Peacock feather tattoo meaning – peacocks are all about love, beauty (like a hibiscus flower tattoo) and luxury. It can also symbolize rebirth (perfect for women, but for men too), trust, loyalty and of course, kindness or tasteful. For example Fenghuang birds were mythological birds that were like Gods among the all other birds (in old China). They “had” a peacock tail, along with others. In other cultures, like Hindi, the peacock is the god of war, Karthikeya or Murugan. In other cultures (Babylonia for example), the peacock was related to royalty. Before learning more about the symbolsm of the peacock, let’s see a couple of tattoo pictures:
Feather tattoo meanings:
- peacock feather: most probably a good tattoo for royalty (like I said before in this article, in old times the peacock was the guard of royalty)
- owl feather: it’s related to protection from the evil.
- eagle feather: these are mostly used by people who has a “warrior” soul and are very strong.
- indian feather tattoo: this one is related to courage.
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Peacock tattoo christian meaning – as you already know, most people decide to have a tattoo mostly because its meaning. The peacock or/and peacock feather tattoo has a lot of meanings, but the Christian meaning is immortality. Why is that? People believed that because the peacock feathers don’t decay after their death. Early Christians also believed that the peacock soul was somehow immortal. If you feel immortal, this tattoo might be for you. In the meantime, do you want some cool peacock feather tattoo sets?