Fox Tattoo meaning – What’s more important, a fox is a girl/woman tattoo, but if men feel secured about themselves, they could also try this kind of tattoo. But what is the symbolism and the meaning behind the term “fox”? Altough some people (in different cultures) believed that the fox was some sort of trickster (read more about the idea here), while other considered that foxes have magic power, it’s not exactly like that. A fox/like the tattoo meaning it’s clever (like a turtle) and has wisdom (like a Panda). Moreover, the fox has strategy (like a raven).
In other cultures, such as Japan, a fox (also called a kitsune), is also called the servant of Inari, tricksters, but also lovers. Somehow people believed that a fox has the power to remove the evil from their world. All in all, in other cultures, people believed the fox is intelligent. Here are a couple of other meanings/symbols for the fox: cunning (she steals, or does it?), adapt (are you an adaptable person?), focus (good strategy). Let me give you a couple of pictures with fox tattoos:
Fox Tattoo symbolism – like I said before, a fox is also called a Kitsune – they said these animals live long and have magical powers. Stories say that kitsunes also have superior intelligence. This type of intelligence can only increase with the age (so, it doesn’t matter your age, you can get a fox tattoo anyway). A fox is also called supernatural in stories. A fox is also a beautiful animal. Let’s see a couple more pictures for your next fox tattoo: