🔑 Key emoji
The image of the key emoji, which is commonly employed to activate containers, doors, and other objects. There are various possible interpretations of this emoji, ranging from its literal meaning, which pertains to situations such as unlocking doors or retrieving keys, to its figurative meaning, which involves locating the solution to a complex problem, answering a challenging question, or possessing another individual's key.
A key functions to unlock a door or lock. A key made of gold, bronze, or copper, featuring a serrated blade and a round head, positioned at a 45° angle. Frequent usage in figurative senses of "crucial"; for instance, "the key to success" or "being key."
🗝️ Old Key
A vintage key, such as the one used to unlock an antique chest or wardrobe. Generally portrayed at a 45° angle as a silver skeleton key that is corroded and bears an ornately bowed head and a two-toothed bit positioned at the lower left.
🔐 Locked with Key
A padlock that is locked (closed) and features a perpendicular key positioned to the right. Similar designs are utilized by vendors for their Locked and Key products.
#️⃣ Keycap Number Sign
A cipher key, which in the United States is occasionally denoted as a pound key. Mostly employed in the digital realm to generate a hashtag (or hash flag) for social media platforms.
🛅 Left Luggage
An icon that signifies a location where one can store their luggage. Typically observed in Japanese train terminals, these symbols denote coin containers that charge a daily fee to store luggage.
A padlock in the closed position, serving as an emblem for a secure internet connection, private account, or secured device, or as a mechanism to secure a fastener or chain. Typically portrayed with a shackle made of silver and a foundation made of gold. The theme of WhatsApp is silver.
🔏 Locked with Pen
A closed padlock that is secured, featuring a fountain pen or nib positioned at different angles in proximity to it.