Chinese Tattoo - with really interesting meanings in the writing of the Chinese character symbols

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Beautiful Chinese tattoos where I explain the really interesting meanings behind those written Chinese character symbols.

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A tattoo for "BITCH"? But Chinese don't usually use the idea of a FEMALE DOG to insult a woman. "Biǎo zi" can be commonly used as an insult in Chinese, e.g. "That bitch can't just run away. 那个婊子(nàgè biǎozi -that bitch) 不能就(bù néng jiù -can't just) 这样(zhèyàng -this way) 跑(pǎo -run)". "Biǎo zi" actually means PROSTITUTE. The tattoo of "jì" 妓 is a different character, but also means prostitute, e.g. a brothel is 妓院(jì -prostitute, yuàn -institution). For a young girl, that was a bitch of a… Chinese Character Tattoos, Chinese Characters, Tattoo Art, Tattoo Quotes, Character Symbols, Just Run, Small Tattoos, Imagination, Body Art
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“Got a Chinese character tattoo! Meaning = Bitch. It was a dare   http://t.co/C3ARArwE”

A Chinese tattoo of the word "friendship" 谊 (誼) [yì]. The most common term for friendship includes this character - 友谊 (友誼) [yǒuyì]. Here is a phrase, which includes this character, that is used as a Chinese idiom: 深情厚谊 [shēn qíng hòu yì] used to refer to a "long and close friendship". The phrase could be literally translated as "deep feelings, thick (deep) friendship":  deep - 深, feelings - 情, thick (deep) - 厚, friendship - 谊. Wouldn't it be great if all our friendships were based on this? Friendship Tattoos, Our Friendship, Character Symbols, Chinese Characters, Besties, Envy, Tatting, Piercings, Tattoo Ideas
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“patience leads to peace of mind” Character Symbols, Having Patience, Chinese Characters, Deathly Hallows Tattoo, Body Art Tattoos, Piercing, Tattoo Quotes, Ink, Tattos
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“patience leads to peace of mind”

Chinese symbols meaning "FEARLESS" , which leafs to my favorite bible verse that reminds me of my Nana that died. I Tattoo, Tattoo Quotes, Character Symbols, Chinese Symbols, Psalm 23, Chinese Characters, Favorite Bible Verses, Tatting, Tattoo Ideas
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Fearless. Psalm 23:4.

"Wishing you prosperity"! A Chinese New Year greeting often heard. 恭喜发财 is pronounced in Mandarin as "gōng xǐ fā cái", or also commonly in Cantonese "gung1 hei2 faat3 choi4". Could be translated more literally as "congratulations prosper"; or even more literally as 恭 [gōng] respectful, 喜 [xǐ] felicitations, 发(發,髮)[fā] develop, 财(財)[cái] riches. At the start of the New Year, it's important to get your priorities right!! (By the way, the photo is just of a semi-permanent henna tattoo.) Henna Tattoo Hand, Hand Tattoos, I Tattoo, Character Symbols, Chinese Tattoos, Chinese New Year Greeting, Chinese Characters, Semi Permanent, International Fashion
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henna tattoo by Aupoman in HK@ www.art-de.net

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A beautiful tattoo for a beautifully transliterated name (just the first name of this blue haired girl). First up is "love", 爱(愛)[ài]. The second sound, 艺(藝)[yì], is for artistic craft. The last sound in the name, 忍[rěn], is to forbear/tolerate. So "Ài yì rěn" might be for some original name such as Erin or other similar sounding name. "Love, artistry and forbearance", just like some kind of pottery-making Buddhist nun - who also happens to party hard, have a full body tattoo and blue hair. Full Body Tattoo, Body Art Tattoos, Buddhist Nun, Character Symbols, Blue Haired Girl, Partying Hard, Chinese Characters, Pottery Making, Female Portrait
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