Warrior Tattoo Designs and Meanings
Warrior tattoos can come in as many designs as there are wearers. Any type of warrior throughout history may be considered, such as a Roman centurion or a Japanese samurai. They can also portray a variety of different weapons and attire.
In this article, I will discuss the various meanings of warriors and show you different designs to help you get inspired for your next ink!
Warrior Tattoo Meanings
If your looking for a symbolic fighter image or something else ferocious, look no further then the warrior. These are as bad as tattoos can get. Perfect for the fighter in all of us. Just like most tattoos, the warrior has symbolic value. Below are some of the meanings:
There are many soldiers to choose from for your design. Samurai, angelic warriors, Aztecs, Greek warriors, Roman centurions, Vikings, and Celts are just a few of the many different tattoos available. Each type may be designed with appropriate weapons, such as shields, spears, swords, and armor.
The Aztec, angel, and samurai are three of the most commonly chosen. Each one of these holds its own symbolic value:
- The Aztec relates to the journey of the soul, particularly in the afterlife. It can also represent courage and bravery.
- The angel is often portrayed with wings and a sword. He is a fighter who represents all that is good in life and the afterlife and the fight against evil. Angel soldiers fight on behalf of God.
- The samurai is usually masked and portrayed with a sword. They were disciplined and lived every day like their last. Samurai can symbolize courage, justice, bravery, and honor.
Warrior Tattoo Designs and Ideas
You can do a lot with warrior tattoos. As fighters, they can represent those who believe in and stand up for themselves and who never give up.
They can be designed in several different ways and portrayed in various postures. Warriors are often portrayed with a variety of different weapons, such as swords, axes, chain spikes, or spears. They can be designed using or grabbing for their weapon. They may be portrayed fighting or just posing.
Make sure that you take the time to view all the different designs on this page to help you get some ideas. As you read earlier, this tattoo represents courage, strength, bravery, and honor.
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