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What does a tribal butterfly tattoo symbolize?
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The butterfly is a symbol of transformation or change, love andjoy. . I got a butterfly tattoo after i had a bad experience in lifeand i gave myself a better life and the rea…son why i got one isbecause it made me feel really free with out any more hurting in mylife.. . I got a butterfly tattoo after a personal experience in mylife. Rarely do I share what my tattoos mean, after reading thatlast comment, I figured go ahead. To me, it represents beauty,changes, taking flight, simplicity and peace. At first, its an uglycaterpillar and no one will give it a second look. but with timeand dedication, it becomes something marvelous to the human eye.Its a natural wonder. So, with my life, after getting through sometough times, a butterfly just reminded me of myself actually. I hadto take time and appreciate what I had and what I hope to be in thefuture. . I just got my butterfly tattoo a week ago and for me it means anew life, a new beginning if you will. I think that after years oftrying to please everyone else by being someone I'm not mybutterfly was my gift to me for being me. It was spontaneous andexhilarating, it is beautiful and calm it is colorful andvibrant...everything I want to continue to be! ~ Happy. . In paintings, particularly Dutch Renaissance (sp?) butterfliesstand for fleeting love (Jacques Louis David, Cupid andPsyche). . I got my butterfly tattoo 3 weeks ago. When I first got it Ijust thought that it would be fun to have but now that I thinkabout it, it represents a new life for me. I just started collegelast fall and I am changing in ways that I would never of eventhink of. So mine it means changes and enjoying life to itsfullest . Traditionally butterflies are pretty and so many people wantthem as mere decoration. In a deeper sense butterflies representrebirth or transformation from the caterpillar to the beautifulbutterfly. . A friend of mine got a butterfly tattoo recently. Just becauseshe likes butterflies. It doesn't "mean" anything! Check out tattoosymbolism here:http://tattoo.about.com/cs/beginners/a/symbols_intro.htm Butremember, sometimes a rose is just a rose. It doesn't mean orsymbolize anything! . It could represent different things for different people. Hereare some examples of Butterfly symbolism: Change, Joy and/or Color.The butterfly can also represent transition and freedom as well aspeace. The native Americans believe that if you tell a secret to abutterfly it is ever safe in there keeping, given that a butterflycan not speak. Some people use a butterfly to symbolize someoneclose that has passed away, I believe that some European culturesbelieve that spirits or souls are trapped in white butterflies.Others just like the look of butterfly and the tat may notrepresent anything significant to them. . A purple butterfly symbolizes the fight against Lupus, a typeof cancer . . . my mother has it. . Obviously the meaning of a tattoo totally depends on theperson, I think the last definition is the most accurate, butnevertheless I'd like to share the meaning of my butterfly tattoowith you. First of all I shall tell you a story of a butterfly.When my grandma died and before she was buried she was placed inher coffin in a closed gloomy room with neither windows norventilation. Just a pathetic electric bulb lighted her while herloved ones said their last goodbyes, but when they entered the roomthey found a butterfly flying around with its brightly coloredwings. It is a mystery how it arrived there. . Butterfly tattoos are among the most popular tattoos today andthe most frequently requested tattoo designs especially amongwomen. This shows the major growth of women in the tattoo industryas a whole. Butterfly tattoo designs of course are popular amongfemales just for their beauty. There is also a deep symbolismbehind the butterfly how a buttefly starts as a caterpiller andgoes through a major change to become a beautiful butterfly. Thesymbol is impermanence and instability of earthly life. The amazingprocess of change.
Answer . That you have absolutely no imagination when it comes to choosing a tattoo design. Seriously.
Answer . Nothing.
Nothing, it just means it's a phoenix made up of a bunch of pointless pointy lines.
Alot of them have significance to the tribes and the meaning ofeach part of the patterns. Many of the islander tattoos are passedon from generations.
I have on myself, and heard from a guy that also had one that in Mexico it means that you have killed someone :) not sure if this is true. But it is definitely not a "female" …version of a scull tattoo, there is a specific butterfly that has a scull pattern on it's wings, not sure what it's called. It is a common motive in tattoos. I'm female but I've met/seen more guys than girls with such a tattoo, and they were not gay.
Turtles symbolize longevity as they live for a very long time.Therefore, Polynesians included the turtle in their tattoo culture.
The dragonfly is considered a symbol of stamina, as he goes all day long and never tires. butterfly tattoo is the ultimate symbol of rebirth and transformation
hearts love butterflys??
A butterfly generally represents someone who is transgendered or transexual. A rainbow usually stands for gay pride.
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An idiot. Or at least poor judgement.
That the wearer had very little originality and should have just gotten the Coca Cola logo instead.
The same thing it would symbolize on any other person. http://www.whats-your-sign.com/butterfly-animal-symbolism.html
The symbolism of a blue butterfly tattoo usually relates to joy. Italso can relate to a change of luck or a fresh start.
that you have little or no idea what a good tattoo is as well as very little if any artistic side....you may also be a tool