The self-expression that a tattoo represents can be literal through the use of words or phrases. It can be a set of simple words, a block of text from a favorite song or quote, or it can be as simple as expressing family pride with a name. There are many ways to express yourself through the use of tattooed words, including using a different language.
Different forms of the word
There are an estimated 3,000 to 6,000 languages present worldwide. These languages all have different forms, from symbols to words, very similar to the English language. While it is not possible to cover all languages, there are some common languages that English speakers may find interesting.
With millions of speakers and a deep cultural background, Spanish is a Romance language that originated thousands of years ago. Spanish word tattoos are found around the viking hoodie world and here are some of the popular ones:
Direct – Live
Confía en tu corazón – Believe in your heart
Inmarcesible – Unchangeable
Serendipia – By chance
What will be, will be - What will be, will be
Familia – Family
Vive Rie Ama – Live, Laugh, Love
Often referred to as the language of love, it's no surprise that French tattoos are trending. This fun flowing tongue offers several tattoos that show off your sexy side as well as your love of culture.
Always – Always
Life is Beautiful – Life is Beautiful
Hope - Hope
Longing for life -. Desire for life
Wisdom – Wisdom
Don't Be Afraid - Don't Be Afraid
Belief - Belief
C'est la vie – Such is life
It's not the end of the world - It's not the end of the world
One cannot talk about letter tattoos in a foreign language without delving into Asian languages like Chinese and Japanese. These symbols are very common and can include Ganzi and Kanji characters as well as some other characters. These fun tattoos allow you to convey meaning through symbols and look incredible on the st patricks day skin. In addition, they allow you to add a personalized hidden touch to your tattoo if you are not a native speaker. The characters below, which can be translated as 'Love, Friendship, Health' can be symbolic and special to anyone.
Another group of languages with deep cultural roots are Gaelic and Irish. There are several Gaelic forms and many different word meanings. However, some of the most popular tattoo ideas in this language are:
Deirfiur – sister
Analaigh – Breathe
Close – Required
Thiocfaidh chun bheith pian neart – Pain becomes strength