Digram for Greater Yin was approved as part of Unicode 4.0 in 2003.
The "⚏" emote, also known as the Digram for Greater Yin, is a Unicode character that represents the concept of yin in Chinese philosophy. It is commonly used in discussions related to Taoism, traditional Chinese medicine, and martial arts. The symbol consists of two horizontal lines, with the lower line broken in the middle, representing the receptive and yielding nature of yin energy.
- Frustration & Irritation:
"Why won't this computer work properly? ⚏"
- Calmness & Serenity:
"I feel so peaceful and relaxed right now. ⚏"
- Anger & Resentment:
"I can't believe he said that to me! ⚏"