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Gevouwen Handen

Two hands placed firmly together, meaning please or thank you in Japanese culture. A common alternative use for this emoji is for prayer, using the same gesture as praying hands. It can also represent a respectful greeting or show of adoration many in Southeast Asian religions and cultures, such as the Hindu namaste or Buddhist añjali mudra.

Rarely used as a high-five, despite often being suggested as one by emoji keyboard search features. More about this emoji and its possible meanings.

A previous version of this emoji displayed a yellow burst of light behind the two hands on iOS. Android once showed a blob-character with closed eyes and folded hands.

Gevouwen Handen is goedgekeurd als onderdeel van Unicode 6.0 in 2010 en toegevoegd aan Emoji 1.0 in 2015.