Emoji dictionary 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji [ flag uhv thuh fil-uh-peenz ih-moh-jee ] Published November 2, 2021 The Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 displays the flag of the Philippines. It is used to refer to the country of the Philippines, Filipinos, or to Filipino culture. On social media, this emoji is often used by Filipinos to proudly reference their home country and/or their Filipino heritage. The Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 is also used to celebrate Filipino American History Month, which occurs every October. Related words Filipino American History Month, Hidilyn Diaz, 🇨🇳 Flag for China, 🇺🇸 Flag of the United States emoji Where does 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji come from? The Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 was added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015. On supported platforms, the emoji is made by a flag sequence combination of the Regional Indicator Symbol Letter P emoji 🇵 and the Regional Indicator Symbol Letter H emoji 🇭. On unsupported platforms, the emoji appears as a capitalized “PH.” On most major platforms, the Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 depicts the national flag of the Philippines. On Twitter, the emoji has a rectangular shape with rounded corners. On most other major platforms, the emoji has a wavy shape to resemble a flag blowing in the wind. As with most flag emoji, the Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 is used by non-Filipinos to refer to the Philippines, Filipino culture, or people or things that come from the Philippines. Filipinos, like people of other countries, often use the Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 to proudly refer to their own country and culture. Examples of 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji My parents immigrated from the Philippines for a better life, but they made sure it still felt like home. 🇵🇭 #PinoyPride @bad_tyming, June 30, 2017 To our health care workers, essential and economic frontliners, teachers, those in public service, overseas workers, we honor you on National Heroes Day. 🇵🇭 @iamsuperbianca, August 30, 2021 Who uses 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji? People who aren’t from the Philippines use the Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 to talk about the country or about people or things that come from the Philippines. I hope everyone stays safe and protected, sending prayers and love to the Philippines 🇵🇭. — Tendo (@Cuhtendo) July 23, 2021 Going to the Philippines 🇵🇭 in October 🔥 — BG🎰 (@IAmBgee) July 6, 2021 Happy Independence Day Philippines 🇵🇭 — Shivani (@shivanipaliwal) June 12, 2021 Filipinos will often use the Flag of the Philippines emoji 🇵🇭 to proudly refer to their home country. Rabiya you made us so proud! We know you put your heart into this and we love you! Mabuhay ang Pinay! 🇵🇭 #MissUniverse — Pia Wurtzbach (@PiaWurtzbach) May 17, 2021 Congrats Nonito Donaire on a huge KO win! The oldest WBC bantamweight champion in history. Still living up to your nickname, the Flash! #PinoyPride 🇵🇭 — Manny Pacquiao (@MannyPacquiao) May 30, 2021 Just Added Lunar New Year, nepo baby, tripledemic, home provider, iykyk Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of 🇵🇭 Flag of the Philippines emoji that will help our users expand their word mastery.