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52 Amazing and Meaningful Tattoo Ideas

A tattoo is not simply a fashion icon. A lot of people love them all about the meaning behind them. It helps to express themselves and make them unique or for remembrance.

So you want to get a tattoo? The first question you will have to ask – what’s the meaning of your tattoo idea? We has separately published a number of posts on tattoos with meanings. Just enjoy the summary of 52 meaningful tattoo ideas, which I hope you will find inspiration.

01. Calendar Cards
A creative way to remember the important dates
A creative way to remember the important dates. Photo — Link

02. Music Crazy Micro Tattoo
Excellent collaboration of music elements, notes, micro, etc
Excellent collaboration of music elements, notes, micro, etc. Photo — Link

03. Steampunk Tattoo
A realistic tattoo to demonstrate the mechanical and retro inspired design.
A realistic tattoo to demonstrate the mechanical and retro inspired design.

04. Bird Tattoo On Chest by Xoil 
Bird tattoo in watercolor style
Bird tattoo in watercolor style

05. Realistic Trash Polka
Graffiti Style on the Canvas of Human Body
Graffiti Style on the Canvas of Human Body [Photo — Link]

06. Religious Design Tattoo, with Clouds and Cherubs
Religious design tattoo, with clouds and cherubs
[Photo — Link]
07. Red Rose Tattoo Ideas
Red Rose represents Love, Beauty and Romantic Love.
Red Rose represents Love, Beauty and Romantic Love. [Photo — Link]

08. Poppy Flower Tattoo
Poppies have long been used as a symbol of sleep, peace, and death. Red poppies have become a symbol of remembrance of soldiers who have died during wartime.
Poppies have long been used as a symbol of sleep, peace, and death. Red poppies have become a symbol of remembrance of soldiers who have died during wartime.

09. Black Lily Rlower Tattoo
In Christianity, the lily symbolizes chastity and purity of Virgin Mary.
In Christianity, the lily symbolizes chastity and purity of Virgin Mary.

10. Red Tulip Tattoo 
One of the most popular flowers in Europe in 17th century. Red tulip symbolizes true love.
One of the most popular flowers in Europe in 17th century. Red tulip symbolizes true love. [Photo — Link]

11. Hibiscus Tattoo
Hibiscus has been the representation of many nations: Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea, and Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia. The hibiscus is the national flower of the Republic of Haiti. The red hibiscus is the flower of the Hindu goddess Kali.
Hibiscus has been the representation of many nations: Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea, and Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia. The hibiscus is the national flower of the Republic of Haiti. The red hibiscus is the flower of the Hindu goddess Kali.

12. Gladiola Tattoo
The Gladioli is a flower that grows in the Mediterranean part of Europe, it also can be found in Tropical Africa, Asia, and South Africa. Gladiolus flowers represent sincerity and strength of character.
The Gladioli is a flower that grows in the Mediterranean part of Europe, it also can be found in Tropical Africa, Asia, and South Africa. Gladiolus flowers represent sincerity and strength of character. [Photo — Link]

13. Lotus Tattoo
The lotus flower represents purification and faithfulness in Buddhism as it grows from a murky water, while rising and blooming above the murk to achieve enlightenment.
The lotus flower represents purification and faithfulness in Buddhism as it grows from a murky water, while rising and blooming above the murk to achieve enlightenment. [Photo — Link]

14. Cherry Blossom Tattoo
A Cherry blossom is a kind of flower that is fading and withered very quickly. In the Japanese culture, this represents the transience of life, which is often associated with Buddhism influence that states all life is suffering and transitory.
A Cherry blossom is a kind of flower that is fading and withered very quickly. In the Japanese culture, this represents the transience of life, which is often associated with Buddhism influence that states all life is suffering and transitory. [Photo — Link]

15. Celtic Rose Cross Tattoo
Celtic Cross tattoo is one of religious tattoos, which is the symbol of Christianity. When it is integrated with rose, it gives additional meaning – love.
Celtic Cross tattoo is one of religious tattoos, which is the symbol of Christianity. When it is integrated with rose, it gives additional meaning – love.

16. Angel wings tattoo 
Angel wings are the main attribute of angel, which is the messenger of God in human form. Angel tattoo is another religious tattoo for expressing love of God.
Angel wings are the main attribute of angel, which is the messenger of God in human form. Angel tattoo is another religious tattoo for expressing love of God. [Photo — Link]

17. Jesus Christ Tattoo
Jesus Christ tattoo is to express the belief and love of God, and his greatest sacrifice.
Jesus Christ tattoo is to express the belief and love of God, and his greatest sacrifice.

18. Buddhist Tattoo
Buddhism is one of the oldest religions in east Asia. Buddhist tattoo is an expression of the belief of Buddha or Buddhism.
Buddhism is one of the oldest religions in east Asia. Buddhist tattoo is an expression of the belief of Buddha or Buddhism.

19. Knot Tattoo
The endless knot is a symbol for family ties, marriage and it symbolizes union, and eternal bonds of devotion.
The endless knot is a symbol for family ties, marriage and it symbolizes union, and eternal bonds of devotion.

20. Demon Tattoo
A demon is considered an unclean spirit, sometimes a fallen angel, the spirit of a deceased human in the Abrahamic traditions, including ancient and medieval Christian demonology.
A demon is considered an unclean spirit, sometimes a fallen angel, the spirit of a deceased human in the Abrahamic traditions, including ancient and medieval Christian demonology.

21. Aztec Tattoo
Aztec tattoo reminds people of Aztec civilization in the territory of Mexico before the Spanish conquest of the 16th century.
Aztec tattoo reminds people of Aztec civilization in the territory of Mexico before the Spanish conquest of the 16th century.

22. Gemini Tattoo
Gemini is an astrological sign. It is related to the mythological twins Castor and Pollux.
Gemini is an astrological sign. It is related to the mythological twins Castor and Pollux.

23. Polynesian Tribal Tattoo
Polynesian tribal Tattoo
[Photo — Link]

24. Koi Fish Tattoo
Koi Fish Tattoo
[Photo — Link]

25. Geisha Tattoo
Geisha Tattoo


26. Flowers Butterflies Tribal Tattoo
Flowers Butterflies Tribal Tattoo
In some cultures, butterfly means soul or mind. In Japanese culture if a butterfly enters your guestroom, the person whom you most love is coming to see you. [Photo — Link]

 27. 3D Butterfly Tattoo
3D Butterfly Tattoo


28. Dragon Tattoo
In Chinese culture, people worship dragon for rain and better weather for good harvest. In Japanese culture the dragon is also a symbol of supernatural powers.
In Chinese culture, people worship dragon for rain and better weather for good harvest. In Japanese culture the dragon is also a symbol of supernatural powers. [Photo — Link]

29. Dragon Tattoo
In Western cultures, dragons tend to be portrayed as embodiment's of evil that destroy villages and guard hoards of treasure.
In Western cultures, dragons tend to be portrayed as embodiment's of evil that destroy villages and guard hoards of treasure. [Photo — Link]

30. Phoenix Tattoo
People love phoenix tattoo either because of its original beauty attribute or symbolic meaning of the legendary bird, which represents rebirth, strength, longevity.
People love phoenix tattoo either because of its original beauty attribute or symbolic meaning of the legendary bird, which represents rebirth, strength, longevity. [Photo — Link]

31. Birds Tattoo
Birds Tattoo


32. Skull Tattoo
Skulls may represent the vessel of the soul, or wisdom of ancestors, which could also symbolize death or eternal.
Skulls may represent the vessel of the soul, or wisdom of ancestors, which could also symbolize death or eternal. [Photo — Link]

33. Skull Rose Tattoo
Skull rose tattoo combines the meanings of both skull and rose, which represents eternal love.
Skull rose tattoo combines the meanings of both skull and rose, which represents eternal love. [Photo — Link]

34. Feather Tattoo
A single fallen feather represents loss, birth, and luck. Eagle feathers have great cultural and spiritual value to American Indians, which symbolizes their celestial wisdom and communication with Spirit.
A single fallen feather represents loss, birth, and luck. Eagle feathers have great cultural and spiritual value to American Indians, which symbolizes their celestial wisdom and communication with Spirit. [Photo — Link]

35. Dreamcatcher Tattoo
A dream catcher, is a hoop containing a web or net, decorated with feathers and beads, which is believed to bring good dreams to its owner. Good dreams are allowed to go through the hole in the web and bad dreams are caught and trapped in the web.
A dream catcher, is a hoop containing a web or net, decorated with feathers and beads, which is believed to bring good dreams to its owner. Good dreams are allowed to go through the hole in the web and bad dreams are caught and trapped in the web. [Photo — Link]

36. Elephant Tattoo
An elephant is a heavy plant-eating mammal with symbolic meanings. An elephant is primarily connected to strength, honor, stability and patience.
An elephant is a heavy plant-eating mammal with symbolic meanings. An elephant is primarily connected to strength, honor, stability and patience. [Photo — Link]

37. Wolf Tattoo
The wild carnivorous mammal wolf conveys symbolic meanings of Sharp intelligence, deep connection with instincts and Appetite for freedom.
The wild carnivorous mammal wolf conveys symbolic meanings of Sharp intelligence, deep connection with instincts and Appetite for freedom. [Photo — Link]

38. Eagle Tattoo
The eagle is loved by people as it’s a symbol of freedom. The bald eagle was chosen as the emblem of the United States of America.
The eagle is loved by people as it’s a symbol of freedom. The bald eagle was chosen as the emblem of the United States of America. [Photo — Link]

39. Star Tattoo
An star Tattoo may stand for hope, goals, protection, safe.
An star Tattoo may stand for hope, goals, protection, safe.

40. Rose Compass Tattoo
Compass rose tattoo is such a maritime tattoo that used to be popular for sailors and now is loved by many people for its symbolic meaning – guidance in the right direction.
Compass rose tattoo is such a maritime tattoo that used to be popular for sailors and now is loved by many people for its symbolic meaning – guidance in the right direction.

41. Anchor  Tattoo
Tattoos for gun lovers
[Photo — Link]

42. Scissor Tattoo
Scissor Tattoo
[Photo — Link]

43. Knife Tattoo
Knife Tattoo


 44. Dali Melted Clock
Dali Melted Clock


45. Armband Tattoo
A black armband is usually a symbol that signifies mourning.
A black armband is usually a symbol that signifies mourning.

46. Red Ribbon Tattoo
The red ribbon has several different meanings in different contexts. It is a symbol for drunk driving prevention, drug prevention, and for the fight against AIDS.
The red ribbon has several different meanings in different contexts. It is a symbol for drunk driving prevention, drug prevention, and for the fight against AIDS. [Photo — Link]

47. Black Ribbon Tattoo
A black ribbon is a symbol of remembrance or mourning. It is also to bring awareness to melanoma.
A black ribbon is a symbol of remembrance or mourning. It is also to bring awareness to melanoma.

48. Lily Chicano Lettering Tattoo
Lily Chicano Lettering Tattoo
[Photo — Link]

49. Tattoo On Christmas
Tattoo On Christmas
[Photo — Link]

50. Name Tattoo
Name Tattoo
[Photo — Link]

51. Quote Tattoo
The worst thing is holding on to someone who doesn’t want to be held on to.
The worst thing is holding on to someone who doesn’t want to be held on to.

52. Quote Tattoo 2
Quote Tattoo 2

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