Dragonfly Tattoo meaning – fertility (like an octopus), freedom (like a bat), happiness, strength (like an eagle), courage (like a peace sign), independence (like a horse?), agility (like a jellyfish), wisdom (like a fox), good luck, harmony, joy, peace, fortune, purity, etc. There are tons of meanings for the dragonfly tattoo. But, most important, it has to mean something for you, not for other people. Don’t forget it’s very complicated to get rid of the tattoo once you got it. That’s why you need to think a couple of times before actually getting a tattoo.
Do you need some pictures for your next tattoo?
Dragonfly Tattoo symbolism:
- Japan dragonfly symbolism: do you know that in Japan culture the dragonfly is associated with summer or the beginning of autumn? Moreover, the dragonfly is also associated with courage, happiness, strength and other things in the Japan culture.
- European culture: in this culture, the dragonflies are related to evil/devil/sinister/etc. Furthermore, if you are curios about it, dragonflies are also associated with snakes in various European countries. Some also believe a dragonfly has magical powers. But, does it? What do you think? Furthermore, a dragonfly is also associated with a butterfly. That’s why people get butterfly tattoos, but also dragonfly ones. Altough some people believe these tattoos are mostly for girls, they are for men also. Everyone can get this tattoo!
Want some free images for your tattoo?
Dragonfly Tattoo Placement ideas – on your ankle, behind your ear, on your foot/feet, for your lower back, on your neck, on your wrist, etc.
Dragonfly Tattoos on celebrities – Andy Biersack (he has “Dragonfly” tattooed on the hand), etc. If you find more celebrities with this tattoo, please share with us. One idea – before getting a tattoo (if you are 100% sure), you can also see where celebrities get it. It would be easier for you to choose your own tattoo placement.
Need some more tattoo pictures with a dragonfly?