I would assume a love of the ocean, swimming or mermaids even a vacation to or being from a place near the ocean that they want to remember. Tattoos do not have to symbolize anything or can have multiple meanings. It is relative to and only to the person they are on. Only that person would know the specific reasoning behind why she or he got whatever tatttoo they choose to get. A person for example can have a tattoo of Ariel. This could mean anything including the reasons listed above as well as specifically a love of the cartoon or book character, Ariel. Or the person might be named Ariel or have a girlfriend, child with that name, or a child who loves Ariel or mermaids. As long as anyone can walk into a tattoo parlour see a pretty piece of flash on the wall and say I want that, it's hard to assume that the tattoo means anything at all to the wearer. Answer 2: Just some interesting topics on Mermaids: Mermaid - female Merman - Male This symbol could also represent 'Derceto', or 'Atargatis' she was a Syrian deity and was the goddess of fish. She was half woman from the waist up and half fish from the waist down [Mermaid]. And 'Dagon', Chief god of the Philistines. Dagon was half man from the waist up and half fish from the waist down [Merman]. He was also worshipped by the Canaanite people. Dagon was the father of Baal. Answer 3:
it is believed that mermaids used to suduce sailors to steal their treasure so most getting a mermaid tattoo means you see yourself as a suductrice.
The mermaid represents first of all a woman's beauty and power. Mysterious, feminine and very seductive
The difference between a peacock mermaid tattoo and a normal mermaid tattoo is clearly that one has a a peacock in it wheres the other does not.
legs to the little mermaid dymbolize
an orchid is a beautifull, exotic and rare flower that's what it symbolize but it can be what ever you wnat is your tattoo
It can symbolize a well practiced huntsman.
A black swan tattoo can symbolize man different things. It could symbolize that the owner of it is peaceful and graceful. Swans are mainly known to symbolize grace.
A dagger tattoo symbolizes death.
There are an unlimited number of things that a butterfly tattoo on the left shoulder could symbolize. It could symbolize peace for example.
A butterfly koi tattoo can symbolize a great many things. A butterfly koi can symbolize faith, trust, hope, and love.
Purple is a color of royalty. Dragonflies symbolize good luck. A purple dragonfly tattoo is therefore a very good tattoo to have.
A Scales tattoo could symbolize justice, or the person with the ink could believe in astrology and be a Libra.
Moon tattoos often symbolize motion and change. A tattoo of the earth can symbolize many things, however, it best symbolizes life.
A fish bone tattoo symbolizes high status. The fish bone tattoo was popular among Native American tribes to symbolize their ranking.
A tattoo crown symbolizes authority and loyalty
It depends on the design and symbol's you choose in the tattoo.
Oftentimes, people will get tattoos because they symbolize important concepts. For instance, a waterfall tattoo might symbolize a life change, the passage of time, or renewal.
Usually the Phoenix bird symbolize 're-birth'
Wings symbolize speed, protection, justice, and spirituality
People put on tattoos that generally symbolize something. Cogs in a tattoo symbolizes metal, the skeleton and bearer of machines.
A Zinnia tattoo represents thoughts of absent friends.