Sword Tattoo meaning – there are a couple of meanings for sword tattoos, just like the following: courage (like a peacock), power (like a King Tut), freedom (like a flying dandelion), justice (just like the indian chief/libra sign), honor (like an anchor), brave (like the Statue of Liberty). Altough we only know how swords look today, dagger was first (in the Bronze Age), yet in time evolved to what we know/have today. Do you want to see a couple of sword tattoo sets?
Celebrities with sword tattoos – Brock Lesnar (he has or used to have a sword tattoo on his chest), Sushmita Sen (she doesn’t have a sword, but a dagger tattoo), Ewan McGregor (just like Sushmita, he has a dagger tattoo). Maybe other famous people from WWE have a sword tattoo, but I don’t know about them. If you can find more celebrities with sword/dagger tattoos, let me know. Just write a comment bellow and make us all happy. But in the meantime, here are a couple of samurai sword pictures/tattoo sets:
What about sword tattoo and rose – like I said before in other articles, a sword/dagger tattoo is an old school tattoo. A sword and a rose tattoo is also an old school tattoo. Altough these type of tattoos (being old school) are very popular, their meaning depends on the person that gets that tattoo. For some it means something, while for others it means something totally different. A sword means “freedom/justice“, while the rose means “love“. It could mean freedom to love. Or even that you are still/fighting for your love. Could be, right? You can read more about the rose symbol around here. Do you want some dagger/sword tattoo sets with roses?
Heart and sword tattoos – just like rose and sword tattoos, heart tattoos along sword ones are related to love, or hate. Like I said, it could mean hate/or even broken marriage. It could mean that your heart has been broken by love and you are recovering. It means that someone “distroyed” your heart and you want to let the world/your next love about it. But here are a couple of sword/heart tattoo sets: