the side in most renditions of the emoji itself. But, when Google released its own designed eyes emoji, that version only featured one eye emoji. The eyes emoji was added in 2010 as part of Unicode 6.0, and in 2015, it was added to the Emoji 1.0 code set.

Most commonly, the eyes emoji appears with widely open eyes looking either to the left or straight, depending on the platform manufacturer and emoji provider. The eyes emoji is used mostly in the direct meaning of looking at someone or something, wanting or desiring something or someone to see, or even action of approving something (for instance, someone's idea or nice photo). The eyes emoji is frequently used in the meaning of evading a question or lying (especially the eyes emoji versions that look to the left side only) and as a sign of surprise too.

How to use eye emoji

The eye emoji has various means and uses. The most common use of the eye emoji is to draw attention to something the person wants to emphasize or highlight, mainly when the drama is involved and interpersonal tension. Besides, the eye emoji may also be a representation of the action of side-eyeing and shifty eyes. The eye emoji often appears when someone finds another person or thing quite attractive or exciting.

Below you can check some useful phrases and emoji combination sets that consist of the eyes emoji and another set of emojis. You may find these phrases quite helpful, enjoyable, funny, or interesting; Hence, you can create your versions of emoji combinations or terms. Some people make riddles out of emoji sets and chat with others via emojis, not using even a single word.

For examples:

  • I'm looking at you. ?
  • I want to see more. ?
  • I'm not honest with you. ?
  • Look at those girls over there. ?
  • Look at you ?
  • I cannot believe ?
  • Wow! ?
  • I am not sure ?
  • Tell me more about it ? ;

Here are some emoji combinations, such as:

  • ? ? ? - meaning: "Read and weep it!"
  • ? ? ? - definition: "Hills have eyes."
  • ? ? - sense: "cat eyes."
  • ? ➡️️ ? ? - description: "Look who's talking right now."
  • ? ? - meaning: "I spy."
  • ? ? - description: "Watch out!"
  • ⛰️ ? - meaning: "Biggest mountain."
  • ? ? ? - definition: "Spying.'
  • ? ? ? ? - resembles: "News."
  • ? ? - meaning: "I need an eyeshadow."
  • ? ? - description: "Accurate shot!"
  • ? ? - meaning: "Fisheye."
  • ? ? ❌ ? - description: "Love is blind."
  • ? ? ❓ ? ? - definition: “Can you see my screen?”
  • ? ? ? ? - meaning: “Watching fireworks!”
  • ? ? ? ? - description: "Watching the big game."

What are eye emoji codes?

In this section, you will learn more about the encoding system of the eye emoji. To insert, create, or type the eye emoji, you will need to know a particular code point character that will help you to get your preferred emoji. Codes vary according to the emoji set. Each emoji has unique codes so that you cannot get other emoji by using one code. To get the eye emoji, you may directly copy from here: and then paste it wherever you would like the emoji to appear.

However, there are other ways to do so. Mainly, you can use the below-listed emoji code point characters that developers find quite helpful, such as:

  • Unicode point character for eye emoji?: U+1F441; It is variation selector-16: code: U+FE0F;
  • HTML in deec code point character for eye emoji 👁️
  • HTML in hex code point character for eye emoji 👁️
  • CSS code point character for eye emoji \01F441 \FE0F;
  • C, C++ & Python code point character for eye emoji \U0001f441\uFE0F
  • Java, JavaScript & JSON code point character for eye emoji \uD83D\uDC41\uFE0F;
  • Perl code point character for eye emoji \x{1F441}\x{FE0F};
  • PHP & Ruby code point character for eye emoji \u{1F441}\u{FE0F};
  • Punycode code point character for eye emoji xn--mp8h;
  • Shortcode :eye:
  • URL Escape code point %F0%9F%91%81%EF%B8%8F.