Emoji dictionary 🕌 Mosque emoji [ mosk ih-moh-jee ] Published August 11, 2021 What does 🕌 Mosque emoji mean? The Mosque emoji 🕌 depicts a mosque, a Muslim house of worship. It is commonly used to represent mosques, Muslims, and Islam in general. The Mosque emoji 🕌 sees increased use during Muslim religious observances, such as the month of Ramadan. Take a closer look at the colorful collection of emoji representing some of the “pillars” of Islam. Related words 🕋 Kaaba emoji, 🧕 Person With Headscarf emoji, ✡️ Star of David emoji, ✝️ Latin cross emoji, ☪️ Star and Crescent emoji Where does 🕌 Mosque emoji come from? The Mosque emoji 🕌 was approved under Unicode 8.0 in 2015. On most major platforms, the emoji depicts a dome-roofed mosque with at least one minaret. The Google, Samsung, WhatsApp, and Facebook versions of the emoji depicted two minarets attached to the mosque. The Twitter version depicts a single attached minaret. The Apple and Microsoft versions depict a single unattached minaret. The specific colors and architecture of the mosque vary by platform, and the emoji may appear realistic or stylized. The mosque is topped with a crescent moon in the Samsung, Microsoft, and Facebook versions. The Google version depicts the mosque topped with a star and crescent moon. Examples of 🕌 Mosque emoji It’s Friday let’s go to mosque 🕌 🙏 @young_way_slime, March 5, 2021 Wishing all my Muslim brothers and sisters a Ramadan Mubarak during the Holy month 🕌 🌙 @martinez_maina, May 5, 2019 Who uses 🕌 Mosque emoji? Islam is one of the world’s major religions, so the Mosque emoji 🕌 is commonly used by Muslims both on and off social media. It is often used to generally refer to Islam. Wishing a safe and joyful Eid to all my muslim friends celebrating today. 🌙 🕌 — Clement Uwihanganye (@kelemaa_) May 13, 2021 Havillah ice cream after mosque 🕌 sounds good 👌🏽 — D e e z e l l (@officialdeezell) November 23, 2018 The Mosque emoji 🕌 is used in particular during the month of Ramadan. Ramadan Kareem to all Muslims celebrating in Malta and around the world! 🕌🌙 — Miriam Dalli (@Miriamdalli) April 23, 2020 To all my Muslim brothers and sisters out there…RAMADAN MUBARAK 🔥🕌 — Jordan Reaves (@JReaves77) April 13, 2021 Just Added home provider, iykyk, line warming, National Adoption Month, National Epilepsy Awareness Month Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 🕌 Mosque 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 🕌 Mosque emoji that will help our users expand their word mastery.