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The TattooSymbol.com web site provides the tattooed and the soon-to-be tattooed with important information about their tattoo design choices, including potential symbols, their meanings, and some history. If you’re thinking about the ink, then you should be looking at as many tattoos and designs as you can find.
Tattoo Symbol of the Month
Even the Army’s song says it: “First to fight for the right, And to build the Nation’s might, And the Army goes rolling along.” An American Army tattoo is all about the nation.
2013 is the year of the rat and, if you were born in 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, or 1996 you’re considered ambitious and charismatic. Lucky you!
When the Romans chose a bird to stamp on their coins, they couldn’t have picked more appropriately than the phoenix–even if their empire wasn’t exactly eternal.
As the Dalai Lama says: “…recite the mantra Om mani padme hum, but while you are doing it, you should be thinking on its meaning, for the meaning of the six syllables is great and vast.”
Was it the Romans who gave birth to the Welsh Dragon? The evidence definitely points in that direction.
Sharks are wicked scary and for very good reason. The hammerhead, like the great white, will attack people without provocation.
The fearsome oni of Japanese myth may be a two-horned devil but he’s not always evil.
Call it our fascination for the spooky or our delight in the devlish but Halloween images have definitely made their way under our skins.
You might think that the Celts had a monopoly on the triquetra. But, if you’re wearing this tattoo, you might also be a Swede or a Wiccan.
How appropriate that the “art person” should be so artistically rendered. Meet the Japanese Geisha.
The Wu Fu symbol is more than just Chinese bats. It’s also a pun and some awesome good luck.
The beauty of a big ship under sail belies the real danger that was a daily part of life on the ocean.
Nothing is more reminiscent of humanity and the brevity of life than the human skull, even if you dress it up a bit.