Emojis for Halloween 2019

Here you will find emojis associated with the holiday known as Halloween, you can see the full 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 Halloween.

Emoji combinations for Halloween

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

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Happy Halloween!


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Trick or treat!


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Carving pumpkin


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Playing dress-up


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Haunted House


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Candy!


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Halloween party


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Boo, scary!


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All Halloween-emojis

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

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👿
🤡
👻
💀
🧛‍♀️
🧛‍♂️
🧟‍♀️
🧟‍♂️
🧞‍♀️
🧞‍♂️
🧜‍♀️
🧜‍♂️
🧚‍♀️
🧚‍♂️
🦇
🦄
🕷
🕸
🍭
🍬
💉

Halloween - an eerie feast

The roots of Halloween are found in Ireland and Scotland, more specifically in the Celts' meeting with the Vikings. The Vikings practiced hundreds of years of influence over Celtic customs and the best guesses claim that Halloween is a feast consisting of a fusion of Celtic customs and the Vikings Autumn Blot.

Nowadays, it is a feast that has its cultural stronghold in the United States, where the feast came with Irish and British immigrants from the 17th century onwards. It is mainly two traditions that are associated with the feast. Firstly, the one who claims that children dress up to ghosts and popular cultural figures to knock the door during the dice "bus or candy" and partly a widespread use of cutting out faces in pumpkins.