Autumn, more popularly known as “fall” is the season when leaves quite literally fall to anticipate winter. Besides just fallen leaves looking pretty and their rustling sounds soothing our ears, fallen leaves are significant to mother nature. When leaves fall, they help maintain the health of the soil, allowing safe water retention and healthy plants to grow. Moreover, nutrients from leaves on the ground are added food for birds apart from leaves on the trees. Lastly, plants pollinate well with fallen leaves.
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Though nobody truly takes the time out to think about fallen leaves, they hold a lot of significance and also symbolize a couple of things. Therefore, it makes complete sense as to why their emoji exists.
Fallen Leaf Emoji 2023:
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Where Did The Fallen Leaf Emoji Come From?
Surprisingly, something as simple as a fallen leaf also has some form of symbolism. Because the leaves fall to anticipate the next cycle of growth, they generally represent fertility, and the ability to grow. Additionally, as leaves fall as a result of a change in season, and welcome another season that follows the growth of green leaves, they essentially depict a moment for nature to start over. Hence, this process that ends with leaves falling, also signifies the decline of one’s life, leading to death. Since death is sad, dead leaves bring with them an aura of unhappiness and grief.
Collectively, the autumn leaf emoji originated from such symbolism along with its literal meaning. Without feeling too philosophical or ambitious, the autumn emoji could simply mean the season’s changing, the beauty of nature, and the season itself.
Is There Another Similar Emoji?
Yes, there is, and users often confuse this emoji with the emoji of green leaves. What is similar between these two emojis is the way the two look like they’ve already fallen. However, the difference lies in the green leaves fluttering and flying in the wind, rather than being on the ground. With the green leaves, it is as if the wind is swirling the leaves with them. Furthermore, the meaning of the emoji of fluttering leaves is also different from just “falling/fallen” leaves since it is mostly used when talking about marijuana.
So yes, there is a similar “looking” emoji, but their “meanings” vary drastically.
What Is The Emoji Like?
People often use the emoji when talking about fall. Or, it is also used with special occasions associated with fall such as Halloween and Thanksgiving. As it has such a strong connection with Autumn, the leaves are a shade of orange, mustard, and golden brown.
Apple and Facebook have three leaves in their set, whereas the rest, including Google, Windows, Twitter, and Samsung only have two leaves. Other than that, the emoji has actual leaves as a part of its design which is angled to make them seem like they’re on the ground.
Mac and Windows Emojis
It’s fairly simple to get these emojis on Windows and Mac both. On Mac, pressing command + control + spacebar gets the emoji keyboard. On Windows, pressing the Windows logo + period gets the emoji keyboard. On both, once the emoji keyboard pops up, it’s only a matter of typing “fallen” before the desired emoji appears.