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Let’s be real.

I mean just look at your phone’s keyboard now. There will be a lot of so-called heart emoji with not only one colour (which is the classic red colour) but there’s more!

 

So what does each of these color coded heart emoji really mean?

 

#1. Red Heart

The red heart is the classical symbol of love – expression of passion and romance. It can be used also to convey the non-romantic context for friendship and strong bonds.

 

#2. Orange Heart

The heart shape is the symbol of love. The orange heart may represent a half-hearted love or to convey that you don’t want to be in a relationship but just be friends.

 

#3. Yellow Heart

A heart of gold. This yellow coloured heart represents cordial love and purity of the heart. Not so much be used in romantic context but more to express happiness, friendship and the joy of life.

 

#4. Green Heart

This green heart represents the expression of life or lifestyle (like healthy diet) and the closeness to the Mother Nature. Plus, it is also known as the jealous heart where it may indicates relationship issues or the hope for reconciliation.

 

#5. Black Heart

The black heart shows a dark and twisted sense of humor. It can reflects the dark side of the soul. This heart is also used to express grief and sorrow.

 

#6. Broken Heart

It can be regarded as “I am desperately unhappy!”. The broken red heart expresses sadness and suffering. Well, someone is love sick at the moment.

 

#7. Heavy Heart Exclamation Mark Ornament

“I totally agree with that!” A heart with a dot at the bottom forms a decorative exclamation mark. This gesture comes from the heart and emphasizes that you really like something or someone.

 

#8. Two Hearts

Love is in the air! Not so much in the passionate context, but rather a decoration. In romantic texts, the usage of this emoji represents an expression of affection for someone or friendships among girls.

 

Well, now we know.

 

 

Sources: iEmoji.com and lifewire