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🔗 Hebrew tattoos
✅ Hebrew foot tattoo meaning “Boundless Grace”
The craze for Hebrew tattoos is driven by the rising popularity of the language’s symbolism for movie stars and other celebrities. As such, Hebrew tattoos have gained notoriety over the last few years, in trend with other tattoo art, thanks in no small part to figures like Victoria Beckham, Madonna, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
For some, a Hebrew tattoo can express a deep spiritual connection – whether for love, faith, or courage. For others, however, especially for those of a more Orthodox nature, Hebrew is a sacred language.
The old guard frowns upon tattooing some words in Hebrew anywhere in the body (in fact, Leviticus 19:28 says, “You shall not make cuts in your body…nor make any tattoo marks on yourselves: I am the LORD.”). As forbidding as the scripture might sound, Hebrew tattoos are still highly sought-after.
In order to have a true Hebrew tattoo, one must refer to the Hebrew script. Hebrew is a very elegant, pictorial language, what makes the Hebrew script perfect for tattoos. Here is the alphabet (it has some very similar letters):