Emoji dictionary or ox emoji [oks ih-moh-jee] What does 🐂 mean? If you're a Taurus or were born in the Year of the Ox, you probably are among the few people who use the ox emoji. This emoji depicts an ox but commonly stands for metaphorical bulls, especially sports teams (e.g., the Texas Longhorns) and plain bullshit. Related words: 🐄 cow emoji 🤘 sign of the horns emoji ♉ Taurus emoji Where does come from? Examples of Thank God it's Taurus season is here!!! My bday is in 3 weeks!!! 🙌🙌 #taurus🐂 #may11th @justbetimmy88, Instagram, April, 2018 Score Update || 🐂 0, 🌀 2 / Singles 1. 🌀 6-2 | 4-1 2. 🌀 6-4 | 3-2 3. 🌀 4. 🐂 1-0 5-6. / #GoBulls 🤘🏼 @USFWTEN, May, 2017 #MichelleWolff NAILED "the spirit" of the @realDonaldTrump Crime Family & Mob Organization LIES & 🐂 💩 to a Tee! 😉 / She called out their #LIES #Racism #WhiteSupremacy #Islamophobia #Misogyny for what it IS! / Further, she called out the Media for not standing against this 🐂 💩 @WB_Devitt_III, April, 2018 SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses ? The ox emoji sees wide use on social media to express that someone is a Taurus, born roughly between April 20th to about May 21st on the Western calendar, or alongside Taurus-based horoscopes. In this way, the emoji is frequently paired with the actual Taurus emoji. IT’S TAURUS SEASON .. S/O TO ALL MY TAURUS BABIES… I LOVE Y’ALL SM ..😭❤️🐂♉️ — bean 🧡 (@_DimplesNCurls) May 1, 2018 People of Chinese descent or interested in Chinese culture use the ox emoji to signify they were born in a Year of the Ox. Expect to see a lot of use for the emoji in the next one, 2021, around Chinese New Year. Born in the year of the Ox, I choose to wear my Monkey face to welcome the year of the rooster 🐂🐒 #HappyChineseNewYear Study break over. pic.twitter.com/nMRkfOEwts — Peter (@peterblanco) January 28, 2017 Sports teams whose mascots are the Bulls or Longhorns love this emoji on social media, using it with mascot-related slogans like #HookEm or the steer-imitating gesture, 🤘, sign of the horns emoji. #USF with the fam today 🐂🤘🏾‼️🏈 @Jordan_Miner1 @shamaur6 @WRHSBULLSFBALL @USFFootball #BAYMADE pic.twitter.com/J5QKrnHZa0 — G O L D 🌟 (@danielbiglow) July 30, 2016 As a so-called beast of burden, people sometimes add the ox emoji when describing someone as a beast or just an “excellent person,” especially in sports or music. He’s a beast 🐂 https://t.co/OiwMscnz2I — VAWSE (@VAWSE) May 2, 2017 And, then there’s its use to signify pure bullshit: Yall a bunch of bull shitters 🐂💩 — BlanchySenpai 🦍♿️ (@BrazyBlanchh) June 21, 2015 Last but not least, people do use the ox emoji when literally referring to the animal, whether on the farm or at the rodeo. Yeehaw. Just Added shelfie, ACAB, yeet, Karen, BIPOC 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.