Arabic Tattoos do not only look royal, but they also look mysterious. A lot of people are fascinated by the Arabic language due to its cursive flow of letters which makes it look so heavenly. Despite the fact that some Islam believers think that Arabic tattoos are against their religion, there are still Arabs who are wearing them.
There are many different designs and quotes of Arabic Tattoos. It can be the name of a person or biblical and spiritual words or phrases. Some people are just so attracted to the beauty of the script and do not really care what the words mean. The cursive letters of the Arabic language are so elegant and artistic. People who will gaze at it will likely get mesmerized by it. If you are fond of the Arabic language then the following Arabic tattoos can provide you some insights.
Arabic Tattoos with Meaning Explained
Below the most popular selection of Arabic tattoos with their meanings and translations explained, for your inspiration before getting a tattoo with an Arabic phrase or quote.
1. Arabic Tattoo for Courage
This is the most important trait that we need in order to succeed.
2. Arabic Tattoo for Couples
“Always and Forever”
3. Inspirational Arabic Tattoo: Strenght
This is an inspiring Arabic tattoo which means strength.
4. Arabic Tattoo for Love
“To Infinity and Beyond“
5. Arabic Tattoo Symbols
Arabic words that mean happiness, life, and health. The symbol is an Egyptian cross.
6. Arabic Tattoo on Spine
“Love Yourself First”
7. Arabic Tattoo for a Name
This Arabic tattoo is the name of the person wearing the tattoo.
8. Arabic Tattoo Love
9. An Arabic Tattoo of a Phrase
This Arabic Tattoo means “stay strong and just breathe“.
10. Arabic Tattoo on Back
“Your faith has to be greater than your fear”
11. Amazing Arabic Tattoos
The meaning of this Arabic tattoo is “endless love for Jesus.”
12. Arabic Writing Tattoo
13. Belly Arabic Tattoo
This means “waves crashing“.
14. Arabic Tattoo Words
“To the moon and back”
15. Arabic Tattoos Designs
This is a spiritual Arabic tattoo design which means “for our God is a consuming fire”.
16. Arabic Tattoo on Arm
“Don’t let the pain destroy you“
17. Arabic Tattoo With Dove
The words in this tattoo mean “faith, hope, and love“.
18. Arabic Tattoo Words
“Dream. Believe. Dare. Do”
19. Arabic Tattoos For Girls
This tattoo means “My Only Sunshine” looks gorgeous with the orange hair.
20. Arabic Tattoo Phrases
“The storm will pass”
21. Arabic Tattoos on Arms: Guardian Angel
A spiritual Arabic tattoo which means “guardian angel“.
22. Arabic Tattoo about Forgiveness
23. Arabic Tattoo Calligraphy
The two symbols in the tattoo signify peace and love.
24. Arabic Tattoo about Life
25. Arabic Tattoo on Wrist: My Soul
These beautiful Arabic tattoo words mean “my soul”.
26. Arabic Tattoo about Determination
27. A Small Arabic Tattoo
This tattoo is an Arabic word for beautiful.
28. Arabic Tattoo on Neck
29. An Arabic Tattoo for Peace
This tattoo is a symbol of peace which is “Al Salam” in Arabic.
30. Arabic Tattoo Saying
“Be at peace, not in pieces”
31. The Arabic Tattoo of Zoe Kravitz
“Let the love rule”, this is the meaning of her back tattoo.
32. Arabic Tattoo Patience
33. Colorful Arabic Tattoo: Princess
This gorgeous Arabic tattoo is the Arabic word for “princess“.
34. Coordinates Arabic Tattoo Numbers
“Coordinates with Arabic numbers”
35. Creative Arabic Tattoo
A beautiful Arabic tattoo design with the word “soul” inside a rectangle.
36. Arabic Calligraphy Designs
“He is my love / She is my life”
37. Meaningful Arabic Tattoos
This Arabic tattoo behind the ears means “One Life“. A very meaningful tattoo for the person wearing it.
38. Couple Arabic Phrases
“I am yours and you are mine”
39. Arabic Tattoo For Inspiration: Strength of Mind
Arabic tattoo such as these words which mean “strength of mind“, can give us inspiration.
40. Arabic Single Word Tattoo
“His / Hers”
41. Arabic Tattoo on Wrist
Tattoos are commonly placed on wrists such as this Arabic word which means “strength“.
Arabic tattoos are worn by people who want to look attractive. It can also be combined with rose tattoos. Arabic tattoos are also popular among celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Selena Gomez, Rihanna, and others. But tattoos and piercings are more than just body art. According to research, women who have the most tattoos are the ones who have more self-esteem. Are you getting one?
Hey readers! I’m Jeffrey and your tattoo artist of the day;) I have been drawing and painting my whole life, and after graduating high school I decided it was time for a bigger challenge and I started drawing on people. I’m so fortunate I got to express my creativity through my body art and even more so to share my passion with my now wife Emilie. She started working with me in my tattoo shop as a piercer and I started writing about and photographing, my creations on this blog. I love to hear from you and hope you enjoy our work together!