Emoji dictionary or hamburger emoji or burger emoji or cheeseburger emoji [ham-berger ih-moh-jee] What does 🍔 mean? The hamburger emoji depicts two sesame-dotted buns bookending lettuce, tomato, and a (presumably) beef patty topped with a cheese slice. Isn't that a cheeseburger? This is a popular emoji when hunger (or hanger) is behind the message. Related words , , on the house Where does come from? Do you know the all-American hamburger is probably not an American invention? The beef patty, usually pan fried or cooked on a grill and then topped with lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and condiments like mayonnaise or ketchup, is mostly believed to have been birthed in Hamburg, Germany. First, in 1758, the “Hamburgh sausage” appeared, a sausage served on warm bread, and later, in the mid-1800s , roasted beefsteak appeared on a warm bread roll. The first American version of a hamburger may have been served by Louis Lassen of Louis’ Lunch in 1900 in New Haven, CT. There are a few other claims that put the burger on American plates slightly earlier than 1900. The first hamburger chain restaurant? White Castle. And the first McDonald’s location was opened in California, way back in 1940. The cheeseburger, we mean, hamburger emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015. An early Google version once had the cheese underneath the patty; it was corrected after the internet chastised Google for getting it wrong. We note that Apple’s emoji has the lettuce under the patty, which is a great way to help prevent soggy buns. Just saying. Emojipedia Examples of Thinking about 🍗🍖🌭🍔🍟🌮🥙🍕 @sofeaorked, November, 2018 You already know what time it is! 2 TDs = 🍔! @RamsNFL, November, 2018 snack shack & jeremy 😋🍔💛 @chaliannejoy_, November, 2018 SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses ? Of course, the simple hamburger is one of America’s favorite foods, especially when your in a hurry or need something pretty portable to eat on the go. So, of course, the hamburger emoji appears in all kinds of food posts, and, as far as we know, has no other secret use in the digital world, like every other emoji out there … we’re looking at you eggplant emoji, peach emoji, carrot emoji, doughnut emoji … for example. View this post on Instagram We are excited to announce that we will be a part of Tootsmas with @tootopia! You’ll find us trading on 8th & 9th of December and we may bring our Christmas burgers with us. Make sure you’re following @tootopia or visit tootopia.co.uk for location and event info. . . . . . . . #EEEEEATS #eater #eaterlondon #food #foodporn #yum #instafood #yummy #eating #foodpic #foodpics #foodgasm #foodstagram #london #foodie #lovefood #buzzfeast #foooodieee #eatfamous #eatingfamous #devourpower #certifiedgrilllover #🍔 #burger #burgers #burgerporn #hamburger #cheeseburger #biggestburgers101 #burgerorder A post shared by Cheeky Burger (@cheeky_burger) on Nov 20, 2018 at 4:35am PST You’ll see the emoji used in relation to foods that don’t seem to have anything to do with hamburgers … It’s finally here 🍔🎄☃️🍻 #ChristmasMenu #feelingFestive #XXXmasGarbagePlate #PigsInBlankets pic.twitter.com/DMrVQYOfz8 — MEATliquorN1 (@MEATliquorN1) November 20, 2018 Don’t be surprised if you see the emoji used in posts about foods that are masquerading as hamburgers. View this post on Instagram #Perla 🍔 Il primo amore non si scorda mai ❤️ #altstreetfood #🐷 #🍔 A post shared by Alt street food F.lli Iodice (@altstreetfood) on Nov 20, 2018 at 6:15am PST And, of course, you’ll see it in posts related to one of the best shows ever on television! Oh my god…🍔🍔🍔 #fanart #bobsburgers #digitalart #illustration pic.twitter.com/LoQPBtgxa0 — Natalie Basile (@natdrawz8879) November 20, 2018 Oh, and about that other best show on television! My very first time at Universal Studios so of course I had to eat here!!! 🍔🍟🥤 pic.twitter.com/x69HpJyN4j — Coach McKenzie (@CoachMcKenzie3) November 19, 2018 Is this overkill? No? View this post on Instagram 🎉🎊 IT’S A CELEBRATION 🎊🎉 . . . Went with @issac_eatsalot and @the_chew_crew to celebrate @burgerpointmarsdenpark hitting 20k and was not disappointed. And ‘not disappointed’ might just be the biggest understatement ever because was one of the best burgers I’ve even eaten. Perfectly cooked beef, amazing chicken, OG glazed bun with cheese and bacon bits. Amazing 😍 . . . 📍 @burgerpointmarsdenpark , Marsden Park . 🍔 20k Celebration burger + 2 modified Marvin Glazes 🍩 . . . #burgerpointmarsdenpark #brisbaneburgerquest #BBQdoesSydney . . . #🍔 #burger #burgers #sydney #sydneyeats #sydneyburgers #burgerporn #foodporn #cheese #cheeseburger #fitspo #cheatmeal #cheatdayeats #burgergram #burgraphy #dailyfoodfeed #bestfoodworld #eeeeeats #buzzfeast #spoonfeed #thedailybite #devourpower #lovefood #burgerorder #eatlikeshit #eater A post shared by Brisbane Burger Quest (@brisbane_burgerquest) on Nov 13, 2018 at 12:15pm PST Just Added 4th of July, boogaloo, shelfie, ACAB, yeet Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 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 that will help our users expand their word mastery.