🌨️ cloud with snow emoji

What does the 🌨️ cloud with snow emoji mean?

The cloud with snow emoji typically depicts a white cloud with snowflakes falling from it. It is usually shown as a white fluffy cloud with multiple small white, symmetrical, six-pointed shapes falling from the bottom, representing snowflakes. This emoji is often used to represent snow, winter or cold weather, or indicate something is cold, unfeeling or distant. Additionally, it could also be used in a metaphorical way to indicate something is pure, virginal, or untouched. It could also be used to express a longing for the winter, the winter holidays, or activities that are associated with it, such as skiing, skating, or making a snowman. It is also used to indicate something is frozen, inactive or halted.

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Information about the 🌨️ cloud with snow emoji

  • Full Name: 🌨️ cloud with snow
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+1F328
  • Hex code point: 1F328

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