Love for the Arabic language is nothing new for the people around the world and there are different ways of showing it. Some do it by learning the language itself or some are just fascinated with the beautiful calligraphy and want to give it a shape. The latter group does so with the Arabic tattoos. Though some believers of Islam are of the view that tattooing is against the ethos of their religion, even Arabs can be seen wearing the Arabic tattoos. These tattoos mostly consist of the name of the person or their dear one like son, daughter, wife, husband or partner.
Apart from this, spiritual or serene words or a line are also popular as tattoo designs. As said above some are just fascinated with the look of the script. Therefore, for them words or meanings do not matter. They just get the Arabic alphabets carved on their body parts. The Arabic script is really elegant and artistic. The cursive letters are full of beautiful twists and turns, thereby, creating a mesmerizing display. If you are also an Arabic enthusiast and looking forward to a tattoo design, do check out this post. It will give you a very good insight into the world of Arabic tattoos.
Arab Name Tattoo
Getting one’s own name carved in Arabic is quite common and this girl did the same on her forearm.
Peace And Harmony Arabic Tattoo
The Arabic liner means faith, hope and love carved along with a dove symbol that looks soothing and serene.
Collar Bone Tattoo
The Arabic tattoo means “My Only Sunshine” and looks more flattering with the rolled orange hair.
This Arabic tattoo bears the first name of the wearer and has a pleasing look.
Lovely Wrist Tattoo
This beautiful line in Arabic means “my soul” and is used by the Arabs as an endearing term.
Arabic Tattoos: Daughter’s Name
The loving father shows love for his daughter through this tattoo that bears her name.
Forever My Love
This lover has sgot her beloved’s name carved in Arabic as well as English on his back.
The first three words mean endless love and the last word is for Jesus.
This tattoo has two Turkish words, created with Arabic alphabets.
The Arabic loving girl got her name Elena Gonzalez carved in the same language on her ribs.
This cross is a sacred Egyptian symbol which has been carved along with the words happiness, life and health.
Glory To God
The Arabic line saying “for our god is a consuming fire” carved with a flame motif presents a spiritual design.
The famous poet Rumi’s lines carved on chest along with two colorful birds on sides look charming.
The meaning of this Arabic liner created in bold fonts is “waves crashing”.
This is an Arabic tattoo that has been engraved on the rib just for the sheer love of the language.
Straight From Heart
The woman got her son’s and partner’s name engraved in Arabic on the edge of her palm.
Located under the collar bones and created in scarlet red ink, the tattoo reads “stay strong and just breathe”.
The two symbols are salaam and houb which stand for peace and love.
Arabic tattoo on wrist that says “Al Salam”, meaning peace.
This woman got the words “One Life” inked behind her ears, in Arabic, after she was kidnapped two times.
Arm Arabic Tattoo
The Arabic script has an exquisite script and the tattoo design carved in it looks unique.
This elegant word in Arabic has been carved on the leg, just above the ankle.
Artistic Back Tattoo
The Arabic word inside the colorful rectangular block with beautiful embroidery means soul.
A person’s name inked in Arabic around his wrist, acting as an inspirattion for others.
Arabic alpahbets carved on the wrist which, most probably, together say “Dominique”.
This word stands for courage, in Arabic, the most needed trait to succeed in life.
My Son’s Name
The shoulder tattoo represents the name of the wearer’s son, inked in Arabic.
Left Hip Tattoo
This Arabic word stands for jealousy, which is the most negative feeling.
Arabic Trail On Ribs
The Arabic letters lying in a vertical fashion over the ribs look intriguing.
Arabic words, in bold font, look even more enticing with their curves and spots.
This is actually a Tibetan prayer flag. The lettering inside the embroidered mirror has an artistic display.
The woman has got the guardian angel lettering inked on his arm, in Arabic.
Karl In Arabic
The tattoo stands for Karl, the name of the wearer, who got it carved on his forearm.
Upper Back Tattoo
Traveller, inked in Arabic, on the upper back of this man has healed completely.
This Arabic tattoo, sitting on th edge of the foot, looks cool and attractive.
Shoulder Blade Tattoo
A small Arabic tattoo, placed on the shoulder blade, has a cute look.
This Arabic tattoo standing for butterfly has faded out but still looks nice.
Wrist tattoo, standing for peace, carved in Arabic.
The twin Arabic words, resting on inside of the forearm, are for Isabella and Sofia.
Arabic Style Writing
The girl has got an Arabic tattoo on her forearm for the sake of her love for the script.