🇮🇪- flag for Ireland emoji

or flag for Ireland emoji or Irish flag emoji

[flag fer ahyuh r-luh nd ih-moh-jee]

What does 🇮🇪 mean?

Éirinn go brach! Ireland forever ... and its flag emoji, which is used for all things Ireland, especially its rich culture, craic, and heritage.

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Examples of 🇮🇪- flag for Ireland emoji

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Examples of 🇮🇪- flag for Ireland emoji
Tonight is big night for IRELAND against Denmark, We really hope we can win tonight 💚🇮🇪 Guess what will be the score? We say 1-0 to IRELAND 😉
@irish_daily, November, 2017
Happy #StPatricksDay! Whether you're hunting for leprechauns or libations, be sure to catch our sparkling green lights tonight, with our mast sporting the colors of the Irish flag!☘🇮🇪
@EmpireStateBldg, March, 2018
🇮🇪🇮🇪The first ever permanent exhibition on the Irish Flag has been opened at the GPO. The display includes details on the history of the tricolour and on the man who first flew it - Thomas F Meagher.🇮🇪🇮🇪
RTÉ News, Facebook, February, 2018

Where does 🇮🇪- flag for Ireland emoji come from?

The flag of Ireland was first flown in 1848 by the young revolutionary Thomas Meagher, presented as a gift from French women sympathetic to the cause of Irish independence. They designed the flag as a tricolor to symbolize a truce (white) between Irish Catholics (green) and Protestants (orange).

The Irish flag first became a national symbol when it was flown during the 1916 Easter Rising, when Ireland established its independence from Great Britain. It was officially adopted in 1922.

The flag for Ireland emoji, meanwhile, was officially added to Unicode’s Emoji 1.0 in 2015, designed to look like it is waving on some platforms. It will display as IE, Ireland’s country code, on unsupported devices.

It’s not to be confused with the flag for Côte D’Ivoire emoji 🇨🇮, which features the same colors except the orange stripe comes first. Northern Ireland, part of the UK, uses the flag for the United Kingdom emoji, 🇬🇧.

Who uses 🇮🇪- flag for Ireland emoji ?

The flag for Ireland emoji is used online and in text messages for all sorts of current content concerning the country, including sports, politics, culture, and the Irish language.

Ireland’s lush greens, rugged coasts, and rich culture make Ireland a popular place to visit, so many tourists post an IG with the flag for Ireland emoji.

Ireland has produced some of the world’s great literature, music, dance, wool, dairy, and yes, beer and whiskey, so the flag for Ireland emoji waves over content concerning the country’s many cultural treasures.

Many Americans are very proud of their Irish heritage, and the flag for Ireland emoji, often paired with the shamrock emoji ☘, especially voice it on St. Patrick’s Day.

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