Cherry Tattoos And Meanings-Cherry Tattoo Ideas And Designs

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Cherry Tattoos And Cherry Tattoo Designs


Cherry tattoos can be designed in several different ways. Cherry tattoos are also very symbolic, representing sexuality and femininity. The cherry has been a longtime symbol of a woman and her characteristics, emotionally and sexually. Cherry tattoos are usually associated with a woman's sexuality. The cherry has also been a symbol of fashion and beauty. When women tan, they often choose a cherry design to place on their stomach or groin area. Cherries are placed in all sorts of clothing as well. The cherry tattoo is seen as a sexy tattoo design because its link and association with virginity.









The cherry has a rich symbolic history. There are actually over 400 different types and varieties of cherries across the world. Cherries are actually one of the oldest fruits to be cultivated. Cherries are grown from May to August. The best cherries to get are the ones that are still on the stem. The cherries on the stem are the ripest. Cherries are very good for you and have a lot of nutritional benefits. Cherries provide fiber, iron, foliate, potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin E.












Cherry tattoos can be designed with Japanese tattoo symbols. When we look back in history, we find that cherries were very significant to a few different cultures, none more then Japan. Cherries, cherry blossoms, and cherry wood are all significant to the Japanese. Cherries have been portrayed in Japanese art and as emblems and symbols. Samurai warriors from Japan use to use cherry blossoms and cherries as a decorative symbol to show their readiness to die. All three were significant to the Japanese culture. It's not uncommon to see samurai tattoo designs with cherries.









Cherry tattoos may also portray the cherry with symbols associated to Christianity. The cherry has also been associated to Christians and Christianity as well. Early Christians and Christians today view cherries as the "Fruit of Paradise". You can also find cherries depicted in early Christian art. One early painting shows baby Jesus holding cherries. This reflects on his purity and innocence. Christian tattoo designs can portray cherries, but it's not that common.









Cherry tattoo designs may portray the cherry alone or with symbols associated to the cherry. When we look at the design of the cherry tattoo, we find that the design is very important to understanding the overall meaning of the tattoo design. There are a few different designs that bring symbolic meaning to the wearer. When a cherry tattoo is still on the stem, it symbolizes youth. A cherry tattoo design that is covered in whip cream or chocolate symbolizes playful and sexuality. A burning cherry tattoo symbolizes deep desire and passion. The flames on the tattoo represent the passion. A tattoos of cherries that are removed from the stem or tree represents the loss of innocence or loss of virginity.









Cherries are portrayed in a variety of different ways as a tattoo. Cherry tattoo designs come in several different variations and styles. A cute design that can portray innocence is cupcake tattoo designs with a cherry on top. These tattoos can be done in a variety of different colors and sizes. Some people may choose a cherry pie tattoo with whip cream and a cherry on top. You may also see cherry tattoos portrayed with "sweetness" and "innocent" in writing. There are so many ways to portray the cherry tattoo. This gives you plenty of options if you are considering the cherry tattoo, for the wearer and tattoo artist.









Cherry tattoos are not always chosen for their symbolic meaning. Some people choose the cherry tattoo because it makes for a beautiful tattoo. Cherries are seen as a cute looking symbol. Cherries have been portrayed in fashion for many years. You may want to choose the cherry tattoo for decorative reasons. Remember, in the end, your cherry tattoo design represents what you want it too.









Although most cherry tattoos are red in color, many people choose to get such cherry colors as green, blue, yellow, white, or black. Many people may not know, but cherries do come in a variety of such colors. Many tattoo artist have put their own creative twist on the cherry tattoo. Make sure you look at all possible cherry tattoo designs before you make your choice. The cherry tattoo will never shake its association to sexuality. This is something you may want to think about. Sexuality usually comes to mind first when someone sees a cherry tattoo.









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Cherry Tattoo Meanings



Cherry tattoo meanings can symbolize a variety of different things. The cherry tattoo is very symbolic and has a variety of different meanings. Although the cherry most commonly is associated to sexuality and virginity, there are more meanings that don't represent the sexual nature. Below, the meanings behind the cherry tattoo.









  • Love
  • Innocence
  • Chastity
  • Virtue
  • Virginity
  • Sexuality
  • Willing
  • Sweet
  • Freshness
  • Youth
  • Kindness
  • Success
  • Dreams
  • Goodness
  • Purity
  • Morality







When it comes to the cherry tattoo, one thing will always remain the same. The cherry tattoo will always be linked to virginity and sexuality. This is an example why it is so important to understand what your tattoo represents and symbolizes. It has been this way for a long time, but this doesn't always have to be negative.









On the other hand, the cherry tattoo has many positive meanings as well. Cherry tattoos have been a longtime symbol of a successful relationship. Even though men rarely get cherry tattoo designs, you may see couples choosing matching cherry tattoos. In most cases though, the female may get a cherry tattoo and place their partner's name in the tattoo design on a ribbon or inked outside of the cherry design.









For anyone that has tasted a cherry, we know that the cherry is sweet. "Sweetness" also refers to one meaning of the cherry tattoo. Many cherry tattoos have sweet related phrases in the tattoo design. These tattoos have a cherry as the design and it also says "sweet" or "delicious". This can also refer to "innocence".









Since the cherry tattoo is sexual in nature, this cherry tattoo is often placed in sexual places. Many women will get the cherry as hip tattoo designs, butt, or in the groin area. For other women, the cherry tattoos are also inked as stomach tattoo designs, ankles, neck, sides, or lower back. Cherry tattoo designs come in a variety of different sizes, some decent size and some small. For women who are skeptical about a tattoo, a small cherry tattoo is a great idea. A smaller tattoo is not as visible and it doesn't hurt as much either.









Before you choose a final tattoo design, cherry design or not, please make sure you take the time to research all possible styles, designs, and meanings. Most people would like to choose a tattoo that is unique to them or their personality. Many people rush and get a tattoo, then they end up regretting it later on down the road. Make sure you take your time and make sure you like what you are choosing. If you feel the cherry tattoo is not for you and you would like to look at some more tattoo designs and styles, be sure to check out the links below. As always, thanks for visiting. If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments on cherry tattoo designs or any other tattoo, please leave a comment below. We appreciate your time and visits, be sure to view more tattoo articles below.

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dinkan53 4 years ago from India

Well presented hub with beautiful photographs. The cherry tattoo is just cute and excellent. Voted up, beautiful and interesting.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Love those cherries can just smell and taste them now! As tattoos they look great.


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia Author

*Dinkan, thanks for taking the time to drop by and check out this article. Appreciate your time, comment, and votes. Take care.

*Gypsy, it is always great to have your input. I believe cherries are a great tattoo choice for a woman. They are cute and easy on the eye.


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Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

Cherries are simple and nice great hub :)


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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

Cherry tattoos are beautiful, esp. on the foot..Thank you.Loved your presentation and history..


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia Author

*Frank, always good to see you. A very simple design that is small and cute. Perfect for a woman. Thanks and take care.

*AE, always a pleasure to have you come by. They really do make a great ankle tattoo. It is simple, but yet erotic in a sense. Best wishes.


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Klingonkorra 4 years ago

Me and my ex-boyfriend got ourselves a pair of cherry tattoos in a Rockabilly music festival in England... yes, I said ex. He found himself a 17 year old girl to screw me over with. But the cherry tattoos remain.. and they┬┤re so big that they could be apples, not cherries. But I have one question, our cherries' design has a crown on top of the stem, any idea what that could symbolize?


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia Author

Klingonkorra, great to hear from you again! That sucks. Great question. The crown is a symbol of royalty, wealth, authority, strength, and power. The crown is one of those tattoos that can work in many different ways. The crown tattoo can also represent Jesus, God, Christianity. The lion tattoo may also appear with a crown. Cherries with a crown, I would think it would be a symbol of feminine power. The cherry symbolizes femininity, sexuality, ect. That would be my guess. Now, your tattoo is much closer to the right meaning, it is his loss:)

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