Emoji dictionary 🦂 Scorpion emoji [ skawr-pee-uhn ih-moh-jee ] Published October 28, 2021 The Scorpion emoji 🦂 depicts a scorpion, an arachnid with large pincers and a long venomous tail. It is commonly used to represent scorpions and things named after scorpions. The Scorpion emoji 🦂 is also used to represent Scorpio, a sign of the zodiac commonly known as The Scorpion. Because of this, the Scorpion emoji 🦂 is often used alongside the Scorpio emoji ♏ when Scorpios celebrate their birthdays between October 23 and November 21. You’ve heard of a murder of crows—but did you know a group of scorpions is a nest? Let’s look at some of the other unusual names for animal groups. Related words ♏ Scorpio emoji, 🦨 Skunk emoji, 🦈 Shark emoji, 🕷️ Spider emoji, ♎ Libra emoji, ♍ Virgo emoji Where does 🦂 Scorpion emoji come from? The Scorpion emoji 🦂 was approved under Unicode 8.0 in 2015. On most major platforms, the emoji depicts a brown scorpion with six legs, large pincers, and a curled tail. On most platforms, the scorpion is facing toward the left. The Microsoft version is facing forward and is viewed from above. The WhatsApp version depicts a scorpion with eight legs crawling upward toward the right as viewed from above. The Microsoft scorpion has a red tail tip, the Twitter and Facebook scorpions have black tail tips, and most other depictions of the scorpion have the entire tail colored the same as the rest of its body. Depending on the platform, the depictions of the scorpion range from being adorably stylized to disturbingly realistic. Scorpions are native to the United States and many other places in the world. Scorpions most commonly live in desert regions, but their habits extend to other climates as well. Americans who live in the southern and southwestern United States are more likely to encounter scorpions and talk about them on social media. Scorpio is a constellation and sign of the zodiac that is commonly known as the Scorpion. A person who was born between October 23 and November 21 is considered to be a Scorpio. So, Scorpios who are fans of astrology often use the Scorpion and Scorpio emoji ♏ in their usernames and social media posts to talk about themselves or other Scorpios. Examples of 🦂 Scorpion emoji October is Scorpio season lol 🎃🦂 @melaaniie94, October 4, 2021 Found a huge scorpion 🦂 in our garage 😰😭 now I don’t wanna be here! I hate it here lol 😭😭😭😭 @josieejo_, July 13, 2021 Who uses 🦂 Scorpion emoji? As you would expect, the Scorpion emoji 🦂 is used to talk about scorpions. Ollie caught a freaking scorpion! 🦂 — Bryan Lanning (@bryanlanning) September 27, 2020 When you wake-up and find a scorpion 🦂 in your flip-flop you know today is gonna be exciting — Zak Bagans 🧛🏻♂️ (@Zak_Bagans) August 30, 2017 The emoji is also used to refer to things named after scorpions. #Scorpion is the first album to ever hit 1 billion global streams in a week 🦂 — Mula (@YoungMoneySite) July 6, 2018 Yo, the new Mortal Kombat movie is wild! Great special effects & action, plenty of nods to the video game. Only complaint is that it takes a long time to get Scorpion in there.🦂 8 out of 10.👊🏽🦾 — BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) April 24, 2021 Astrology fans use the Scorpion emoji 🦂 to talk about Scorpios. I can’t believe it’s my birthday tomorrow!!! 🦂 Scorpio vibes forever 🔥 — Jeffree Star (@JeffreeStar) November 14, 2020 No matter what month it is, it always feel like Scorpio season 🦂 — MarQuis Trill | Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Mentor (@6BillionPeople) July 18, 2021 Just Added rizz, soft life, clean girl aesthetic, Lunar New Year, nepo baby Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 🦂 Scorpion 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 🦂 Scorpion emoji that will help our users expand their word mastery.