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If you’re looking for emojis that begin with the letter N and what they mean then you’re in the right place.

We’ve gone through the full emoji list and put together these 46 emojis that start with N (or are just the letter N) and what they really mean in 2020. These are broken up into emoji categories, to make things easier to find.

 

People and body part emojis

Nerd face

Nerd face emoji meaning

The nerd face emoji is a smiling yellow face wearing black glasses, with the eyes open. Some platforms show the face without teeth, others have rabbit-like teeth, braces, or a mouth full of straight white teeth. Some nerd faces have broken glasses that have been taped together.

The nerd face emoji can mean different things depending on the conversation or social media post, but it is mostly positive, lighthearted and fun. Use this emoji to show that you are studying hard, got good grades, or when you’re calling someone a ‘nerd’ for doing those things. The nerd emoji can also mean that you know a lot about something, you’re sharing random facts others don’t know, or you’re someone who follows the rules (you’re not a rebel). You can also use this nerd emoji to let people know you got glasses.

A nerd is usually someone who’s very smart but can be socially awkward. 

Here’s an example of a nerd emoji in a message:

Nerd friend you love: Did you know it’s illegal to buy Coca-Cola in Cuba?

You respond: ????

 


-> Here is the nerd face / nerdy / smiling face with glasses emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nerd face emoji: U+1F913


 

 

Neutral face

Neutral face emoji meaning

The neutral face emoji is a yellow face with two dots for open eyes and a straight line for a mouth.

When you’re neutral, you don’t have any strong feelings about something or you aren’t getting involved. You’re neither happy nor sad, or for or against something. Using the neutral face emoji sends the message that you don’t have an opinion on the topic. This neutral face can also mean that you aren’t very impressed by something or you’re bored. If someone jokes with you or insults you in a joke, send this face to show them that you’re not impressed with their joke but you are actually laughing inside knowing it’s a pretty good joke.

Here’s how to use the neutral face emoji in a message when someone teases you:

You: I just got home and see I’ve had dog poop on my shoe all day.

Friend: Well, I’m sure everyone stayed away from you as usual…

You: ????

 


-> Here is the neutral face / face with straight mouth / straight faced emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for neutral face emoji: U+1F610


 

Nauseated face

Nauseated face emoji meaning

The nauseated face is a green face with sad eyes and a tightly closed mouth. The shape of the mouth, puffy cheeks and green color all show that this face is trying not to vomit. The cheeks are often rosy and red or pink.

Use this face emoji when you’re feeling sick or when something disgusts you. 


-> Here is the nauseated face / disgust / green face / vomit emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nauseated face emoji: U+1F922


 

Nose

Nose emoji meaning

This emoji is simply a nose. It comes in different skin colors, including light ????????, medium-light ????????, medium ????????, medium-dark ????????, and dark ????????. People usually use the skin tone that most closely matches their own skin color when using this emoji or they use the original color ????.

The nose emoji refers to anything about a nose: If you’re sick and have a runny nose, use the nose emoji. If you’re talking about your nose, then use the nose emoji. And if you smell something good or bad, like a yummy meal or a smelly sewer, then you guessed it – use the nose emoji!

You can always add another emoji to let the person know what you’re talking about. For example, a nose and burger means you can smell a good burger and you’re craving it ​????​????. ​If you want to let people know you have a booger, then use the nose emoji and a poop face like this: ​????​????​. If it’s something you love, mix the nose with a heart emoji – find out what all the heart colors mean in my blog post by clicking HERE.

That’s the beauty of emojis – pictures speak a thousand words. 


-> Here is the nose / smelling / sniffing / stinky emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nose emoji: U+1F443


 

Nail polish

Nail polish emoji meaning

The nail polish emoji shows fingers with long colored nails. On most platforms, these nails are getting a manicure or being painted with polish. The polish colors vary and include red, purple, green, pink, and orange.

The fingers come in various skin colors, including light ????????, medium-light ????????, medium ????????, medium-dark ????????, and dark ????????. People usually use the skin tone that most closely matches their own skin color when using this emoji or they use the original color ????.

This emoji means nails, manicures, beauty, self care, and ‘I don’t care’. Use this emoji when you’ve had a manicure, need a manicure, you’ve painted your nails, or you’re having a spa day. It’s also one to use when talking about beauty and fashion. You can also use the nail polish emoji when you want to let someone know you don’t really care about the topic – you care more about painting and watching your nails dry.


-> Here is the nail polish / fingers / manicure emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nail polish emoji: U+1F485


 

Nature emojis

National park

National Park emoji meaning

A national park is a big piece of land that government protects to keep the area as natural and beautiful as possible. The national park emoji shows trees, water / a river, mountains and lush green grass, just like what you’d find in a national park.

Use this emoji when you’re out in nature, crushing on nature, trying to save the planet, walking the dogs, on vacation, or doing any fun, outdoor activity. 


-> Here is the national park emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????️

-> Unicode for national park emoji: U+1F3DE


 

Night with stars

Night with stars emoji meaning

This emoji shows a city landscape at night, with a moon above the buildings. Many platforms also show the stars shining brightly in the sky and/or some apartment lights on.

Use this emoji when you’re out in the city at night or talking about city nightlife. The ‘nightlife’ of a city is how many fun things there are to do there at night, such as eating at restaurants, going to clubs, pub crawling, or watching shows.


-> Here is the night with stars / city at night / starry night emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for night with stars emoji: U+1F303


 

New moon

New moon emoji meaning

The new moon emoji is a full, round moon that’s either gray, blue, or blueish-gray. Some new moons show the darker areas on the moon.

Use this emoji when you’re talking about night time, the moon, a solar eclipse, outer space, feeling down, new beginnings, or something that’s creepy and freaks you out, like Halloween time. New Moon is also the name of a famous movie in the Twilight Saga –  a series of movies full of vampires and werewolves…


-> Here is the new moon / dark moon / shadow moon / solar eclipse / new moon symbol emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nauseated face emoji: U+1F311


 

New moon face

New moon face emoji meaning

New moon face emoji is a full circle that’s gray, blue, or blueish-gray in color. It looks a lot like the new moon emoji but has two eyes and a smile on it. Some devices also show a clear nose and eyebrows on the face. This emoji plays on the man in the moon, where people say they ‘see’ a person or face in the light and shadows of the real moon. Europeans believed the man in the moon was a criminal who was sent to the moon to pay for his crimes.

This emoji is light-hearted, fun, and used at night or when talking about night-time. Use this emoji when you’re happy at night time, talking about the moon, talking about the man in the moon, or telling a good Halloween moon joke. 

Here’s a good Halloween moon joke to share:

When is the ????moon???? not hungry? 

When it’s full ????


-> Here is the new moon face / creepy moon / dark moon face emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for new moon face emoji: U+1F31A


 

Clock emojis

Nine o’clock

Nine o'clock emoji meaning

This emoji shows a clock face with the short hand pointing to the number 9 and the long hand pointing to the number 12. This clock means exactly what it shows: the time 9 o’clock. 

Use this emoji when making plans to meet someone at 9 o’clock, when you’re hosting an event that starts at that time, when you’ll finish with something, or when you’ll be ready. Just make sure the person knows if you mean morning time or night time by adding a.m or p.m. But it’s even easier in emoji speak by adding a sun or moon after the clock. Adding an alarm clock emoji ⏰ warns the person not to be late for the appointment.

???????? = 9 o’clock in the morning

???????? = 9 o’clock at night

????????⏰ = Be there at 9 a.m. and don’t be late


-> Here is the clock face nine o’clock emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for clock face nine o’clock emoji: U+1F558


 

Nine thirty clock

Nine-thirty clock emoji meaning

This emoji shows a clock face with the short hand pointing to the number 9 and the long hand pointing to the number 6. This clock means exactly what it shows: half past nine or 9:30. 

Use this clock emoji when making plans to meet someone at 9:30 or to let them know what time you’ll be finished or ready. Just add a sun or moon after the clock to let them know if it’s in the morning or at night. If you use this clock face with an alarm clock emoji ⏰, you’re telling the person not to be late!

???????? = 9:30 in the morning

???????? = 9:30 at night

????????⏰ = Be there at 9:30 p.m. and don’t be late


-> Here is the clock face nine thirty emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for clock face nine thirty face emoji: U+1F564


 

Object emojis

Name badge

Name badge emoji meaning

The name badge emoji is most commonly pink or red and shaped like a tulip or small fire. There is a small empty rectangle inside to write your name. Some name badge emojis are not tulips but rectangular name badges.

Name badges or name tags are clipped or stuck like a sticker onto your clothing, to one side of your chest. You might wear a name badge to an event, on a school trip, or when you work, so people know what to call you.

 Use this emoji to let people know they need to wear a name badge to an event, to identify themselves. You can also use the name badge emoji with a question mark ????? to ask someone for their name, if you’ve forgotten it or don’t recognize their number.


-> Here is the name badge / fire tag / tofu on fire emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for name badge emoji: U+1F4DB


 

Nut and bolt

Nut and bolt emoji meaning

The nut and bolt emoji shows a bolt with a nut threaded on it. It can be gray, silver, or dark blue. 

Use this emoji when talking about home repairs, DIY, building work, or when recommending a good handyman. Some people use it to say they’re lifting weights at the gym, where the nut and bolt look like a gym weight. Others use it as a picture for the word ‘screw’, which is a slang word in English and isn’t very polite to use.

​????​????​ = Screw you = I’m angry with you so go away and leave me alone

​????​????​ = Screw up = It’s a big mess / mistake


-> Here is the nut and bolt / screw emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nut and bolt emoji: U+1F529


 

Notebook

Notebook emoji meaning

The notebook emoji is of a plan, hardcover notebook. It’s most commonly black, white, and/or gray, but some devices show it with blue, yellow, brown, or purple. 

The notebook emoji is all about writing by hand and school. Use it when you’re talking about writing, taking notes, studying, in class, or talking about a schedule or to-do list. 


-> Here is the notebook / black and white book / composition notebook emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for notebook emoji: U+1F4D3


 

Notebook with decorative cover

Notebook with decorative cover emoji meaning

 

The notebook with decorative cover emoji shows a colored, hardcover notebook. It’s most commonly orange, pink, or brown, but some devices show it with gray or blue. Some have yellow circles on the cover, flowers, or the word ‘Diary’ or ‘Notes’ on the cover.

This emoji is prettier than the plain notebook emoji ???? but it’s still about things that you write or draw by hand. It’s all about journaling, sketching, and keeping a personal diary. Use it when you’re talking about your diary, sketches and artwork, or your bullet journal. 

If you want some great ideas on what to track in your bullet journal notebook, check out this list of bullet journal habit trackers HERE.


-> Here is the notebook with decorative cover emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for notebook with decorative cover emoji: U+1F4D4


 

Newspaper

Newspaper emoji meaning

 

The newspaper emoji shows a traditional printed newspaper, where the latest news stories are printed onto large sheets of paper and delivered to people’s doors. Most devices show the newspaper in black and white, but some have blue in it or are completely blue.

Use this emoji when you’re talking about magazines, celebrity gossip, making a personal announcement, or what’s in the news.

Here’s an example of the newspaper emoji in a message:

I was today years old when I found out I could get all the latest ???? on Trump in one place!


-> Here is the newspaper emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for newspaper emoji: U+1F4F0


 

Nesting dolls

Nesting dolls emoji meaning

The nesting dolls emoji shows a wooden doll with a cape over her head, resting in a bowl that’s a bigger version of herself. This is what nesting dolls are: a group of wooden dolls, one larger than the next, that are usually painted to look like women or girls. But the smallest doll fits into the next size, and that doll fits into one that’s slightly bigger, and so on. Once you’ve nested all the dolls, you have one wooden doll with all the smaller dolls inside it.

Photo of nesting dolls

Image courtesy of Fanghong

Nesting dolls come from Russia and are traditionally a symbol of fertility and motherhood. As an emoji, they represent East European culture. But this emoji can also mean a ‘secret’ because if you don’t know there are other dolls inside the large doll, you’ll never find them. Many children and adults like to play with dolls or collect them, so the nesting dolls can also refer to a collection of something or a bunch of toys.

There are a few ways to use the nesting dolls emoji depending on what meaning you need:

  1. When you’re talking about a secret or the many layers someone can have, including yourself
  2. When you’re talking about motherhood and children
  3. When you’re talking about tradition and customs passed from one generation to the next
  4. When you’re talking about a collection of something
  5. When you’re talking about toys
  6. When you’re talking about Eastern Europe or planning a trip there

 

Necktie

Necktie emoji meaning

The necktie emoji shows a simple necktie or a work shirt with a necktie. The necktie and shirt come in a range of colors, including blue, red, orange, yellow, white, and purple.

A necktie is worn around the neck to work or a formal event. Use this emoji when you’re talking about work, your career, a work function, a formal evening out, or when you want to let someone know to dress smart.


-> Here is the necktie / business shirt / shirt and tie / tie emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for necktie emoji: U+1F454


 

Nazar amulet

Nazar amulet emoji meaning

An amulet is a good luck charm that protects you from evil. It can be a a bead or charm worn as jewelry, or it can be an ornament.

The nazar amulet is usually round with blue and white circles in it. There is often a black dot in the center of these circles. It’s often a bead that is worn around the wrist or neck, which is why some nazar amulet emojis show a hole at the top of the amulet. This amulet is believed to protect people from the Evil Eye, which is a curse that can be placed on you by someone who stares at you, even if you don’t know they’re doing it.

This emoji means protection, jealousy, and charms. Use the nazar amulet emoji when you’re sending love and protection to someone. Or send this emoji to someone that you believe doesn’t have your best wishes at heart.


-> Here is the nazar amulet / evil eye talisman emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for nazar amulet emoji: U+1F9FF


 

Button emojis

Next track button

Next track button emoji meaning

The next track button emoji has two triangles pointing to the right followed by a straight vertical line. This emoji is blue, orange, purple, or black on all devices.

When listening to music or podcasts or when watching videos, pressing the next track button skips what you’re listening to and goes straight to the next song, podcast, or scene. Use this emoji when you’re bored and don’t want to hear someone’s story or complaint. You are asking the person to stop and skip to the next story. You can also use this emoji when you’re ready to let something go and move on to the next phase in your life. Of course, this emoji also works when you’re listening to tracks or watching videos. When you send this emoji you mean ‘Skip! let’s move on to the next one’.


-> Here is the next track button / skip forward symbol emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ⏭️

-> Unicode for nazar amulet emoji: U+23ED


 

NG button

NG button emoji meaning

The NG button emoji has the letters NG in it. This emoji is red, blue, or gray on all devices.

Originally, this emoji was created to mean No Good for mistakes made when filming. These No Good takes are also known as Bloopers. But in a chat or social media post, this NG emoji can mean a few different things:

  • No Good
  • Nice Game
  • Nice Girl
  • Nice Guy
  • Not Going

-> Here is the NG button / blooper / No Good / squared NG emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for NG button emoji: U+1F196


 

NEW button

NEW button emoji meaning

The NEW button emoji has the word NEW written in the middle of it. This emoji is either blue, gray, orange, or red on all devices. Some have a solid block frame around them, while others simply have a horizontal line above and below the word NEW.

This emoji means exactly what it says to you: new. When you buy new shoes, a new car, a new outfit, or start a new relationship, use the NEW button emoji to let the world know on social media or in a chat. Can you guess what these emoji combinations mean?

???????? – New medal

????❤️ – New love

???????? – New phone

????????❗ – New boots!


-> Here is the NEW button / squared NEW emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for NEW button emoji: U+1F195


 

Signs

There are 8 emojis that start with the letter N – and all of them are signs telling you what NOT to do. All of these emojis are round. The red circle around the edge and the red line running from the top left to bottom right corners let you know that whatever’s crossed out is not allowed or not available. Let’s see what each emoji sign means:

Non-potable water

Non-potable water emoji meaning

This non-potable water emoji lets you know that there’s no drinking water available – whatever water comes out of the faucet will probably make you sick, so don’t drink it!

Use this emoji when you’re planning a trip or going somewhere and you need to let people know they can’t drink the water there.


-> Here is the non-potable water / no drinking water / no water emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for non-potable water  emoji: U+1F6B1


 

No smoking

No smoking emoji meaning

This no smoking emoji lets you know that smoking is not allowed. This emoji is black, white and red on most devices, but some make it blue and rectangular in shape.

Use this emoji when you need to let someone know that smoking is prohibited.


-> Here is the no smoking emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no smoking emoji: U+1F6AD


 

No pedestrians

No pedestrians emoji meaning

This no pedestrians emoji lets you know that you cannot walk around that area, probably because it’s dangerous. There might be a lot of trucks or buses racing through there, or it might be an runway for planes, but whatever it is, this emoji is warning you to not go walking around. 

Use this emoji when you need to let someone know that they can’t walk around the area.


-> Here is the no pedestrians / no people / no walking emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no pedestrians emoji: U+1F6B7


 

No one under 18

No one under eighteen emoji meaning

This no one under 18 emoji lets you know that anyone under the age of 18 is not allowed to join or enter.

Use this emoji when you’re going out for the night, planning a party or event, or anything where anyone under 18 won’t be allowed. It can also be used for censorship, when there’s adult content that isn’t suitable for under-18s or when the content can’t be shown in an office or work environment (not suitable for work NSFW).


-> Here is the no one under 18 / NSFW emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no one under 18 emoji: U+1F51E


 

No mobile phones

No mobile phones emoji meaning

This no mobile phones emoji lets you know that phones may not be taken into an area or to an event. If phones are allowed to be taken in, you will not be allowed to make calls, receive calls, or use it at all – it should be switched off or on silent.

Use this emoji when warning someone about the restrictions on mobile phone use. For example, if you’re going to watch a show or a movie, or you’re traveling somewhere where phones aren’t allowed, send this emoji to everyone that will be traveling with you so they know the rules.


-> Here is the no mobile phones / no cell phones / no phones / no smartphones emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no mobile phones emoji: U+1F4F5


 

No littering

No littering emoji meaning

This no littering emoji lets you know that throwing rubbish or trash on the floor, called littering, is not allowed. 

Use this emoji when you know someone who likes to leave their empty food cartons or bottles lying around, and you want to remind them not to do it. You can also send this emoji when you’re going to an area that’s monitored and where littering is prohibited, just to remind people to pick up after themselves. 


-> Here is the no littering / do not litter symbol emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no littering emoji: U+1F6AF


 

No entry

No entry emoji meaning

This no entry emoji is a universal sign that always means: do not go in here. The sign is a red circle with a white horizontal stripe in the middle.

Use this emoji when there’s an area that people cannot enter, especially if they will get into trouble or get hurt. Some examples of no entry areas could be for a construction site, or going the wrong way up a one-way street. You can also send this emoji in a message if seomeon is trying to start a conversation that you don’t want to have – you’re letting them know to stop and leave it alone.


-> Here is the no entry emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ⛔

-> Unicode for no littering emoji: U+26D4


 

No bicycles

No bicycles emoji meaning

This no bicycles emoji shows a bicycle that’s crossed out by a red line. It’s red, black and white on all devices.

Use this emoji when bicycles are not allowed in an area or for safety reasons.


-> Here is the no bicycles / no bikes emoji, if you want to highlight, copy and paste it: ????

-> Unicode for no bicycles emoji: U+1F6B3


 

Flag emojis

Norway flag

Norway flag emoji

The Norway flag emoji represents Norway’s flag. We can thank the Kingdom of Norway for inventing snow skiing! A Nordic country in Northern Europe, it also has the longest car tunnel in the world at 15 miles (24.5 km) long. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and O. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NO.

-> Here is the Norwegian flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Norway flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3 

U+1F1F4

 

Northern Mariana Islands flag

Northern Mariana islands flag emoji

The Northern Mariana Islands flag emoji represents the Northern Mariana Islands’ flag. These islands were named after the Spanish Queen Mariana. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: M and P. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as MP.

-> Here is the Northern Mariana Islands flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste:????????

-> Unicode for Northern Mariana Islands flag or Micronesian flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F2

U+1F1F5

 

North Macedonia flag

North Macedonia flag emoji

The North Macedonia flag emoji represents the North Macedonia flag. North Macedonia is a small, landlocked country in southeast Europe. The country flag has a yellow sun against a red backdrop. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: M and K. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as MK.

-> Here is the North Macedonia flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Macedonian flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F2

U+1F1F0

 

Norfolk Island flag

Norfolk island flag emoji

The Norfolk Island flag emoji represents the Norfolk Island flag. Norfolk island is an external territory of Australia, home to Greenwich University which was relocated to the territory from Hawaii in 1998. Another interesting fact? Residents can list the nicknames in the phone directory rather than their full names.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and F. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NF.

-> Here is the Norfolk Island flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Norfolk Island flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1EB

 

North Korea flag

North Korea flag emoji

 

The North Korea flag emoji represents the North Korea flag. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: K and P. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as KP.

-> Here is the North Korean flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste:????????

-> Unicode for North Korea flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F0

U+1F1F5

 

Niue flag

Niue flag emoji

The Niue flag emoji represents the Niue flag. Niue is pronounced as Nyoo-ay, which means ‘behold the coconut’ in English. Niue is famous for being a raised ring-shaped coral reef, it’s one of the largest coral islands in the world, and was the first dark sky country, a campaign that aims to reduce light pollution.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and U. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NU.

-> Here is the Niue flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Niue flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1FA

 

Nigeria flag

Nigeria flag emoji

 

The Nigeria flag emoji represents the Nigerian flag. The name Nigeria comes from the Niger River, which runs through the country. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and G. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NG.

-> Here is the Nigeria flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Nigeria flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1EC

 

Niger flag

Niger flag emoji

The Niger flag emoji represents the Niger flag. Niger is also named after the Niger River, like Nigeria. It’s the largest country in West Africa and is landlocked, bordered by Libya, Chad, Nigeria and Benin.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and E. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NE.

-> Here is the Niger flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Niger flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1EA

 

Nicaragua flag

Nicaragua flag emoji

 

The Nicaragua flag emoji represents the Nicaragua flag. Lake Nicaragua is the biggest lake in Central America. Even though it’s a freshwater lake, you’ll find bull sharks and sawfish swimming in the water.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and I. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NI.

-> Here is the Nicaragua flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Nicaragua flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1EE

 

New Zealand flag

New Zealand flag emoji

The New Zealand flag emoji represents the New Zealand flag. New Zealand is made up of two large islands and some smaller ones. It’s also called home by the kakapo, the heaviest and only parrot in the world that can’t fly.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and Z. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NZ.

-> Here is the New Zealand flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for New Zealand flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1FF

 

New Caledonia flag

New Caledonia flag emoji

The New Caledonia flag emoji represents the New Caledonia flag. This flag was adopted in July 2010 and is called the Kanak Flag, though the country also still uses the traditional French flag. This makes New Caledonia one of the few places in the world to have two official flags.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and C. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NC.

-> Here is the New Caledonia flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for New Caledonia flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1E8

 

Netherlands flag

Netherlands flag emoji

The Netherlands flag emoji represents the Netherlands flag. The Netherlands is famous for its tulips, clogs (wooden shoes), windmills and wonderful cheese.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and L. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NL.

-> Here is the Netherlands flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Netherlands flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1F1

 

Nepal flag

Nepal flag emoji

The Nepal flag emoji represents the Nepal flag. This is the only flag that is not a rectangle. The red symbolizes victory and courage, while the blue shows a desire for peace. The moon represents the people’s calm and peaceful nature, while the sun shows the strength and aggression of the country’s warriors. 

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and P. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NP.

-> Here is the Nepal flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Nepal flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1F5

 

Nauru flag

Nauru flag emoji

 

The Nauru flag emoji represents the Nauru flag.  Nauru was once known as Pleasant Island and is the third-smallest country in the world, behind Vatican City and Monaco. The 12 points in the flag’s star represent the 12 clans on Nauru.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and R. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NR.

-> Here is the Nauru flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Nauru flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1F7

 

Namibia flag

Namibia flag emoji

 

The Namibia flag emoji represents the Namibia flag. This flag was adopted when Namibia gained independence from South Africa in 1990. The red strip represents the country’s people, with the white surrounding them in peace. The green area represents agriculture, while the blue is for the country’s water and rain. The sun brings life and energy to them all.

Showing the flag needs a sequence of two regional indicator symbols: N and A. Platforms that support these indicators show the actual flag, while platforms that don’t support regional indicator symbols simply show the emoji as NA.

-> Here is the Namibia flag emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????????

-> Unicode for Namibia flag emoji (use both):

U+1F1F3

U+1F1E6

 

The letter N emoji

Letter N Emoji

The letter N emoji is a regional indicator symbol. There are 26 of these symbols – one for each letter of the alphabet (A-Z). When these symbols are used together they are given special treatment. For example, the Niger flag uses the regional indicators N and E to tell your device to show the Niger flag. The device knows it needs to treat these two symbols together as the Niger flag, not as separate letters.


-> Here is the letter N emoji to highlight, copy and paste: ????

-> Unicode for the letter Y emoji: U+1F1F3


 

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