The foxes have a variety of human characteristics that also apply to the fox tattoos, the meanings can be found below in the article.
The history of the fox tattoo
Quick Quiz – What comes to mind when you see or hear the word “fox”? Sex? Intelligence? A trickster? In human society, foxes represent all of these traits and more.
Like the coyote, the fox has a reputation for being a clever crook. The word “shenanigan (cunningly clever)” is adopted, comes from the Irish expression. The Doge people of Mali find Foxe to be clever crooks who have thrived remarkably in the harsh desert thanks to his intelligence. In the European context, it is no wonder why many of Aesop’s famous fables are associated with the mentally astute fox who is always able to turn any situation to his advantage.
For the Greeks, the Teumessian fox was so clever that the animal could never be caught. In the Middle Ages, Reineke Fuchs was a popular character in the stories of the children who spent his days around him. To this day, Reynard is still a childhood favorite for children across Europe. Judaism and Christianity refer to the fox himself. The fox was known for his wisdom and mental strength.
To the people of ancient Peru, the fox was a fierce warrior, not because of his physical strength, but because of his ability to control the mind. The fox is a symbol of psychological warfare and if one saw a fox it was believed that it was a sign that had mental strength to withstand any challenge. This idea is also seen throughout Finnish mythology.
The meaning of fox tattoos
- Sexuality and Fertility
- Deception and Tricks
- Wealth and Happiness
- Communication (messenger of the gods)
- Adaptability and keen survival instincts
- the devil (Christian faith)
Fox tattoo variations
Although fox tattoos can be depicted in a variety of sizes and colors, very rarely are the animal seen in a position of power. That’s because in many cultures, foxes are respected for their mental abilities and keen survival instincts.
Fuchs is a sign of your intellectual superiority; you never see these animals as those that tear tears, but as animals that are very good at tricking. Nine Fox Tattoos Of all the physical properties of a fox, the most valuable one is the tail. In fact, the root word from which the word “fox” is derived is from a Proto-Indo-European word PUK that was used to refer to the animal’s tail. Also the Welsh word for fox, llwynog, a tribute to the animal’s bushy tail.
In European folklore, the fox is symbolic of stealth, cunning and cunning. The red fox is primarily a symbol of sexual abilities (red is a symbolic color of the root chakra or primal energy). The red fox is also associated with the realm of the solar animals and carries meanings of: vitality, life, energy and health.
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