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  • The Num lock should always be enabled. If it is disabled when you are attempting an alt code, it may cause errors or unexpected results in some applications. For example, Alt+4 could be interpreted as Alt +, ← which causes the browser to go back if the Num lock is disabled.
  • If your laptop keyboard doesn't have a separate NumPad, you should hold FN button with Alt button while typing the code.
  • This method does not work for Linux system, but it is possible to use Unicode.

Circle Symbol

What is the meaning of Circle Symbol?

The circle symbol is commonly accepted as the universal symbol with broad meaning. The circle symbol represents the notions of wholeness, totality, original perfection, the infinite, the Self, eternity, all cyclic movement, timelessness, and even God. It is also a zero in the system of numbering and it symbolizes the embryo too.

The circle symbol signifies an evolution in means of transformation from ending, and beginning, i.e., death to birth, as a circle that has no beginning or end. In that perspective, a circle often resembles eternity. In many spiritual beliefs and customs, a circle notates the Divine life-force or the Spirit that keeps the reality in motion. Moreover, the circle symbol is a symbolic icon of wholeness, vitality, perfection, and completion.

The symbolism of different colored circle symbols

Symbolic and spiritual information generally represents a deeper definition related to the vibration of the message being delivered. A common way for those hidden meanings to appear mostly in spiritual messages via different colors that hold an even deeper sense. Hence, depending on the particular color of the circle symbol one can gain deeper insight right into the message.

Here are some of the interesting definitions of different colored circle symbols:

Black Circle ⚫ – A black circle symbol resembles the ending of a cycle and the beginning of a new one. It may signify an empty or void space that is usually ready to be filled up one more time. In a positive sense, a black circle symbol represents an emergence and transformation of a higher self. However, in a negative context, the same black circle symbol may express the grief, pain, and challenges of getting rid of physical or emotional attachments.

White Circle ⚪ – A white circle symbol signifies the beginning of a new cycle and chances for spiritual growth. It resembles purity, a new life, and perfection. In a positive sense, a white circle symbol represents a spiritual evolution and the new beginning of a cycle with a higher perspective. In a negative context, it resembles someone stuck in expressing abandonment and spiritual growth of the physical reality.

Red Circle ? – A red circle means power, a creation that Divine flow may bring to a goal or even manifestation. The red circle symbol can bring vitality and energy to cycles of stagnant growth. In a negative sense, the red circle symbol may be a warning that too much energy is being spent on physical pursuits.

Blue Circle ? – A blue circle means inner truth and wisdom that comes from an evolved perspective. The blue circle symbol is symbolic of the process of receiving and giving, in terms of listening and speaking. In a positive context, it can represent strong communication, while in a negative context, it means “beating around the bush.”

Green Circle– A green circle signifies the cycles of birth, then growth, death, and overall, transformation. That symbol represents consuming knowledge and education to create a new one. In a positive sense, a green circle symbol may inspire one to find a passion or to help others. In a negative sense, it represents a rigid set of needs and beliefs to be more open-minded.

Yellow Circle  – A yellow circle resembles imagination, creativity, and infinite possibilities. The yellow circle symbol is considered to be a very life-giving symbol, often resembled the sun. In a positive sense, a yellow circle sign may invite inspiration to become creative and to allow one to think outside the box. In a negative sense, a yellow circle symbol may mean too many creative ideas and a busy mind, but fear of actually creating anything.

How to type circle symbols on the web?

Generally, circle symbols are a set of collection of text symbols such as ◉ ○ ◌ ◍ and ◎, that can be copied and pasted on any mobile app or web.

○ - White Circle symbol code in decimal ○ and hex ○

◯ - Large Circle symbol code in decimal ◯ and hex ◯

◌ - Dotted Circle symbol code in decimal ◌ and hex ◌

◍ - Circle With Vertical Fill symbol code in decimal ◍ and hex ◍

● - Black Circle symbol code in decimal ● and hex ●

⚪ - Medium White Circle symbol in decimal ⚪ and in hex ⚪

⚫ - Medium Black Circle symbol in decimal ⚫ and in hex ⚫

How to use and type Circle symbol code?

  • If your keyboard contains separate NumPad, you should be sure that it is enabled. If it is not, press the Num Lock key to activate it then press hold down the Alt key on the left side. Type the number that represents that character or the symbol you want to insert and then release the insert key.
  • For example, for the greek letter omega Ω press and hold Alt and the type 0234 and then release.
  • There is another method that works only for word documents. In this method, you should type the characters first then press Alt and X. For example ( 0234 + Alt + X for greek letter omega ).
  • If you have a keyboard that doesn't have NumPad here is what will work for you. Find the Function key ( FN ) then presses and hold the function key while holding press and release Num LK key; then release FN key. This method will activate the numeric keypad in your laptop.
  • Then do the same steps as in the previous example.
  • Notice that in IBM code you don't use 0 (Alt + 255 ) before the code which is different from the windows generator that requires to add 0 (Alt + 0255 ) before the code.

Table of Symbols and Codes

Symbol Title / Description Unicode Code / HTML Code
Error-barred White Circle ⧲ ⧲
Lower Half Inverse White Circle ◛ ◛
Circle With Vertical Fill ◍ ◍
Black Circle With Two White Dots ⚉ ⚉
N-ary Circled Dot Operator ⨀ ⨀
Circle With Horizontal Bar ⦵ ⦵
Dotted Circle ◌ ◌
N-ary Circled Plus Operator ⨁ ⨁
Shadowed White Circle ❍ ❍
Down Tack With Circle Below ⫱ ⫱
Right Half Black Circle ◗ ◗
Circle With Upper Right Quadrant Black ◔ ◔
White Circle With Dot Right ⚆ ⚆
Circle With Two Horizontal Strokes To The Right ⧃ ⧃
Circle With Lower Half Black ◒ ◒
White Circle With Upper Right Quadrant ◷ ◷
Black Large Circle ⬤ ⬤
Left Half Black Circle ◖ ◖
Large Circle ◯ ◯
Black Circle ● ●
N-ary Circled Times Operator ⨂ ⨂
Upper Half Inverse White Circle ◚ ◚
Black Circle With White Dot Right ⚈ ⚈
Heavy Large Circle ⭕ ⭕
White Circle With Lower Left Quadrant ◵ ◵
Up Tack With Circle Above ⟟ ⟟
Circled White Bullet ⦾ ⦾
White Circle ○ ○
Circle Divided By Horizontal Bar And Top Half Divided By Vertical Bar ⦺ ⦺
Circled Vertical Bar ⦶ ⦶
Medium Small White Circle ⚬ ⚬
Medium Black Circle ⚫ ⚫
Circled Reverse Solidus ⦸ ⦸
White Circle With Upper Left Quadrant ◴ ◴
Circled Open Centre Eight Pointed Star ❂ ❂
Lower Half Circle ◡ ◡
Inverse White Circle ◙ ◙
Circle With Small Circle To The Right ⧂ ⧂
Circle With Left Half Black ◐ ◐
Medium White Circle ⚪ ⚪
Circled White Star ✪ ✪
Circle With Right Half Black ◑ ◑
Empty Set With Small Circle Above ⦲ ⦲
Upper Half Circle ◠ ◠
Circle With Upper Half Black ◓ ◓
⦿ Circled Bullet ⦿ ⦿
White Circle With Lower Right Quadrant ◶ ◶
Error-barred Black Circle ⧳ ⧳
Circled Parallel ⦷ ⦷
Circle With All But Upper Left Quadrant Black ◕ ◕
White Circle With Two Dots ⚇ ⚇
Circle With Superimposed X ⦻ ⦻
Circled Perpendicular ⦹ ⦹