The word dragon is derived from a Greek word that is literally translated as “great snake” and “the one who sees clearly” as well as the Latin word draconem (giant snake). The creature has strong ties with several cultures worldwide, from European folklore to mythologies in the Middle East and their Asian influences. That’s why people often choose Tattoo Dragon when they need to decide on a tattoo.
Tattoo Dragon symbolizes strength and energy
In European folklore, dragons were seen as evil creatures who had to be killed by a noble knight. There are countless stories and legends about the dragon slayer. Dragons appear in Jewish and Christian folklore in the form of a snake and killing a dragon is often interpreted as a victory against Satan.
One of the meanings of Tattoo Dragon – Spirituality
Dragons are also closely associated with Asian culture. The meaning of a tattoo dragon varies, depending on the elements that are integrated into the design. It is sometimes depicted as a water animal and usually symbolizes the subconscious mind and mediation, as well as being a symbol of masculinity, power, power, and the primal forces of nature and the universe.
Tattoo Dragon is considered a good luck charm
Designs for Tattoo Dragon are many, as well as a variety of sizes – from the cute little puff, the magical dragon, to the complicated dragon tattoos of the Yakuza.Tattoo dragons have a rise in popularity thanks to blockbuster “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. These tattoo designs come in a variety of colors, including pink, purple, blue, black, red and green.
Colored tattoo dragon
The importance of the designs of Tattoo Dragon is manifold.
Dragon tattoos embody a variety of virtues and attributes, including:
• strength and energy
• calm, mediation and the subconscious
• Creation and destruction. Dragons create life through fire, destroying ice, poison and fire.
• Master of natural elements – fire, water, air (flies) and earth (lives in caves)
• desire and sexual passion
Think about what your new tattoo will symbolize and where it will be placed on your body. If you need a little inspiration, have a look at the pictures below!