It's safe to say I only really use a couple of these.
I use this as a "WHATEVER" or ...a joke "You're welcome" emoji.
Name + meaning: Information Desk Person. A girl holding out her hand, working at a reception desk or information desk.
Name + meaning: Open Hands Sign. Two open hands, representing either openness or a hug.
Never use this and had NO idea!
Name + meaning: Person Bowing Deeply. A person bowing deeply, with great deference and respect for the person the bow is directed toward. Known as dogeza in Japan, bowing is most prominent in Asian countries such as Japan, Korea, or China as a form of respect, decency, and manners.
I use this for I'm dead or I just saw something X-rated.
Name + meaning: Astonished Face. Face with crosses as eyes that looks like xx. Raised eyebrows and a wide-open mouth.
I thought it meant happy home?!
Name + meaning: Love Hotel. A hotel that can be hired by the hour, instead of as accommodation for the evening.
I don't use this one either...but would use to represent a creeper...aka steve-o?
Name + meaning: Bust in Silhouette. Generic profile of one person — often used in interface design to represent a user.
I assumed this was like...OMG...my sunglasses were on my head the whole time I was looking for them.
Name + meaning: Face With OK Gesture. A person with arms above her head, making an ‘OK’ sign (circle) with the whole body. Also looks a bit like a ballerina, or putting hands on head.
Name + meaning: Face Without Mouth. Represents silence, as this emoji is always silent. Imagine the things he would say if he had a mouth.
So this isn't a girl scout with her sash?
Name + meaning: Running Shirt With Sash. A singlet or running shirt, with a sash *for some reason.
A cheap fire emoji?
Name + meaning: Name Badge. Used to identify oneself in a location where others may not know your name.
Name + meaning: Kissing Face. This emoji is kissing, but also looks like a whistling emoji, or blowing air. A bit more of an innocent, "I’m pretending I didn’t do anything" whistle, especially if combined with the music note.
Name + meaning: Anger Symbol. A shape used in comic books to indicate a punch landed, perhaps next to the words “Bam” or “Pow.” Used for impact.
Oh...whoops...I always use this for my sad emoji response.
Name + meaning: Sleepy Face. Not to be confused with Sleeping Face Emoji, this Sleepy Face Emoji is drooling out one side of its mouth. Presumably in a deep sleep.
Name + meaning: Department Store. A large department store, selling a range of products to the general public.
Name + meaning: Person With Folded Hands. Two hands placed firmly together, meaning please or thank you in Japanese culture. This emoji is sometimes used as a high-five emoji due to the similarity in appearance to a high-five gesture.
Name + meaning: Flower Playing Cards. A deck of playing cards Emoji. This is of the top of the deck, with no card face showing.
Name + meaning: Disappointed but Relieved Face. This Emoji has sweat dripping from its brow, presumably due to a stressful situation. Not to be confused with the Crying Face Emoji, which has a tear on the cheek, instead of a bead of sweat.
Name + meaning: European Post Office. A European-style post office. In the Apple artwork, a Postal Horn can be seen on the front.
Name + meaning: Dizzy Symbol. A circle of stars (like the ones that surround cartoons after getting hit in the head). Also used to represent comets or shooting stars.
Name + meaning: Women With Bunny Ears. Japan's take on Playboy bunnies are called "Bunny Girls," so the emoji represents attractive women.