Chinese tattoos can symbolize the American words for "strength," "love" and "peace." Some Chinese tattoos can mean fire or luck, and others are used to symbolize twins or the bond between sisters. More »

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Chinese tattoos can be found on the Free Tattoo Designs website. The site features a picture of the tattoo along with the meaning of the body art. More »

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Resources that translate Western names into Chinese include TattooTranslate.com, Chinese-Tools.com/Names, ChineseTools.eu and MandarinTools.com/ChineseName. All four sites allow users to search their name and return a Ch... More »

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Traditional Maori tattoos, also known as "ta moko," signify the bearer's ancestry and social rank. In Maori culture, the act of being tattooed is a rite of passage. Since its revival as an art form, tattooing has also be... More »

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Many of the meanings associated with Polynesian tattoos extend from what the particular design is referencing. For example, designs may depict the tiki, shells, the Marquesan cross, the sun, the ocean or shark teeth, wit... More »

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The symbolism behind anchor tattoos includes maritime service in a seafaring agency such as a navy, strength, safety and security, according to Tattoo Easily. An anchor can also remind the someone that no matter how stor... More »

According to Nicholas Pell of LoveToKnow, a willow tree tattoo can symbolize strength and determination, be a memorial for a loved one or represent Celtic mythology and culture. Each individual who gets a willow tree tat... More »