– The first emoji picture on this level features a moon and a light bulb. While you might be tempted to think about “black light" at first, the round black sphere in the image is the moon.
– Besides the obvious meaning of this emoji, you can find the term “Moonlight" in many areas of interest, from geography to entertainment productions, computing, songs and so on.
– This emoji meaning is easy to guess if you follow the number one rule of guessing emoji meanings: associate the images with the literal meanings of the words. In this case you need to find some alternative meanings, but it’s an easy leap to take. The wave stands for “sea" and the bird stands for “gull."
– Besides awesome birds, the term “Seagull" can be also find in business, media and entertainment, sports, transportation, military and geography. Use this emoji carefully depending on the context.
Fight Fire With Fire
– This is a very fine piece of emoji art and a very interesting emoji meaning too, as the idiom it conveys is pretty common to casual conversations. The image shows two fire flames and the word vs. between them, which can translate into “fire against fire." Count the requested emoji words you need to guess and the letters making the words and you will reach the correct answer.
– “To fight fire with fire" means to respond to an adverse situation or opponent with the same methods used against you. This is also the name of a Metallica song.
I Smell a Rat
– There are four emoji words here conveyed by four emoji icons, so let’s see if this is a tricky emoji or not. We have a pair of eyes (but they don’t mean eyes or sight, but “I" – a nice word play), a nose, used for its functionality (smell), letter “A" and a mouse (used here for “rat").
– The actual smell of rats is awful, but this idiom refers to something else. “To smell a rat" means that you suspect something wrong or you suspect somebody of foul play.
– We’ve seen both emoji icons composing this picture before. We have a bridge and a stone statue (suggesting “stone"), so the only logical emoji meaning here is “Bridge Stone."
– You may be more familiar with the “Bridgestone" name – the Japanese tires manufacturer.
– This emoji meaning belongs to the category of “almost literal interpretations." We invented this category, but you get the point. Read the boy in the image as “head" and the light bulb as “light."
– A headlight is a headlamp. We use this term in relationship with vehicles but also with outdoor activities, as headlamps are used in camping too.
Never Say Never
– A fine piece of emoji art, this image features two girls gesturing “no", or “forbidden" and a mouth between them. Interpret the girls’ gesture as “never" and you get a pretty common idiom.
– This idiom means that life is so surprising that you can’t be radical about anything, as who knows what may come down your way. The term is heavily used in media and entertainment productions as a song title, but also in business and sports.
– This is a very fine word – image puzzle and it goes like this: a chocolate bar and two pairs of lips. If we remember that the lips usually stand for “kiss", the emoji meaning should be “chocolate kiss." What famous chocolate kiss do you know?
– These “flat – bottomed teardrops" (which is the alternate way to say Hershey Kisses) are a very popular chocolate brand with fans in many parts of the world.
– This is not the first time we talk about a president through money – related emoji icons. Here we have the dollar symbol and number 1, so this is about the 1 dollar bill.
– You can use this emoji to either talk about the 1 dollar bill, or about President George Washington, the first President of the United States.
– The last emoji meaning you have to guess on this level is “Pencil Sharpener", an emoji composed of a pencil and a knife. What can you do with knives and pencils? Sharpen the pencils, we guess…
– This emoji refers to the beginnings of the pencil sharpeners, as long before the dedicated device’s appearance, people used knives to sharpen their pencils. The modern sharpener we all know today was patented in 1847 by a Frenchman.
It seems that the closer you get to the finish line, the easier the emojis become. Now that you almost flew through the Guess the Emoji Level 105 answers, let’s move up to the next level, as many surprises are waiting for us around the corner!