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Star Symbols

U+2605
U+2606
U+272A
U+2735
U+272F
Shooting Star
U+1F320
٭
U+066D
U+272D
U+2730
Glowing Star
U+1F31F
Star of David
U+2721
U+269D
U+26B9
U+2749
U+274B
U+273A
U+2739
U+2738
U+2736
U+2737
U+2735
Eight Pointed Black Star
U+2734
Eight Spoked Asterisk
U+2733
U+2732
U+2731
U+2727
U+2726
U+235F
U+229B
U+2055
Six Pointed Star with Middle Dot
U+1F52F
U+FE61
U+2743
U+2742
U+273C
U+273B
U+2363
U+225B
*
U+002A
U+272B

Star is one of the most popular symbols. From the ancient times it was a symbol of celestial stars. In those days the celestial stars were reputed as sentient beings influencing on people. Our ancestors believed every person had his or her own star and they both had the same day of birth and the same day of death. From those times the phrase “to be born under a lucky star” is still remain.

A natural science that studies celestial objects, including stars, and phenomena is astronomy. Don’t mix it up with astrology. It studies zodiac signs. You also can find them in Unicode.

This set includes all star type symbols with various meanings: from a simple five-pointed star pictured in different ways to a star in circle and a star with shadow . All of them can be copied and pasted in your nickname or status in VK, or Instagram, or you can use them in your comments. All you need is copy and paste symbol you like from our website.

Star emojis from Unicode can signify entirely different objects and events. This symbol is a pentacle (not a pentangle), and for thousand of years it is a symbol of safety and security for different nations. Pythagoras believed it represented a mathematical perfection.

Multiplication sign also known as the times sign or the dimension sign, is a Math symbol of multiplication. It is often denoted by a star named asterisk *. In 17th century Swiss mathematician Johann Rahn introduced this symbol to signify multiplication.

In 19th century The Star of David, also known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David, was almost universally adopted by Jewish communities. It even adorns the national flag of The State of Israel. According to one of the numerous legends, its name is derived from the resemblance with the shape of King David’s shield.