Snapchat emoji meanings are always something we wonder but never get to look up. Before you send a snap to someone you might be wondering if the emoji next to that person has any meaning. You will be glad to know that they aren’t there for no reason. In this post we listed all the possible snapchat emoji meanings.
The Most Popular Snapchat Emojis:
🌟 Gold Star — Someone has replayed this person’s snaps in the past 24 hours. They must have something interesting to show.
💛 Yellow Heart — You are #1 best friends with each other. You send the most snaps to this person, and they send the most snaps to you.
❤️ Red Heart — You have been #1 BFs with each other for two weeks straight.
💕 Pink Hearts — You have been #1 BFs with each other for two months straight. Dedication!
👶 Baby — You just became friends with this person.
😎 Face with Sunglasses — One of your best friends is one of their best friends. You send a lot of snaps to someone they also send a lot of snaps to.
😬 Grimacing Face — Your #1 best friend is their #1 best friend. You send the most snaps to the same person that they do. Awkward.
😏 Smirking Face — You are one of their best friends …but they are not a best friend of yours. You don’t send them many snaps, but they send you a lot.
😊 Smiling Face — Another best friend of yours. You send this person a lot of snaps. Not your #1 best friend, but they are up there.
🔥 Fire — You are on a Snapstreak! You have snapped this person every day, and they have snapped you back. Increases with number of consecutive days.
💯 Hundred — 100 Day Snapstreak. The 100 emoji appears next to the fire when you snap back and forth with someone for one hundred days in a row.
⌛ Hourglass — Your Snapstreak is about to end. Send another snap to keep it alive.
These are the snapchat emoji meanings you see on snapchat.
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