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Emojis for Easter 2020

Here you will find emojis associated with Easter, you can see the entire list below and each emoji is clickable and leads to an informational page about that particular emoji. Don't miss out on our collection of emoji combinations for Easter.

Emoji combinations for Easter

Below we have put together ready-made combinations of emojis that represents details or things associated with Easter.

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Happy Easter!


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Easter Bunny


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Hunting for eggs


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Gift from the Easter Bunny


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Resurrecting Jesus


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Going to Church


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All Easter-emojis

Below you can find a large collection of emojis that in one way or another can be associated with Easter.

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Easter - Christianity's greatest feast

Easter is generally regarded as the greatest feast of the Christian church year and commemorated in the memory of Jesus' death, suffering on the cross and resurrection. It is alongside the Christmas holidays to be considered one of the year's longer festivals, as it includes Thursday's Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Eve, Easter Day and Easter Monday.

Just as is the case with so many other religious celebrations, Easter has over time come to be secularized and increasingly become a feast when family and friends celebrate together without thinking much about the roots of the feast. For example, it is not at all unusual for you to gather and eat Easter tables - in many ways a kind of variation on the Christmas table.

The feast's secular symbols include the Easter bunny (which it can also be said to have a counterpart in Christmas Santa's) which is said to deliver Easter eggs to children. In practice, many families with children have as ritual that at some point during the Easter weekend hide Easter eggs in cardboard filled with sweets and other things to let the children find them.