❌ Cross emoji
The cross emoji is a slash, it is related to accent, slash, cancel, multiply, x,... It means refuse, cancel, forbid and error.
✝️ Latin Cross
A Latin cross, also called a Christian cross. This cross symbol is frequently used to represent Christianity. aesthetically comparable to the Orthodox cross.
🚸 Children's Crossing
A crossing sign for children, typically placed near schools or other areas where vehicles should exercise caution due to the presence of young children.
❌ Cross Mark
A large, red cross in the shape of the letter X, akin to the multiplication sign.
☦️ Orthodox Cross
Emoji 1.0 was updated in 2015 to include the Orthodox Cross symbol, which had previously been included in Unicode 1.1 in 1993.
🎌 Crossed Flags
Two Japanese flags with their bases crossed. Except for certain Samsung devices, which formerly displayed two South Korean flags.
⚔️ Crossed Swords
Two steel swords with X-shaped blades, used for combat between two knights or combatants. Typically portrayed as straight, double-edged swords with brown or black, cross-shaped hilts and upward-pointing points. Commonly employed as a symbol for battle, combat, or competition in athletics.
🤞 Crossed Fingers
The index (first) finger is crossed over the middle (second) finger to create this emoji. Commonly used as a sign of good luck or to express a desire for a positive outcome.
❎ Cross Mark Button
In 2010, Cross Mark Button was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 under the name "Negative Squared Cross Mark" and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.