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Daffodil Symbolism And History


When it comes to flowers and flower tattoos, both can hold symbolic value. The beautiful daffodil is yet another example of symbolic flowers. Just as the flower, the daffodil tattoo can hold a variety of different meanings. Daffodils were traditionally yellow and white. Over the years, daffodils come in a variety of colors thanks to special breeding of the flower. In modern times, the daffodil can also be green, pink, orange, and red. Although the daffodil is mainly worn by women, men can also sport the tattoo. Due to this, daffodil tattoo designs can be designed in several different colors.








The daffodil flower has been symbolic to a variety of cultures throughout time. From life to death, the daffodil can reflect a wide range of meanings. Some cultures believed that the daffodil was a symbol of good luck and fortune. In Europe, if you saw the first daffodil bloom of the year, it would symbolize that you will have wealth and prosperity for the entire year. The daffodil is also a symbol of the Chinese New Year. It is believed that is you see a daffodil bloom on the New Year, you will be blessed with good fortune. The daffodil is also a symbol of Easter. However, in Greece, the daffodil was once a symbol of death. In modern times, the daffodil is a symbol of several cancer charities.









To many cultures, the daffodil is a symbol of spring. The daffodil is one of the first flowers that bloom. It is often a sign of the ending winter and the beginning of a new spring. Due to this, the daffodil is also a symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. The daffodil manages to make it through the harsh winter, only to bloom again and again in the spring. The daffodil tattoo can reflect on this meaning. It can represent someone that has went through hard times and hard luck, only to rise again. The daffodil tattoo can also symbolize someone wanting to start a new beginning or a new chapter in their life. Many of us can relate to what the daffodil represents, which makes it an inspirational and ideal tattoo. Many of us can find meaning in such a tattoo.









Since the daffodil has a traditional color of yellow hues, the daffodil can also be associated to the sun. This allows the daffodil to share attributes of the sun. In this regard, the daffodil can represent life, radiance, vitality, and energy. The daffodil tattoo can represent these same meanings. It is the perfect tattoo to represent one's life. The daffodil tattoo can also be used to symbolize the life of one you love, such as your children. One great idea would be to get a daffodil bloom with your child's name under the daffodil. Remember, all though the daffodil is usually yellow or white, your daffodil tattoo can be any color that you wish. Most of the daffodil tattoos in this article are different shades of yellow. Daffodil tattoos can also be red, orange, pink, yellow, and any other color. They can also be mixed with multi-colors.





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Daffodil Tattoo Meanings And Designs


Daffodil tattoo meanings can represent a variety of different meanings. When it comes to the daffodil tattoo, there are a variety of meanings associated to this flower symbol. The daffodil is a very positive flower symbol. Remember, in the end, your daffodil tattoo will symbolize what you want it too. The meanings below can be associated to your daffodil tattoo. In saying that, below are the meanings of the daffodil tattoo.





  • Trust
  • Friendship
  • New Beginning
  • Honesty
  • Forgiveness
  • Rebirth
  • Life
  • Energy
  • Forthrightness
  • Vitality
  • Radiance










The daffodil tattoo can come in a variety of different shapes, sizes, and colors. Daffodil tattoo designs are very versatile. If you are not sure about what design you want, there are many things that you can choose from. Daffodils can be designed in a single bloom or as a bouquet. Daffodil tattoos can also portray the daffodil with other flowers, such as a rose, lotus, lily, or orchid. Since daffodils can be designed small or large, they can be tattooed nearly anywhere on the body. They make for a great tattoo on the ankles, neck, sides, or back. With all the colors, designs, and variations, you should be able to find something that fits your personality and style.









Daffodil tattoo designs can also portray the daffodil with a variety of different elements and symbols. Since the daffodil is associated to the sun, music, and spring, it can be designed with a variety of different things. The daffodil has a bloom that looks like a trumpet, which gives it an association to music. The daffodil tattoo can be designed with music notes or instruments. Such designs can also portray stars and tattoo art. Since the daffodil is also associated to spring, it can be portrayed with flowers and animals. Daffodil tattoos can include butterflies, ladybugs, and hummingbirds. Daffodil tattoos that include these creatures can look stunning when done correctly. Overall, the daffodil can symbolize "happiness in life." In total, there are many things that you can do with daffodil tattoos. If you don't prefer the color, they can still look great in black ink. Just make sure you take the time to view all the different daffodil tattoo designs in this article. This will help give you ideas and inspiration for your daffodil tattoo or any tattoo that you are thinking about.








There are some important things that you should remember before you choose to get tattooed. Make sure that you take the time to research your tattoo. You want to make sure that you fully understand what your tattoo represents and stands for. You don't want to get a tattoo and find out later that it symbolizes something different from what you first thought. Don't rush to get inked! Most men and women that get a tattoo on an impulse usually have regrets about their tattoo later on down the road. Make sure this is what you want before you take that step. If you feel that the daffodil tattoo is not for you or you want to view more tattoos, please feel free to follow the links below. As always, thanks for your visit.




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Hyphenbird 4 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

I love daffodils and look forward to the first one in spring. These tattoos are gorgeous.


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Faith Reaper 4 years ago from southern USA

So beautiful, the colors are amazing in these tattoos!!! Love daffodils. In His Love, Faith Reaper


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Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

I like the simplicity of these sets of tattoos well done my friend voted awesome :)


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billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

Beautiful pictures.....so, how many tattoos do you have? Again, thanks for the education. I'll let you know if I ever decide to have one. LOL


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Alastar Packer 4 years ago from North Carolina

Okay lyric , please don't tell anyone AP checked these out lol. You know I try to be truthful commenting on the tat series; so, despite many of these being very pretty, there just doesn't seem to be a high level of artistry on some of them as compared to some of the other styles. What you think bro?


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

wow this one is gorgeous. i love this flower. and i think i might love this as a tattoo :)

@Bill..hehehe i love your question :)


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kj force 4 years ago from Florida

thelyricwriter..you sure have opened my eyes to ALL the tattoo's..never realized there was such an array of subjects, let alone choices...the research you have done is astounding. I know I have not commented on some, however..it's not because I don't want too..it's I don't have the time..but every hub you have done so far is awesome...I know you will accomplish your goal ..you have the passion !!!thumbs up !


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Gypsy Willow 4 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

The Daffodil is the national flower of Wales.


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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

I love the one with the bird, so beautiful. Your tattoo hubs are amazing.. Thank you for sharing your research. It is remarkable..Cheers..


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Rosemay50 4 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

I love daffodils, such a vibrant sunshiny colour, and the first sign that spring is on the way. Is there any wonder that the cancer charities have chosen it as their emblem, it is a flower for life and new beginings.

Awesome jbo Ricky, You put a lot of work into these hubs and it shows


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Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Another great bunch of tattoos. Sunny and colorful.


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teaches12345 4 years ago

These are pretty. Didn't think that flowers like this would be an option for tattoo lovers. You are really surprising me with the different types of tattoos out there.


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BeyondMax 4 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Beautiful tattoos as well as other flowers, reminds me of the warm sunshine. Ah, so uplifting!


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia Author

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Thank you all for taking the time to drop by and read this article on daffodil tattoos. Alastar, good question. The daffodil is simple in design. I really like the one style that has the seedings blowing. Other then that, there really isn't a lot behind the designs in this article. I like the yellow, but I would rather see yellow shading then coloring. KJ, thanks for a wonderful comment. Bill, I have over 200 articles on tattoos.


Jitendra 23 months ago

sweet little Daffodil Cupcake. a0I made a cake and then a tuirtoal on a cupcake. a0My caption on the Instagram photo was: Daffodil Cupcakes Done. a0Tutorial Done. Summoning

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    Richard Hale is a tattoo enthusiast who studies and researches tattoo symbolism, meanings and history.



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