Butterfly Symbol 【Emoji, Copy and Paste】

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Butterfly Emoji and Symbol

The Butterfly Symbol has a different narrative across different cultures, with each stage of the butterfly’s development depicting different elements. The metamorphosis of butterflies is used as a metaphor for rebirth. Because rebirths portray effort, life-changing events and attitudes, and a connection to spirituality, it’s only fair to use something as beautiful as butterflies to depict this. Nonetheless, all cultures come together to signify butterfly symbols as a depiction of hope, love, positivity, and new beginnings.

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All Symbols That Can Be Used For Butterfly:

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How to use these symbols?

Copy and paste the butterfly symbol in just one click. Just click on the butterfly symbol copy button next to it and insert it anywhere.

Where did the butterfly symbols emoji come from?

The butterfly is mostly seen to have a spiritual significance across the board. It has seen its origin from the ancient Celts, to the native indigenous Americans. In today’s world, it still holds meaning in western culture and China.

The ancients saw butterflies as the opposite of a worm, which essentially meant they saw their souls in them. Expanding on that concept, they believed, it is one’s inclination toward light and growth, leaving behind days of darkness.

The Mesoamericans saw the metamorphosis of butterflies as a symbol of rebirth. This was commonly believed to be true for martyrs in battle, who would then awaken in another dimension as birds, and hummingbirds forever. Similarly, the native Americans also saw hope, the possibility of a makeover that ultimately brought hope, optimism, and zest into one’s life. The Celtic mythology and African culture interpret butterflies in much the same way.

Though spirituality and religiosity are two different concepts, they both appear to be mostly the same given their common grounds of awareness, connection, and mindfulness. Hence, the butterfly emoji’s spirituality also partly arises from the religious concept of the Bible. In Christianity, there is a mention of butterflies in the Bible creating a relationship between the rebirth of Jesus Christ, and the transformation of a butterfly.

In the modern world, the western culture sees the feeling of being light in butterflies, and China sees happiness and pleasure in them.

However, all in all, the symbol mainly comes from the butterfly’s delicate beauty showcasing positive energy, optimism, love, rehabilitation, new beginnings, and freedom from hardships.

What do you mean when using the symbol of a butterfly?

The symbol became extremely popular in 2017 after Nylon Magazine started using it. Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott jumped on the bandwagon as well, making others more aware of this emoji.

When using this symbol, you are essentially telling the world that you mean well, and other good things have happened to you that have influenced you to use this emoji. It could mean you’ve come out of a dark time and you’ve found light at the end of the tunnel. It could also mean you’re turning a new leaf over. Largely, you could also be saying that while the physical world around you is in turmoil, your soul, spirit, and inner self are still, at peace.

It is also said that using an emoji of a butterfly could also show that you are in love with someone or have a crush on them. This ideology has mainly grown from the saying, “butterflies in the stomach.”

What does the emoji look like in different places?

On Facebook, Google, and Microsoft devices, the emoji is a classic yellow butterfly emoji. Whereas, on Twitter and Apple devices, the butterfly is blue.

Location of these emojis

On Mac:

Place your cursor where you’d like the emoji and just press the commander + control + spacebar key simultaneously to have a scrolling emoji keyboard appear on your screen. Once that comes up, just find your emoji and click on it for it to appear.

On Windows:

Pressing the Windows Logo Key and the Period Key allows for the emoji keyboard to appear. From then on, the same format as Mac follows.