In emoji symbols, hands next to each other, thumbs touching, means “Person Raising Both Hands in Celebration.” It is used typically when one is winning at something.
Emoji from Japanese Pictogram (絵文字, read えもじ) (pl. emoji) are the tiny pictures you can put on your texts. The word dates back to the first Japanese mobile phones. With the iPhone's excess of icons, the word "emoji" became widespread, as it was what the keyboard was named. It is made of two components, E (絵 )and Moji (文字), meaning "picture" and "letter" respectively.
It is also a line of tiny Japanese pictographs that can be deployed like letters and they are the best, most cryptic form of communication.
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