More people choose Chinese or Asian tattoos as body decoration. What appeal to them the most are the awesome tattoo meanings. Short phrases, sayings and words are really memorable. Although free Chinese translation is handy and easy to use, they create many problems. To get the most meaningful tattoos, hire a Chinese translation expert or professional translator.
Great Tattoo Meaning - Short Chinese Sayings
Awesome Tattoo Meanings - Short Phrases, Sayings
Today, the biggest ink trend is phrases tattoo. People are infatuated with meaningful sayings, proverbs, Buddhist quotes, religious phrases and cultural expressions. Chinese experts have great tattoo ideas. They can help you select a memorable saying that speaks your mind; an expression of eternal truth.......and many more. Express yourself with awesome ancient phrases. Choose a tattoo meaning that is sexy, cool, mysterious, inspirational, enchanting, philosophical, or motivating. You have unlimited choices. Remember! hire someone who is a Chinese translation expert.
Chinese Tattoo Phrases
- Destiny Phrase - The world is my home
- Memory Phrase - Sweet memories are like raindrops
- Love Phrase - Love at first sight
- Beauty Phrase - Beauty comes from with
- Perseverance Phrase - Fearless after repeated setbacks
- Wisdom Phrase - Fewer words are best
Chinese Tattoo - Right Saying, Right Translation, Right Meaning
Chinese is an elusive language in that you need to follow its rules to render the right meanings. Otherwise, your tattoo meanings or phrases would fall apart. Some words like ‘life’, ‘passion’, ‘freedom’ must be translated to two Chinese symbols. People find this confusing. To them, one word for one symbol, isn’t that right? They ask me if they should choose one of the two symbols. My answer is No. You need to use both Chinese symbols to convey the right meaning. Your online translation or other free language programs do not guarantee accuracy of your tattoo phrases. They ignore context and relevancy. Even worse, they can ruin your otherwise awesome word or thoughtful phrases.
Chinese Tattoo Meanings, Short Phrases
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Funny Chinese Tattoo Meanings - Free Translation
Free Chinese translation is a popular tool that people use to get tattoo meanings. With online translation, they can find Chinese words and meaningful phrases for their tattoos. Many people love zodiac symbols and animal designs. Suppose you find the word for your zodiac sign ‘chicken’. You are excited and ready to ink. However, the word ‘chicken’ alone has little meaning. Worse than that, this Chinese symbol relates primarily to food (i.e, chicken soup, chicken stock, or KFC fried chicken). To a Chinese literate person, this zodiac tattoo is more funny than meaningful. You will not impress anyone. Unfortunately, your free translation does not tell you this. This is precisely the problems with automatic word generator and dictionary. An expert or professional translator would add the word like "cute" or "adorable" to the animal symbols. This is crucial because it gives a proper context and meaning to your zodiac tattoo.
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Chinese tattoos gone wrong is the consequences of free translation.
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Christian on March 25, 2012:
Hi i would like to know how to write the name Briana in chinese can some one pls help thank you
angel aditi on November 20, 2011:
Hi.. :) I am planning on getting a tattoo in chinese.. I want it to mean "family first".. Could u please help me out? Is this right? family first - ???? (Ji?tíng dì y?)
Victoria on November 01, 2011:
Hello, I really love the first back tattoo, but have no clue what it means.
Imperio on October 16, 2011:
P.S.: The second symbol is "gong" whith a macron(a straight line over the letter) "o" .
Imperio on October 16, 2011:
Can you please help me? My boyfriend has a tattoo with 2 chinese symbols. I asked what the symbols mean and he answered that they are the first letter of his name and surname. I searched in google and I discovered that the symbols are: "wén" and "g?ng". I also learned the meanings of both symbols, but I can not understand what these symbols mean together. I wander why he lied to me.
Thank you very much.
Ellie on October 16, 2011:
Hello :) I have seen a tattoo that looks like this: ? ?
I know what these symbols are called and what they mean, but I do not know what might be the meaning of this tattoo. Can you please help me? Thank you :)
Connie Ho (author) from Quebec, Canada on January 08, 2011:
Thanks Descartes you are right
Descartes from grand prairie on December 05, 2010:
My worry would always be that I wouldn't for sure what the Chinese Tattoo really means, so it is nice to have a few links here to help out.
Connie Ho (author) from Quebec, Canada on December 05, 2010:
James, the meaning is family first. For people who cherish their family, this seems very popular. It was created by www.nganfineart.com You can check it with their designer.
James on December 04, 2010:
May i ask what the first picture on this hub says?
also would you know a chinese tatto that me and my sister could get together preferbly a family phrase or quotation thank-you so much :) x James
Connie Ho (author) from Quebec, Canada on December 02, 2010:
Hi Neyya, sorry know nothing about it.
nelya on December 01, 2010:
can you help me to find out the meaning of the hieroglyphs
Connie Ho (author) from Quebec, Canada on June 25, 2010:
This a name translation. Online translator gives you translation based on the sound/pronunciation. It does not care the meaning since they are automatic. You should consider translation based on sound + meanings. For example Timber can mean strength/perseverance like wood. Wolf means proactive/progressive. Your online help won't give you that perfect meaning. Only the human translator will. Best translation is by a person, check www.nganfineart.com They have a good guide, cheers.
Christina on June 24, 2010:
I was wondering if someone could help me with the translation of Timber Wolf to traditional Chinese. Every on line translator I've tried has given me ??? I want to be sure that this is correct. Any and all help would be appreciated. Thank you. =)
Connie Ho (author) from Quebec, Canada on June 12, 2010:
Hi, it means something in abundance, prosperity, like that. It is a phrase for good luck. It is written in Chinese seal script calligraphy style. Nice pic, cheers.
Blueice_kumi777@yahoo.com on June 12, 2010:
i don't know the meaning of image(http://media.share.ovi.com/m1/s/2152/b6818304b2eb4... anybody help