20 Awesome Hebrew Tattoos Ideas

Hebrew is the symbol language for the original holy bible. It is considered very sacred and stylish too. Hebrew is very close to the Jews and has spread vastly to all the parts of the heavily networked world. The symbols and letters have become very popular amongst the new generation which has definitely passed on from the previous ones. Hebrew Tattoos are the recent in thing now.

Hebrew Tattoos get the beholder closer to the meaning of the holy book and makes him feel the presence of the almighty through smooth and tough times. The writing letters are also used by many to make up new words of their own choice as this looks more stylish if written in this language. Hebrew tattoos have become a style statement for many who love to experiment with new symbols and yet keep the main purpose up close to themselves. These tattoos fit in very elegantly and boldly in any part of the body and makes one appear more stylish and smart.

If you like this article, you might be interested in some of our other articles on Tattoos With Meaning, Christian Tattoos, Buddhist Tattoos, and Armband Tattoos.

One In Many Hebrew Tattoo

One In Many Hebrew Tattoo

One In A Million Hebrew Tattoo

My Hebrew Tattoo

My Hebrew Tattoo

A Hebrew Tattoo Very Close To Self

Amazing Hebrew Tattoo

Amazing Hebrew Tattoo

A Very Cool Hebrew Tattoo

Stylish Hebrew Tattoo

Stylish Hebrew Tattoo

A Hebrew Tattoo So Stylish

Hebrew On The Neck Tattoo

Hebrew On The Neck Tattoo

Hebrew Letters On the Back Neck

Strength Hebrew Tattoo

Strength Hebrew Tattoo

Tattoo Meaning Strength

Light Hebrew Tattoo

Light Hebrew Tattoo

A Faith In The Language

Mirror Hebrew Tattoo

Mirror Hebrew Tattoo

The Hebrew Symbol

Lettering Tattoo

Lettering Tattoo

A Hebrew Lettering Tattoo

Cross And Hebrew Letters Tattoo

Cross And Hebrew Letters Tattoo

Cross With The Hebrew Letters

Take The World Give Me Jesus

Take The World Give Me Jesus

Hebrew Meaning Take The World And Give Me Jesus

Many Hebrew Writings Tattoo

Many Hebrew Writings Tattoo

A Tattoo With Many Hebrew Writings

Deep Meaning Hebrew Tattoo

Deep Meaning Hebrew Tattoo

A Hebrew Tattoo With Deep Meaning

God Hebrew Tattoo

God Hebrew Tattoo

A Hebrew tattoo Meaning God

Be Still And Know I’m God Tattoo

Be Still And Know I'm God Tattoo

Hebrew Tattoo Meaning defined

Protected By God Hebrew Tattoo

Protected By God Hebrew Tattoo

Hebrew Tattoo Meaning Protected By God

Neck tattoo With Lotus

Neck tattoo With Lotus

A Tattoo On The Neck With Lotus

Different Hebrew Tattoo

Different Hebrew Tattoo

Old Hebrew Tattoo

Cool Hebrew Tattoo

Cool Hebrew Tattoo

Hebrew Tattoo That Looks Cool

Long Hebrew Tattoo

Long Hebrew Tattoo

A Long Meaning Hebrew Tattoo

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  • RTP

    Umm… It’s a sin to get a tattoo according to the Torah and the Bible.

    • Drew

      No its not

      • Dorin

        yes it is! :]

        • breese

          So is lying, smoking, drinking, having impure thoughts. But i’m sure you do none of those things right! Scriptural tattoos are a good way to share your faith with certain people. Do you think God is going to look down on you for that?

    • Renee

      No it isn’t. According to old testament/law it was because people were marking their bodies as a religious ceremony in honor of other (false) gods (Leviticus 19:29). We are no longer under the law. We are under grace. I have a tattoo with scripture, and I use it to honor God. Blessings!

  • Issy

    Coming from an observant Jew – it’s only “against the law” if it is a marking for the dead. Specifically marking ones body for the LORD was actually fairly common in biblical times. However marking ones body for the DEAD was forbidden to Jews.

  • nathan

    there are many “laws” in judaism, many made for ethical reasions, but some were made for jews to distinquish themselves from surrounding tribes of people; possible examples? kosher laws (i’ll use the no pork thing because thats usually the only one that gentiles know of) back in the day villages were much closer togther than now, and for jews living in a place with many religious beliefs they would want to gain something that would give them a sense of community, so they might make different laws, customs, or rituals to define themselves as a separate people, and pork was very prominant to many other tribes living in that area,so stray from pork and boom! people know where your loyalties lie. tattoos may also be the same. many pagan religions marked themselves with tatoos for whatever reasons, and judaism, the first monotheistic religion naturally would have some biases toward that part of the pagan culture, seeing it as an affront to the “one true god” who says make no graven image, christians know this too. but until the state of israel was formed jews just lived amongst everyone else. judaism is foremost a tribe of people (well 12 tribes- but whatever), not an ethnicity or even necesarally a religion. anyway there has been jews living all over the world, imursed (spell check?) in all the cultures of the world, so there is limited rules you have to live by-( except for what is commonly referred to as the ten comandments- that is a solid no…well the murder thing especially i think…) with that in mind, the jewish culture varies from place to place AND with the times! rules that applied then may not apply now! um hello! do i go and sacrifice cattle or sheep?! no! the temple no longer exsists, so again a no-no to jews . tattoos may now be in that obsolete law book. but i guess it all boils down to this if you dont want a tattoo or you want that #8 on the mcdonalds menu get it for g-d sakes! if you are still against them dont get them! we jews do not believe in heaven and hell as the christians and muslims do anyway, so it essentially dosnt matter to much, complete your mitzvah and die- thats the way of it- do good for the world while you can. tattoos dont make you a bad person, thats up to you!
    well im forgetting what my argument was about now after rambling, so im going to try and wrap it up…. leave what people do to their own bodies up to them, it has nothing to do with you. if you are scared that you friend or family member is going to hell, thats your thought. not theirs. like i said not everybody percieves things the same way. heaven and hell is something you may believe in but not everybody else does- leave it up to them to decide. shalom

    p.s. i dont have tattoos but that dosnt mean somene else shouldnt either.

  • alexandra

    hi i want a tattoo but i need some help with the translation to hebrew. can you help me pleasee???? the words i want are ” father , son , holy ghost” thank you!

    • Segev

      Hey, I’m Israelian, I’d gladly help you with the translation.
      Father, son, holy ghost = אבא, בן, רוח קדושה
      Your’e welcome ^^

      • Ariana

        Hey thea could some one please translate the “The Sandals of the Gospel of peace for me please as I want this for my Tattoo..Appreciate the help:)

      • Candice

        Hi Segev !
        I am so happy i found this website! I need help translating : God give me strength
        also you know of any reliable websites to find Hebrew prayers??

        • enbar

          hi Candice im an israelian i can help you…
          God אלוהים
          give תן
          me לי
          strength כוח

          you need to remember that we read from right to left
          good luck, in a Biblical font it could be Beautiful :)

          • enrique

            can you help me translate in hebrew ” to have faith is to be sure of the things we hope for??

            • Rona

              אמונה היא הביטחון בתקוותינו
              what i wrote above is “faith is our confidence (“sureness”) in our hopes” because it sounds a lot better in hebrew than the exact translation of what you wrote

              Rona – Lives in israel :)

      • james

        hi Segev…wondered if you could give me a hebrew or Aramaic writing translation for a tattoo?…the words are …”GOD IS GREAT AND THROUGH HIM I GO FORWARD ”…it would be a great help…thank you !!!

      • katherine

        Can you help me with a translation please!!!! If God with me, who againt me
        I would truly appreciate it.

        • Rona

          Didn’t quite understand what you wrote there – you meant “If God is with me, then there is no one who can stand up against me”?
          If yes, than – אם אלוהים עימי, אף אדם לא יכול לעמוד בפניי
          (or change “בפניי” with “בפנינו” if you want to say “no one can stand up against us”)
          (you can also change “עימי” with “איתי”, the one I wrote is in a higher language level)
          If you meant “If god is with me, who is against me?”
          Than the translation is “אם אלוהים עימי, מי נגדי?”

      • Paige

        Hey can u translate “Jason’s love forever” vertically please :)

        • Rona

          I’m obviously assuming you are a female, than the exact translation will be:
          “אהובתו של ג’ייסון לעד”

  • tanya

    the bible says alot of things. apparently different people take different scriptures and run with them while ignoring others.i dont think god would mind my tattoos when almost everyone fornicates once in awhile.

  • Jai

    The Amazing Hebrew Tattoo is very awesome but not the hebrew text but the tree in the back ground that makes it very awesome looking.

  • Luwain

    Hi. I am a catholic and I just wanted to know if it would be okay to get a bible verse translated in hebrew as a tattoo.

    • enbar

      what verse? from where?

    • Jai

      It is very possible Luwain. You just have to find someone who knows hebrew and English at the same time so that he can make the translation make it your tattoo. Great idea?

  • Heather

    Dec 17, 2011 I had a ruptured brain aneurysm. While I was in surgery (which the dr’s said I would’nt probably survive) God gave me the scripture Psalms 118:17. “For I will not die, but live and declare the good works of the Lord”
    I want a tatoo of that scripture in Hebrew but don’t know the translation or a pretty design to go with it. Any suggestions?

    • Rona

      For I will not die, but live and declare the good works of the Lord – “לא אמות, אלא אחיה ואעבוד את אלוהיי”
      Live in Israel and knows English really well.

  • Maria

    Hi can someone translate “be still” to me?

  • Kelli Jae

    Hi !
    Does anyone Know how to translate “El Shaddai” or
    “I Am Alive”
    This would be so much help! Thanks A lot!

    • Rona

      El Shaddai is another name to God, mostly when referred to as the God of furtility – Tranlsation is אל שדיי

      Elohim Tzvaot is His name when referred to as God of/at war – אלוהים צבאות

      I Am Alive – אני חי

  • Kelli Jae

    Also,
    is the ancient word ” El Shaddai”(God Almighty) too sacred to be tattooed?!!!

  • Kelli Jae

    Hi !
    I am fascinated by the Hebrew language,
    I really need help translating these words ” El Shaddai Strength I Am Alive”
    It would be very very helpful for me. Thanks!

  • Trish

    Hope you all take the time to verify the translations offered here. I’m sure they’re right, but how would you really know?

  • milton

    can somebody translate :im jewish in hebrew ? thanks

    • Rona

      i’m jewish – אני יהודי
      I am – אני
      Jewish – יהודי

      Rona (lives in israel)

  • Heidi

    Hi, ya’ll! I want to get a tattoo in Hebrew, something along the lines of “I am forgiven”, “Forgiven”, or “Redeemed”. Ideally a one word tattoo that can fit on my wrist. I’m scared to do it with just anyone, though, because I don’t want improper spelling or misinterpretation. Anyone know exactly how to spell any of the above?

  • Christie

    Can someone please provide Hebrew writing for “Yahweh is my Warrior”? He tells us this in Exodus 15:3. Thank you!

    • Rona

      Yahweh is my Warrior – אלוהים הוא הלוחם שלי

      I live in israel :)

      • Rona

        To be more precise – change אלוהים with יהוה
        אלוהים is god
        יהוה is Yahweh

  • Dene

    Hi, I’m looking for the word victory or deliverance in Hebrew. Thanks so much