Some people love showing their thoughts with symbolic pictures. For others, the easiest way to express themselves is with script. You may have a word, a quote or even a passage that means a lot to you and you want everyone else to know it. But, having those words inked (who someone else may have already tattooed) in a more common font may not sound very appealing to you. Instead, why don’t you consider any of these Arabic tattoos?
These tattoos do not only look royal, but they are also very mysterious. Arabic font and Arabic tattoos have a cursive flow of letters which make them look heavenly and out of this world. You can get anything that you want to be written in the Arabic font. And, in addition, you may also decorate your quote or a word with other symbols.
Whether you are fond of the Arabic language or culture, or it has something to do with your heritage, Arabic tattoos are always a great way to convey your thoughts and messages. Combined with meaningful (Arabic) sayings, these tattoos can turn out to be great pieces of art. In addition, your tattoo will always be veiled with mystery because many people will not understand the true meaning of the tattoo.
We have prepared so many breathtaking Arabic tattoos for you, as well as some sayings you can use as an idea for your next tattoo. Keep reading and check them out.
30. Arabic Spine Tattoo
Spine tattoos are very popular nowadays and a quote that is done in the Arabic font will definitely look amazing on your spine. This particular tattoo means “This too shall pass.”
29. “Fear Nothing”
We did mention that pictures that will serve as an inspiration for your next tattoo will be included. Well, this is one of those pictures. Even though it does not feature a specific tattoo, it features a saying that would definitely make a great and motivational tattoo. “Fear nothing” never looked so beautiful.
28. Family Arabic Tattoo
27. Educational Arabic Tattoo
26. “Imperfection Is Beauty”
25. Guts Over Fear
23. Tattoos of Arabic Proverbs
22. Quote Arabic Tattoos
Your past, present, and future are all closely connected. But many people say that we should not dwell on the past nor think about the future too much. Instead, we should live in the moment. This tattoo is one of the many beautiful Arabic tattoos we have prepared for you and it means “Accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be.”
21. Celebrity Arabic Tattoos
Arabic tattoos are so beautiful that even celebrities fell in love with them! Adorable Selena Gomez has several tattoos and one of them is done in the Arabic font. Translated, her tattoo says “Love yourself first.”
20. “Love & Life”
19. Arabic Tattoos That Make You Think
Bad things happen to everyone. And, instead of letting them tear you down, you should always make the most out of any situation. Even when something bad happens, you should try to get and learn something from it. Translated, Arabic tattoos that look like the one in the image above mean: “I suffered, I learned, I changed.”
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17. Henna Tattoo
16. Mysterious Arabic Tattoo
Remember when we said that Arabic tattoos can be mysterious? Up ’til now, it was quite easy for you to think about the tattoos because we managed to find their meanings. But, we had some trouble finding out the truth about this one. It looks truly beautiful, but we have no idea what does it mean. If you know the meaning of this tattoo then you definitely have to share it with us!
15. Arabic Caligraphy Tattoo
14. Love Arabic Tattoos
12. Faith, Hope, And Love
This beautiful tattoo means “Faith, hope, and love.” Of course, just like every other tattoo, Arabic tattoos can be decorated further more. For example, the wearer of this tattoo decided to add a dove next to the words in Arabic and something that looks like a cloud.
11. Angelina Jolie Arabic Tattoos
Arabic tattoos were popular long time ago. Selena Gomez is not the only celebrity who is fond of these tattoos. Way before Selena got her tattoo, Angelina Jolie decided to tattoo the word “determination” in Arabic font on her arm.
9. Arabic Quotes
8. Keep Fighting
This tattoo says “fighter.” Of course, it does not literally mean that the person is a fighter. More likely, Arabic tattoos like this are a symbol of one’s strength and will to overcome all obstacles. Your tattoo does not only decorate your body. It can also be a useful reminder to never back down and fight for what you believe in. Having this tattoo inked next to your heart will add even more significance to it.
7. You Are My Sunshine
6. Zoe Kravitz Arabic Tattoos
If you do a little bit of research, you will see that many celebrities proudly wear their Arabic tattoos. Besides Angelina Jolie and Selena Gomez, Zoe Kravitz is another celebrity who likes showing off her tattoos on the red carpet. Zoe’s tattoo is love-related and translated it means “Let the love rule.”
This tattoo says “Maktub” and translated it means “It is written.” Arabic tattoos already have some mystery attached to them, so you might as well add your personal mystical viewpoint. From the mystical point of view, this tattoo points to the fact that everything is known to the One (God). It promotes the belief that Destiny exists and it was written down for you even before you were born.
3. Wrist Arabic Tattoos
2. White Arabic Tattoos
1. Hamsa Arabic Tattoos
Hamsa means five in the Arabic language and it is one of the beautiful traditional symbols which are perfect for Arabic tattoos. Hamsa is present in all three major monotheistic religions. In Judaism, it represents God’s presence in all things in the world. In Islam, the five fingers represent the five pillars of Islam and Hamsa is also known as the Hand of Fatima. In the Christian religion, the hamsa is believed to be the hand of the virgin Mary.
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